Tag: Linux Mint

Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu: Which OS Is Better for Beginners?

Ubuntu is arguably the most widely used Linux-based desktop operating system (OS) out there. It is a free, open-source, and easy-to-use Debian Linux derivative first launched in October 2004, by a team of Debian developers

Installation and Review of Linux Mint 20.3 XFCE

Treating yourself to a new Linux Mint ‘Una‘ installation or you’re seeking your first foray into the world of Ubuntu-based Linux, then you couldn’t possibly go wrong with this flavor of Linux Mint running XFCE

mintBackup – A Simple Backup and Restore Tool for Linux Mint

mintBackup is a simple and easy-to-use personal data backup and restore tool for Linux Mint, which offers features such as selecting the directory to store your backup file, excluding files and directories, and selecting hidden

Useful GUI Tools to Free Up Space on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

As time moves along, you might notice your disk space gradually getting depleted. The explanation for this is that over time, junk files rapidly fill up your hard drive. This happens particularly during the installation

7 Ways to Speed Up Firefox Browser in Linux Desktop

Firefox browser is the default browser for most modern Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Mint, and Fedora. Initially, its performance might be impressive, however, with the passage of time, you might notice that your browser

How to Burn CD/DVD in Linux Using Brasero

Frankly speaking, I cannot recall the last time I used a PC with a CD/DVD drive. This is thanks to the ever-evolving tech industry which has seen optical disks replaced by USB drives and other

Best Tools to Install on Fresh Linux Mint Installation

So, you have just installed a fresh copy of Linux Mint 20 and are ready to make the most of your new system. How do you move forward? In this guide, we will highlight some

How to Install KDE Plasma in Linux Desktop

KDE is a well-known desktop environment for Unix-like systems designed for users who wants to have a nice desktop environment for their machines, It is one of the most used desktop interfaces out there. [

How to Install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors in Linux

ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors is an open-source office suite that is available for Linux, Windows, and macOS users. Freely distributed under the terms of AGPLv3, it combines three editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations that

How to Install and Use ProtonVPN on Desktop Linux

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is an encrypted tunnel that extends over a public network. It allows users to securely browse and access resources over an internet connection with utmost privacy and confidentiality. [ You