KDE has released Frameworks 5.61 and, among other novelties, it comes with the necessary patches to solve the vulnerability discovered in Plasma.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Mark Text 0.15.0. This is another Markdown editor for Ubuntu with interesting features.
In this article we show you how to recursively delete a file type from a folder or directory and all its subdirectories.
UBports continues to improve Ubuntu Touch, but asks us for help so that everyone with a compatible device can try what they are preparing.
The developers of the theme for Ubuntu Yaru assure that the theme will undergo important changes that we can enjoy in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
Kubuntu has published a short guide to installing patches to fix the recently discovered Plasma security flaw.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS, an update that includes enhancements such as the Linux 5.0 kernel that inherits from Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo.
In the next article we are going to take a look at DBeaver. This client will allow us to work with different types of databases easily.
The Document Foundation has released LibreOffice 6.3, the third major update in Series 6, introducing new features and general enhancements.
KDE has already fixed the Plasma security flaw. Patch now available in KDE neon and soon in the official repositories
KDE Community has been in a hurry and within a day of finding out, they have released several patches to fix the Plasma security flaw.
Canonical has confirmed that Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine will include experimental support for the ZFS file system as root.
A "new Specter" has been discovered affecting modern Intel processors, but Linux users are less vulnerable.
Franz adds an important improvement in its latest version: add custom websites ... but it's not free
Franz 5.2.0 added a long awaited feature: it now allows us to add custom web services. Has it become the ultimate messaging app?
They have found a vulnerability in Plasma, but KDE is already working on it. For now, this you should avoid
A vulnerability has been discovered in the Plasma graphical environment, but KDE is already working on it and offers us a workaround.
After eight months of development, FFmpeg 4.2 "Ada" is here and comes with important new features such as support for the AV1 decoder.
Project GNOME has released the first beta of GNOME 3.34, the version coming to Ubuntu 19.10. We tell you all its news.
In the following article we are going to take a look at Drawing, a good alternative to Microsoft Paint for Windows to use in Ubuntu.
A few hours ago we published an article in which we explained how to convert one audio file to another ...
In this article we will teach you some commands that will allow you to convert audio to other formats with FFmpeg without installing extra software.
Linux 5.3-rc3 has been released in a very quiet week, a surprise after the previous week with such a large Release Candidate.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install the trial version of the DataGrip IDE for databases using snap or flatpak
KDE Usability & Productivity, week 82 shows us very important functions ... that they do not mention
KDE Usability & Productivity week 82 tells us that Plasma 5.17 will be a major release with interesting improvements
Clement Lefebvre has posted the correct and official way to upgrade to Linux Mint 19.2 from a previous version. We explain it to you.
Tauon Music Box is a simple and feature-packed player that, after months in development, has reached its first stable version.
Canonical has released a kernel update for Ubuntu 19.04 that is extended to Ubuntu 18.04 if it has Linux 5.0.x installed.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Jumpaï. It is a creative platform video game that is different from the rest.
As promised by its lead developer, Linux Mint 19.2 "Tina" is now available in Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce graphical environments.
Xfce 4.14pre3 is now available, the latest preliminary version before the official release of Xfce 4.14, a version that has been in development for 4 years.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install Sweet Home 3D 6.2 on our Ubuntu using the corresponding snap package.
Following the release of Linux 5.1.21, the series reaches the end of its life cycle. Time to upgrade to Linux 5.2
Linux 5.1.21 is now available, which is the latest version in this series. It is recommended to update to Linux 5.2 as soon as possible.
UBports has confirmed that it works on OTA-10 for Ubuntu Touch, the mobile operating system that Canonical discontinued a while ago.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install the Angular CLI and how we can create a basic application with Angular.
Google has released Chrome 76, a new version of its web browser that comes with new support for dark mode of web pages.
Blender 2.80 is now available, a new version that includes a lot of interesting news such as Eevee or new tools.
Plasma 5.16.4 is now available, which coincides with the fourth maintenance release in this series. It comes to fix known bugs.
