Category Archives: Linux

How to Make a Linux USB Live Disk with the Terminal

By | August 4, 2016

  When people install Linux these days, for the most part they’re doing it via a USB stick. There are a whole lot of graphical tools on Linux that can help with creating the live disk. These tools are all fine and everything, but what about a command line based option? How to make a USB live… Read More »

How To Create ISO Files In Linux

By | August 4, 2016

  You probably know that an ISO file can be burned onto a CD/DVD or USB drive, but did you know that you can easily back up or archive your files and folders into an ISO file as well? With this ISO file you can then burn it onto a CD/DVD as a backup or simply mount it like… Read More »

6 of the Best Terminal-Based CLI Games for Linux

By | August 4, 2016

  Playing games is universally accepted to be a good way to relax a little after working for a while, and there are hundreds of thousands of games out there that you can play in your spare time. Linux Geeks or System Admins may prefer to play games right in the terminal where they already… Read More »

Access Your Gmail and Google Inbox on Linux Using Wmail

By | August 4, 2016

  While Web-based email services have become really popular with time (offering features like the ability to access you account from anywhere, switch providers, and more), desktop clients are still preferred by many users. Of course, it’s primarily a matter of personal preference (or specific features in some cases), but one thing is for sure: desktop email… Read More »

How to Customize Ubuntu’s Unity Launcher for Different Workspaces Using Unity LauncherSwitcher

By | August 4, 2016

  There are times when you’re working on multiple tasks in parallel. For example, I have been recently working on reviewing lightweight web browsers for Linux and researching on Smart Credit Cards besides doing my regular work. Although I use different workspaces for different tasks, the problem that I usually face is that the app icons pinned to the… Read More »

Tweak Your Ubuntu Unity Desktop With MyUnity

By | August 4, 2016

One of the reasons that many hated the Unity desktop in Ubuntu is because there is a lack of customization option. People switched from Windows/Mac to Linux is mainly because Linux offers them an environment where they can customize everything to their liking. When Canonical reduced your ability to do what you want with yourdesktop, many… Read More »

Tweak the Number of Workspaces in Unity [Ubuntu]

By | August 3, 2016

  Workspaces come in handy when you are working on different tasks in parallel. They not only make it easy for you to immediately switch between tasks but also help you keep your computer-related work organized in general. By default, Ubuntu offers only four workspaces (arranged in a two-by-two grid).     This is more… Read More »

How to Customize Ubuntu’s Unity Launcher for Different Workspaces Using Unity LauncherSwitcher

By | August 2, 2016

  There are times when you’re working on multiple tasks in parallel. For example, I have been recently working on reviewing lightweight web browsers for Linux and researching on Smart Credit Cards besides doing my regular work. Although I use different workspaces for different tasks, the problem that I usually face is that the app… Read More »