Showing posts with label Software. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Software. Show all posts

June 28, 2017

Linux Tip: How To Add A Hard Drive To A Linux System

Hard Drive
Hard Drive
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Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, teaches us how to add a hard drive to a Linux system.

Tom's Debian 9 Build Works When He Takes It Out Of VirtualBox

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Debian Logo
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As a followup to last weeks video where Debian 9 crashed out on his KDE desktop environment, Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux,  wanted to install the system to it's own hard drive because he believed that his problem was related to the multiple desktop environments and VirtualBox.

June 27, 2017

Manjaro 17.0.2 Gellivara Xfce

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Manjaro Linux Logo
Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, gives us a quick look at Manjaro 17.0.2 Gellivara Xfce.

Top 5 Ubuntu MATE Tools

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Five  
Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, shares with us, his Top 5 Ubuntu MATE Tools.

June 26, 2017

The Cheapest Gaming Laptop With A GTX 1060!

Acer Predator Helios 300
Acer Preditator Helios 300
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Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2D, reviews the Acer Predator Helios 300 gaming laptop.

June 25, 2017

Week Of Linux News 25 June 2017

Tux; The Linux Mascot
Tux; the Linux mascot
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Chris Were — the creator of Quids Up, informs us of this week's Linux news.

June 24, 2017

Easy Auto Refresh Is Malware

Malware
Malware
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Looking at the Chrome extension Easy Auto Refresh which sends an unencrypted log of all your browsing history to edatasales.com, a site based in Hong Kong.

June 23, 2017

Why Linux?/Why Linux Mint?

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Linux Mint Logo 
Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, tells us the reason why he chose Linux and his reason for loving Linux Mint.

Don't Buy The Surface Laptop

Surface Laptop
Surface Laptop
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Microsoft's Surface Laptop is genuinely interesting, but you shouldn't buy it. Here's why.

5 Linux Myths You Shouldn't Believe

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Five 
Are there really myths about Linux? I mean there are plenty of facts about Linux and how powerful and secure it is that the entire tech world is relying on it.

June 22, 2017

June 21, 2017

KDE Neon 5.10 Review

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KDE Neon Logo 
KDE Neon is a minimal Linux Distro based on Ubuntu 16.04, the KDE developers provide a repository of the latest Plasma desktop and associated Qt applications to keep provide you a bleeding edge desktop on a solid base.

Install Your Nvidia Drivers In Debian 9 Stretch Stable

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Debian Logo
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Leonard Dozois — the man behind Don't Call Me Lenny!, shows us how we can install Nvidia divers on Debian 9 Stretch.

June 20, 2017

Tom Takes A Quick Look At Debian 9 — He Had A Few Problems

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Debian Logo
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Debian 9 worked great for Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, before he turned on his camera, then the whole system became unstable.

Let's Take A Look At Debian Stretch 9 Stable — Is It Gaming Friendly?

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Debian Logo
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Leonard Dozis — the man behind Don't Call Me Lenny!, gives us a look at Debian 9 Stretch and he also tells us if this distro of Linux is gaming friendly or not.

Top 5 Reasons To Use Ubuntu MATE

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Ubuntu MATE Logo  
Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, shares with us his top 5 reasons to use Ubuntu MATE.

June 19, 2017

Debian 9 Stretch Review With GNOME Desktop

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Debian Logo
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Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, reviews Debian 9 Stretch with the GNOME desktop environment.

Checking Out Debian 9 "Stretch" Release (Xfce)

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Debian Logo
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Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, gives us a look at Debian 9 (Code-named "Stretch") with the Xfce desktop environment.

June 18, 2017

Peppermint OS 8 Review: Lightweight Yet Powerful

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Peppermint OS 8
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A YouTube channel that goes by name, Planet Linux, did a review of Peppermint OS 8.

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