Because beans are cooked in every house, Debian has released new versions of the kernel that correct security flaws in its last three versions.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Rainbow Stream. Thanks to this utility we can use Twitter from the Ubuntu terminal.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.3-rc2 and it is very big, but it is what was expected considering how big the previous version was.
After Ubuntu 19.04 and Ubuntu 18.04, Canonical has released a kernel update for Ubuntu 16.04 to fix six bugs.
Week 81 of KDE Usability & Productivity tells us about many exciting changes, including many improvements to the user interface.
In the next article we are going to take a look at a couple of ways for the user to enlarge screen areas of the Ubuntu desktop.
KDE Community has released screenshots of Plasma Mobile on a Nexus 5X that show that they are progressing by leaps and bounds.
Mozilla has released Firefox 68.0.1, a maintenance release that fixes only 4 bugs and adds another change on macOS devices.
We don't know if it has something to do with the recently released bug, but Ubuntu VideoLan has finally released VLC 126.96.36.199 in their repositories.
Oracle has released Virtualbox 6.0.10, a new version that comes with the main novelty of support for UEFI Secure Boot.
Now available GNOME 3.33.4, the latest version before the release of GNOME 3.34, the version that will include Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine.
A critical vulnerability has recently been discovered in VLC that allows remote actions on our computers, but is it real?
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can easily enable USB in VirtualBox in Ubuntu.
Interesting novelty in Firefox 70: it will suggest strong passwords at the moment we go to register on a web page.
Update: Canonical has released a new version of the kernel to correct four vulnerabilities of medium urgency
Canonical has released new kernel versions for all supported Ubuntu versions to fix a medium urgency bug.
Firefox 70 will continue working for our protection and one of its new functions will be reports in which we will see how it protects us.
Support for the keyboard / trackpad of the MacBook and other novelties that will arrive with Linux 5.3, already in development
The development phase of Linux 5.3 has already started. In this article we will tell you all the news that the next version of the Linux kernel will include.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.3-rc1 and, considering its size, we can think that we are close to a major release.
In this article we will tell you about the differences and similarities between KDE neon and Kubuntu, two operating systems that seem separated brothers at birth.
We've been in KDE Usability & Productivity for 80 weeks now, the initiative that makes Plasma, Desktop, and Frameworks so special.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Arachni. This is a framework to perform security checks on our web applications.
In the next article we are going to take a look at cheat.sh. This is a tool with which we can obtain documentation for commands or codes.
In this article we will teach you how to change the font type and its size in the Ubuntu terminal so that you have it just how you want it.
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine will include a new feature that will make the startup of the operating system look more fluid and without flashes.
KDE Community has released the first beta of KDE Applications 19.08 and in this article we show you the best way to test them.
The first important details of Linux 5.3 are known, and that version of the kernel will include support for Intel Speed Select technology (ISS)
Ubuntu 19.10 "Eoan Ermine" already uses the latest version of the kernel, a Linux 5.2 whose official release took place on July 7th.
In this article we explain how to create a Debian 10 "Buster" USB Bootable from the terminal to run a Live Session or install the system.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Ninslash. It is a fast-paced, open-source, multiplatform 2D game.
Foliate 1.5.0 has come with important news in the form of support: it is now possible to read the formats compatible with the Amazon Kindle.
The famous RetroArch emulator will arrive on Steam this July 30 and will allow us to play the classics from any compatible device.
Week 79 of KDE Usability & Productivity arrives with interesting news and they continue to prepare the Night Color function, the KDE Night Light.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can run root commands without running sudo on the command.
In this article we explain everything you need to know about Ubuntu repositories, both official and unofficial.
Stunt Rally is a fun rally racing game with stunt elements (like jumps, loops, ramps and pipes) ...
Ubuntu's Weather app, also known as GNOME Weather, will be redesigned and will add new features in the near future.
