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How to Install pCloud on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to install and use pCloud on Ubuntu. Follow our tutorial to install pCloud and learn how to use it through beginner-friendly instructions.

How to Find a File in Linux

How to Find a File in Linux

In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to find a file in Linux. This tutorial will focus on the command-line way of finding a file. You can of course just use the Search option in your GUI to find a file visually.

How to install LibreOffice on Ubuntu

How to Install LibreOffice on Ubuntu

This is a step-by-step tutorial, for those who would like to try or use LibreOffice which is a great Microsoft Office-compatible tool for writing text, creating spreadsheets, making presentations, managing databases, etc. It’s a full office suite, similar to MS Office. While it has its own Open Document format (.odt), […]

Ubuntu 24.04

Ubuntu 24.04: Release Date, New Features to Expect & More

Ubuntu 24.04 is the 10th LTS release of Ubuntu. On this page, we’ll list all the available and known details about Ubuntu 24.04 – release date, new features, what to expect from the new release, and more. We’ll keep updating this page as new info comes in. Make sure to […]

How to Install and Use Adobe Photoshop on Ubuntu

How to Install and Use Adobe Photoshop on Ubuntu

This article will shortly describe how to install Adobe Photoshop on Ubuntu Linux in several ways, in the Wine – Windows compatibility layer, and it will also provide a guide on how to install Wine. This article assumes a basic understanding of Ubuntu Linux.

Best Cloud Storage Services for Linux

Best Cloud Storage Services for Linux

In this guide, we’ll compare the best cloud storage services for Linux. All cloud storage providers featured here have client apps and support available for Linux. All providers featured here are generally considered to be good and reputable providers with positive reviews.

Linux History: a Look Back at 3 Decades of Linux (Infographic)

So, here’s the history of Linux in written form: 1991 August – the Linux kernel is announced Linus Torvalds, 21 years old at the time, announced that he is developing Linux. Here’s the famous email where he announced Linux: Hello everybody out there using minix – I’m doing a (free) […]