Showing posts with label Operating System. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Operating System. Show all posts

March 24, 2017

Chakra Linux 2017.03 Review

Chakra Linux Logo
Chakra Linux Logo  
Here we take a deeper look at Chakra Linux. All in all a great distribution with a great community. Chakra is worth a look.

March 23, 2017

What's New In Android O?

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte  
Background limits, notification channels, autofill APIs, font resources in XML — what does it all mean?

March 14, 2017

Looking At Gecko Linux — A Spin Of openSUSE

Gecko Linux
Gecko Linux
(Photo credit: https://geckolinux.github.io/) 
Gecko Linux is a spin of openSUSE that installs the media codecs and resolves some of the dependency issues found in openSUSE.

March 11, 2017

Revive An Old PC! (How To Install Linux Mint On A PC)

Linux Mint Logo
Linux Mint Logo 
Linux Mint is going to improve general task's performance on your slow/old computer! It's not gonna do miracles, but still much better than Windows in terms of performance.

March 10, 2017

Checking Out Manjaro - KDE - Fun For The Whole Family

Manjaro KDE
Manjaro KDE
(Photo credit: https://manjaro.org/get-manjaro/) 
This is a look at Manjaro 17 KDE which Rob Collins, the host of Linux Quest, installed on his family PC.

March 9, 2017

Maui Linux 17.03 Review - Great Style, Poor Choice Of Apps

Maui Desktop Screen
Maui Desktop Screen
(Photo credit: https://mauilinux.org/)  
Maui Linux is a continuation of Netrunner; it is based on KDE Neon and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. You get a beautifully styled KDE Plasma 5.9 with a bleeding edge Plasma desktop and associated QT applications.

March 8, 2017

Review And Tips On Using Ubuntu Gnome 16.10

The Ubuntu Gnome Logo
Ubuntu Gnome Logo  
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, OSWY Guy, reviews Ubuntu Gnome 16.10; he also provides us with tips on using this distro of Linux.

Overview: Zorin OS 12.1 - Did I Say Start Menu?

A Laptop Computer With Zorin OS
A laptop computer with Zorin OS
(Photo credit: https://zorinos.com/) 
Rob Collins, the creator of Linux Quest, added Zorin OS 12.1 to his list of distributions for new Linux users coming from Windows.

March 7, 2017

Plasma 5.9.3 - Should You Upgrade?

Antergos Logo
Antergos Logo 
A YouTuber that goes by the sobriquet, Big Daddy, shares his opinion on the Plasma 5.9.3 KDE desktop environment on Antergos.

March 6, 2017

Linux Mint 18.1 KDE Edition Is Great!

Linux Mint Logo
A screenshot of the Linux Mint logo
Danny, a technology enthusiast and the creator of Tech Rage, does a review of the KDE version of Linux Mint 18.1.

Ubuntu MATE Laptop Tour (Update About Linux Content)

Ubuntu MATE Logo
A screenshot of the Ubuntu MATE logo  
In this episode of Terry's Tech and Things, Terry tells us that he always comes back to Ubuntu MATE.

March 5, 2017

What To Do After Installing Linux Mint

Linux Mint Logo
A screenshot of the Linux Mint logo  
In this tutorial, AJ Reissig covers a few of the basics for new users: How to update your software, update the Linux kernel, install software, setup printers and more!

March 4, 2017

Solus MATE - Is It For You?

Solus MATE Desktop
A screenshot of the Solus MATE desktop  
In this video, a YouTuber nicknamed, Big Daddy, discusses the pros and cons of running Solus MATE and is it a distro for you?

Debian Stretch 9 Awesome

The Debian Logo
Debian Logo  
A British YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, gives us the rundown of Debian Stretch 9; he enabled the MATE desktop environment on it and I have to admit that it looks bloody awesome.

March 3, 2017

In Defence Of Fedora 25 (Opinion)

A Laptop With The Fedora Workstation
A screenshot of a laptop with the Fedora Workstation  
A YouTuber that goes by the sobriquet, nixuser1980, normally doesn't do a video trying to defend a FOSS product/distribution, but there are simply too many "click-bait" style opinion pieces for him to ignore.

February 27, 2017

February 26, 2017

KDE Neon Pros And Cons - Linux Distro Mini Review

A Laptop With KDE Neon
A laptop computer with KDE Neon
(Photo credit: https://neon.kde.org/) 
KDE has made some awesome strides with the plasma release, and what better way to see the progress than with KDE Neon.

February 23, 2017

MX-16 (Linux OS Review)

MX-16
MX-16
(Photo credit: MX Linux) 
MX-16 is a mid-weight Linux distribution based on Debian Jessie and uses the Xfce desktop. 

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