KDE Community has released Kdenlive 19.04.3, a new version that comes to fix more bugs than those introduced in the version released in April.
All versions of Ubuntu LTS and its derivatives can already use the NVIDIA graphics drivers from the beginning or "out of the box".
Mozilla has released Firefox 69.0 beta and, from what we read in their list of news, Linux users should not expect major changes.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Cloaker. This software will allow us to encrypt files very easily.
KDE Community has released KDE Applications 19.04.3, the new versions of its applications that are already available in its Backports repository.
The KDE Community has released Plasma 5.16.3, the third maintenance release in this series that comes with minor fixes and modifications.
In this article we show you how to activate the new PiP (Picture in Picture) mode in Firefox 68 to watch videos in floating windows.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Tusk. This is a free application that will allow us to work with Evernote from Gnu / Linux.
Mozilla has released Firefox 68, a relatively major new release that enables WebRender on more Windows computers.
Would you pay $ / € 5 per month to browse ad-free with Firefox? This will be a possibility of Firefox Premium
Mozilla has told us about Firefox Premium, a service full of advantages that will greatly improve the user experience on the web.
Lubuntu has opened a thread so that anyone interested can submit their images for the Eoan Ermine wallpaper contest.
Although not the most anticipated, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.2, the last major update to the Linux kernel.
In week 78 of KDE Usability & Productivity they tell us about upcoming releases, such as the "Split" function of the Konsole app.
Project Debian has been pleased to announce Debian 10, codenamed "Buster". We tell you the news of the latest version of the father of Ubuntu.
In the next article we are going to take a look at TermRecord. This application will allow us to easily record and share our terminal session.
LibreOffice 6.2.5 is now available, the fifth maintenance update in the 6.2 series, which is now recommended for its stability.
Reminder: Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish will reach the end of its life cycle on July 18. What to do now?
In this article we explain what to do as of July 18, the date on which Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish will reach the end of its life cycle.
If your Virtualbox virtual machine has stopped working, here we offer you a possible solution to recover it without losing anything.
Xbacklight is a small tool that allows us to control the brightness of the screen from the console. Its use is very simple.
In the next article we are going to take a look at TupiTube. It is a simple to use 2D animation program for all audiences.
We can now test Debian 10 Buster from its test ISO images. The final version will be released on July 6.
Like every year, Canonical has started a wallpaper contest whose winners will appear in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine.
In this article we are going to take a look at ToonTown Rewritten, a game for the whole family that we can install through its snap package in Ubuntu.
He said there would be no release this week, but Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.2-rc7, a new Release Candidate.
Week 77 of KDE Usability & Productivity tells us about what is to come, but also about many things that have already arrived in Plasma.
Canonical has also released new kernel versions for Ubuntu 18.10, Ubuntu 18.04, and Ubuntu 16.04 to fix security flaws.
In the next article we are going to take a look at FreeMind. This software written in Java will allow us to create mental or concept maps in Ubuntu.
Canonical has released a new version of the Ubuntu kernel to fix up to three recently discovered security flaws.
Konsole will allow you to run multiple instances of the terminal in the same window thanks to a function they are working on.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Solvespace. This is another parametric 2D and 3D CAD program for our Ubuntu system.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Boxy SVG. We will be able to install this SVG editor in Ubuntu through its snap package.
If you are looking for a dark theme for your Ubuntu operating system, StarLabs Theme has everything you need to become your default option.
In this article we are going to take a look at Drawpile 2.1.11. New version of the drawing program in which we can separate the chat in a new window.
Canonical has stepped up and published an information note saying that Ubuntu 19.10 will be compatible with 32bit applications. End of the soap opera?
In the next article we are going to take a look at Godot Gamem Engine. This is a game engine with which we can create 2D and 3D games from Ubuntu.
Canonical has re-released Ubuntu kernel updates to fix security flaws, and they already have several. What's going on?
Now Canonical says it is not abandoning 32-bit support. So what did you say you would ditch Ubuntu with the release of Eoan Ermine?
Linux 5.2-rc6 is the first Release Candidate where problems have appeared. We explain everything Linus Torvalds said about it.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Pick. This is a history color picker for use in Ubuntu.
KDE Usability & Productivity week 76 confirms that Night Color is also coming to X11. It is currently available for Wayland.
In this article we are going to take a look at Cylon-deb. This is a script that will help us to maintain Ubuntu 18.04 from the terminal
Snap packages offer us the possibility of parallel installations of the same packages. Here we tell you everything you need to know.
Canonical has released Live Patch kernel patches for Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 to fix several recently discovered security flaws.
In this article we are going to take a look at Wing Python 7. A great free IDE for code development available as a snap package.
It's official: OpenMandriva 4.0 has officially arrived. It has been in development for two years and includes many exciting new features.
Canonical released new versions of the Ubuntu kernel yesterday to fix various security flaws found in previous versions.
Firefox 67.0.3 has been released and it is recommended to update as soon as possible because it fixes a serious security flaw.
It has already been confirmed: starting with Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine, Canonical abandons support for the i386 architecture, that is, the 32bits.
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine will have a new APT command available: apt satisfy. In this article we explain what you can do with it.
KDE Community has released Plasma 5.16.1, the first of five maintenance releases of the 5.16 series released just a week ago.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Curseradio. This is an interface for the terminal with which we can reproduce OPML directories
Shotcut 19.06 is now available and includes so many improvements that it makes us think that they want to become the alternative to Kdenlive.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.2-rc5 and tells us about his upcoming trips. Is it good so much tranquility weeks after the official launch?
KDE Frameworks 5.59 is now available, adding reliability and performance improvements to the Plasma graphical environment used by, for example, Kubuntu.
KDE Usability & Productivity week 75 is not as exciting as previous weeks, but there are some noteworthy changes.
Ubuntu developers are testing to pass Chromium from DEB packages to Snap. Will this be the first of many transitions?
In the next article we are going to take a look at Luminance HDR 2.6.0. A new version of this software to work with HDR and LDR images.
There is already a scheduled release date for Debian 10: July 6. Here we tell you the most outstanding news that will arrive with "Buster".
KDE Applications 19.04.2 follows in the footsteps of Plasma 5.16: now available in the Backports repository
KDE Applications 19.04.2 Now Available! Download the new versions and enjoy all the news. We tell you how to do it.
The Snaps package store, the desktop Snap Store now shows packages that will go well with the Linux distribution we are using.
In this article we are going to take a look at different Rambox installation options. An all-in-one email and messaging app.
Mozilla will make Firefox a service brand and no longer stay just one browser. Here you can see their next logo.
KDE Plasma 5.16 is out now and comes with many changes. One of them is related to the management of virtual desktops.
Firefox 67.0.2, now available this minor update that comes mainly to correct errors, one present in macOS Catalina.
Plasma 5.16 now available! The new version comes with many important changes and here we mention the most outstanding ones.
OpenTodoList is the best option to write down what we have to do if we want to use open source software. Also available on Linux.
More details on the future of the Linux kernel reveal that Linux 5.3 will come with support for HDR metadata in the AMDGPU driver.
In this article we are going to take a look at StreamTuner 2. This software will allow you to access your favorite radio stations over the internet.
Tranquillity. Just because its release was early does not mean that Linux 5.2-rc4 has to fix serious bugs. It is only for an agenda item.
Background is an application available on Flathub that will allow us to find all kinds of wallpapers for our Ubuntu PC and other systems.
KDE Community has opened a page where we can deliver our suggestions to you. Do you have an idea? Send it to him!
Week 74 of KDE Productivity & Usability presents us with a little step back, depending on how you look at it, between so many advances. Find out what it is about.
In the next article we are going to take a look at MuseScore 3.1. We will find this version of the score creator available as .AppImage.
In this article we talk about Chrome Canary, a preliminary version of Google's web browser with which you will test what is to come.
After almost two years of development, the release of the new version of the lightweight IceWM 1.5.5 window manager has been announced ...
Now available GNOME Boxes 3.32.1, a version that arrives full of news, but without correcting a very annoying bug when opening some ISOs.
The KDE Usability & Productivity initiative has been running for almost two years. Here we show you everything they have achieved since its launch.
Ubuntu MATE 19.10 Eoan Ermine will no longer offer VLC as the default player. It will go to one that is better in your environment: GNOME MPV.
In March, Google announced Google Stadia, a streaming video game platform that we could play practically anywhere ...
In the next article we are going to take a look at the dark mod. A first-person game about a Thief-style thief.
Canonical has released kernel updates for Ubuntu and all of its official flavors. In this article we tell you what they solve.
KDE Community has released a new version of its website for KDE Applications. Now it is better organized and offers more information.
Firefox 67.0.1 will activate the anti-tracking and anti-cryptocurrency options by default so that we can navigate with greater security and peace of mind.
Google has released Chrome 75, a minor update to its web browser that comes to correct a total of 42 security flaws.
LibreOffice 6.3 will put one more nail in the grave of 32-bit systems by abandoning support for operating systems that use it.
Linux 5.0.21, the latest maintenance release for the Linux kernel 5.0 series, was released today. Update now or upgrade to v5.1.7.
In the following article we are going to take a look at some basic concepts and options of the date command, with which we can handle dating in Ubuntu.
From the looks of it, the relationship between GNOME and NVIDIA will be more of love than hate thanks to the changes that are coming soon.
In this article we show you how to make a terminal process run in the background and check how it goes at any time.
Linux Torvalds says the Linux 5.2-rc3 week has been too quiet when it should be busiest. Why?
In this week, Usability and Productivity of KDE told us about interesting news. Enter and find out about everything that will come to the KDE world.
In this article we show you how to draw arrows in GIMP, the most popular Free image editor among the Linux community.
As many of us expect, Antergos will not die. Endeavor is the name of the operating system that will continue with the project for this Arch Linux-based system.
In case you ever need it, in this article we show you how to install Red Hat / CentOS RPM packages on Ubuntu and its derivatives.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Fast. This is a script to test the download speed of our connection from the terminal.
Dell has launched three new computers in the Dell Precision range with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver operating system. Find out everything here.
In this article we show you the simple process to block crypto mining and fingerprinting in the latest versions of Firefox.
The Snap Store is available as a Snap package. In this article we show you how to install and enjoy it on your Linux operating system.
In this article we talk about the different Kubuntu or Kubuntu Panel panels. There are three different alternatives. What is the one you like?
In the next article we are going to take a look at Chob. This is an application for the terminal from which we can search on different platforms.
Linux 5.2 will come with important changes for users who own Logitech hardware, especially when it comes to wireless devices.
Krita 4.2.0 has been released! ... or at least its release has been announced. Everything is ready and its launch is imminent.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Arronax. This is an application with which we can create .desktop files for Ubuntu.
In this article we explain how to force the activation of WebRender in Firefox 67+, as long as it has not already been activated remotely.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Sox. This application will allow us to play our mp3s from the terminal
Insync 3 beta is now available for testing and includes the ability to integrate Linux with OneDrive as a major novelty.
GNOME 3.34 continues its development and now allows you to choose new custom wallpapers. Trial version 3.33.2 is now available.
In this article we talk about some very interesting things coming to the KDE world, which includes Plasma and KDE Applications.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Vokoscreen. This simple program will allow us to record videos of our screens in Ubuntu.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install Google Earth Pro on Ubuntu 19.04 in a simple way.
In this article we tell you everything you need to know about the NetBeans free integrated development environment, as well as how to install it on Ubuntu.
KDE Community has released Elisa 0.4.0, a new version that introduces improvements to the user interface by displaying items in the grid view.
Kali Linux 2019.2 has been officially released, with many improvements such as Linux kernel 4.19.28 and improved support for ARM.
LibreOffice 6.2.4 is now available for download and installation from its website. Corrects more than a hundred known errors.
One of the coolest new features in the Windows 2019 May 10 Update is Windows Sandbox, something I'd like to see in Ubuntu.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can take screenshots using keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu.
In this article we show you the different ways to restart or shut down a Linux PC from the terminal. There are some that interest you.
In this article we tell you all the good and bad of AppImage packages that rival Canonical's Snap and Flatpak.
In this article we explain how to check if we have activated the new rendering engine of Firefox 67 WebRender in Linux.
In this article we will talk about the similarities and differences between the update, upgrade and dist-upgrade commands, as well as a fourth option.
Today comes Firefox 67, a version that will include WebRender technology that will make the browser faster and more fluid than previous versions.
In the next article we are going to take a look at gEDA. These are a set of tools for electronic design from Ubuntu.
Do you have pending Plasma updates that won't go away? In this article we explain a possible problem and its solution.
In this article we show you how to copy and paste with the keyboard shortcut in the terminal, as well as other interesting shortcuts.
The next version of Okular, the KDE document viewer, will allow us to add arrows to our annotations, among other new features.
In the next article we are going to take a look at pdftotext. This utility will help us extract the text from a pdf and save it in a TXT file.
In this article we show you how to add a fully functional trash can to the Ubuntu 18.04 dock. The icon can be added in Disco Dingo.
In this article we will teach you how to remove the icons from the HOME folder and the trash in Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo to have a clean desktop.
Freedoom is a game designed for those who played Doom a couple of decades ago. If you are one of them, you cannot miss it.
KDE Community has released the Plasma 5.16 beta. In this article we tell you the most interesting news that will arrive in a month.
In this article we explain the process to activate the Canonical LivePatch in Ubuntu 19.04 ... for when the option is activated.
In this article we will talk about Steam Link and how to play your Steam library on your compatible mobile, tablet or Smart TV.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how you can get the geographic location of our server's IP from the terminal.
Do you want to use Windows applications on Linux? Robolinux is a whole Debian-based operating system that will make things much easier for you.
GNOME is working on several options to improve the notification center of its graphical environment and they could soon be coming to Ubuntu.
Oracle has released Virtualbox 6.0.8 with the most outstanding novelty that shared folders can be used with the Linux kernel 3.16.35
Canonical has released new versions of the Linux Kernel to address several recently discovered vulnerabilities.
In the following article we are going to take a look at 3 image viewers to use from the Ubuntu terminal and be able to see our images.
In this article we will teach you some tricks to be able to install the latest version of KDE Plasma in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver.
In this article we explain how to completely remove a Snap package, a Flatpak or an AppImage so that there is no residue on your operating system.
We can now download ExTiX 19.5, which they call "the definitive operating system". Here we will tell you all its news, as it comes with Linux 5.1.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Olive. This is an open source non-linear video editor for our Ubuntu.
KDE Applications 19.04.1 is now available. In this article we will tell you when you can update and how to do it in the best way.
In this article we will show you how to install Virtualbox Guest Additions in Ubuntu so that your virtual machine is perfect.
In the following article we are going to take a look at some ways to check from the terminal if a given package is installed on our Ubuntu.
In this article we will show you three different ways to save the output of a command so you can share it later.
Kdenlive 19.04 in its APT version will not be updated until the official repositories accept a new dependency. We explain why.
Kdenlive 19.04.1 is now available for download and installation. Does this mean that KDE Applications are coming to Kubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo soon?
KDE Community tells us how the notification system will be in Plasma 5.16 and they will be spectacular. Find out everything here.
In this article we will teach you how to create virtual machines of any operating system in GNOME Boxes, the proposal of Project GNOME.
In this article we will teach you how to create a virtual machine with the paid software VMware Workstation, available for Linux and Windows.
In this post I will tell you the reasons why I am disappointed with Flatpak packages, a type of next generation package.
OTA-9 for Ubuntu Touch, Canonical's discontinued mobile operating system, has been released and introduces a new user interface.
In this article we will show you how to install Microsoft Windows 10 in a virtual machine running inside Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Midnightmare Teddy. This is a shooting game available on flathub.
Project GNOME has released GNOME 3.32.2, the second and final update in this series, to fix bugs and add reliability.
In this post we show you how to install a complete Ubuntu (or derived distribution) on a pendrive step by step and with total safety.
Vivaldi 2.5 is available now and is the world's first desktop web browser to integrate Razer Chroma technology.
The latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 8, is now available. We tell you its most interesting news and much more.
In the following article we will see how to install Qt Creator and how to compile a small program example from Ubuntu.
In this article we will teach you how to install an Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo virtual machine in Windows 10 in the simplest way.
Meteo is a small application for Linux with which you can check meteorological information in great detail.
KDE Community has announced the release of Plasma 5.15.5, a version that fixes bugs and includes new features such as emoji support in Kwin.
Windows Subsystem for Linux, or WSL 2, has come to Windows 10 to harness the full power of the Ubuntu kernel on Microsoft's system.
If there are no surprises, Eoan Ermine is the name of the Ubuntu version that will be released in October 2019. We tell you the details.
The Linux 5.1 kernel stands out for including the new io_uring interface for asynchronous I / O, the ability to use NVDIMMs as RAM, compatibility ...
Shortly after Linux 5.1 was released, GNU Linux-Libre 5.1-gnu has also been officially released, for those who want total freedom.
Linus Torvalds has announced the official release of Linux 5.1. In this article you will find out about all the news that comes with this version.
Mozilla has released Firefox 66.0.4 to fix the extension bug that has hurt many users. We tell you all the details.
It seems that in the end KDE Applications 19.04 will not make it to Kubuntu 19.04. Here we tell you when it would arrive and why it has not arrived yet.
With the upower command we can check the status of our laptop's battery and check other information about energy.
A new website has been launched called Linux App Store from where we will find practically any app regardless of its type of package.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Slimbook Battery 3. This is a visual power manager to optimize your laptop battery.
In this article we will talk about Pennywise, a video player that will keep the floating window on the desktop of our PC.
Ubuntu Store, also known as Canonical Store, has closed. What does this movement of the company that develops Ubuntu mean?
In this post we will talk about Tauon Music Box, a player with everything you need to become one of the greats.
In this article we explain how to recover the Dynamic Transparency that disappeared with the launch of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install JDK 12, either OpenJDK 12 or Oracle JDK 12 on Ubuntu.
Google has started to release Chrome OS 74, its desktop operating system that now includes an improved assistant and is more secure.
The Franz services client is now available as a Flatpak package from the Flathub repository. We explain how to install this version.
Linux 5.1-rc7 is here, a "tiny" update that prepares its official launch on May 5. You are almost done!
In the next article we are going to take a look at Mycli. This is a MySQL client for the terminal with autocomplete function.
The development phase of Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan "EANIMAL" has officially opened. Its official launch will take place in October.
Does your Kubuntu consume more battery than you would like? In this article we will discuss a couple of changes that might interest you.
In this article we will explain how to put the Ubuntu dock centered, which will give us the impression that we are dealing with a real dock.
In the following lines we are going to take a look at Aria2. This is a tool to perform downloads from the terminal efficiently.
Unknown Horizons is an open source real-time colony building strategy and economic simulation game, based on the game ...
In this article we will teach you how to make the Ubuntu 19.04 dock transparent or configure the intensity of its opacity.
Let's see: Which graphical environment is your favorite of all those available in the Ubuntu family? Enter and vote. Which is the best?
In the next article we are going to take a look at Hugin. This is a program with which we can create panoramic images from others.
Widelands is a real-time strategy game (for a multiplayer network or for a single player) that is…
Ubuntu Studio 16.04 LTS has reached its life cycle. Here we explain what you have to do from now on to continue having support.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Dotclear. This is an application so that whatever their level, anyone can publish a blog.
In this article we show you how to update a Snap package, all of them, or to show us the list of updates all from the terminal.
In this article we explain the simple process to move the Ubuntu Budgie 19.04 dock to any of the four sides of our operating system.
As if it wasn't enough to move ahead to the Disco Dingo release, ExTiX 19.4 is the first operating system based on Deeping Linux 15.9.3 beta.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Guitarix. This is an amplifier for our electric guitar that we can use from Ubuntu.
It hasn't made much noise, but Chrome 74's dark mode is also available with Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo's Yaru theme.
Netrunner Rolling, the Arch Linux-based version of Netrunner Linux, has released its April update with new design.
In this article we explain how to test the Adwaita theme in Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo. Enter and you will see how easy it is to get it.
Everything is ready for Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan EANIMAL (not its final name) to start its development phase. It will soon be a reality.
Kubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo comes with the new KDE Plasma 5.15.4 version and a Wayland session that is available in an experimental phase.
After three decades of continuous research and development since the introduction of the first version of Mathematica, Wolfram Research,…
Linus Torvalds does not rest even on vacation and this Easter weekend has worked to advance the development of Linux 5.1.
Ubuntu MATE 19.04 Disco Dingo arrives with troubleshooting solutions for Nvidia cards just after installing from scratch.
Kdenlive 19.04 is now available, a major update that comes with notable new features. We explain everything to you in this article.
In this article we will see how to update Ubuntu 18.04 directly to Ubuntu 19.04 from the terminal, without the need to update to Ubuntu 18.10
After a year and a half of development, the launch of the new version of Supertuxkart 1.0 has been presented, which comes with several improvements in ...
It seems to be a bug: Ubuntu 19.04's Nautilus prevents dragging files from / to the desktop. Or is it actually a function?
We have been using Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo for two days now and personally I have to say that I like it a lot. I got it…
In this article we will show you how to access all the hidden options of Firefox, something that we will do from the address bar.
Eoan? Well yes: that will be the last name with which Ubuntu 19.10 will be launched, the version of Canonical's system that will be launched in October.
In this post we explain how to activate the experimental function of the fractional scale in Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo in Wayland and X11.
LibreOffice 6.2.3 is now available, the latest maintenance version of the famous office suite that comes by default in many Linux distros.
After the official release of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo we bring for newbies and users who want to migrate to Ubuntu, the installation guide ...
I already have Ubuntu 19.04 installed. And now what do I do? In this article we suggest several things to do now that you have upgraded to Disco Dingo.
Xubuntu 19.04 is now available, a very important update for the Xfce version of the operating system developed by Canonical.
In this post we will teach you how to upgrade to Ubuntu 19.04 from previous versions of the operating system developed by Canonical.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo. Here we tell you the known news that come with the latest version of Ubuntu.
In the following article we are going to see how we can install VSCodium, a Fork of Visual Studio Code that is 100% open source.
It has not taken long to react and Adblock Plus is already preparing a solution for the recently discovered security flaw, a very serious one.
Oracle has released Virtualbox 6.0.6, the most notable novelty of which is that it includes support for the Linux kernel 5.0.x and 5.1. Now available from your website.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can check the installed, used and available RAM on our Ubuntu system.
Do you have a PC with few resources? In this post we show you how to test and install Chromium OS with CloudReady, compatible with many computers.
Do you want to know how to download YouTube video and audio on Linux? In this post we will teach you everything you need to know. It is easy!
In this post we will teach you a little trick so that the Touchpad of your laptop can be used 100% in KDE Plasma. Do not miss it!
Linux Torvalds has announced the release of Linux 5.1-rc5, smoothly and with a third of what is included related to sound.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install the Angular framework in Ubuntu and create a first example application.
In this article we will show you how to update Firefox in Ubuntu on three different systems: the APT version, the Snap version and their binaries.