Ubuntu Cleaner - Keep your system clean
Ubuntu Cleaner is designed for cleaning the unwanted or non-working files, temporary Internet files created by popular web browsers or programs and for cleaning the wrong type extensions files that
What commands you should never use in Linux?
Linux users - the people cheerful. We love to joke. Unfortunately, some of the jokes on the Linux newbies sometimes end with the destruction of the system and the victim no longer a laughing matter.
Linux Mint 18 - review, what's new?
Linux Mint 18, this is the second release with long term support, which is based on a batch basis Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Since Linux Mint 17, the distribution moved to the new scheme of formation of
Early upgrade Linux Mint from 17.2 to 17.3
As you know, the Linux Mint developers are working on the release of Linux Mint 17.3 "Rosa" Cinnamon and MATE based on a batch basis Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. In fact as an update to the base packages and
Early upgrade from cinnamon 2.6 to 2.8
The ability to update Cinnamon to version 2.8 may interest someone who likes to try something new, and someone who wants to help compile bugs before the official release.
How to choose a laptop for Linux Mint
If you buy a new laptop for Linux, you do not just buy the Windows laptop you like and hope for the best - you need to plan your purchasing to ensure that it will work well with Linux. Fortunately,
Tuxboot - another creator a bootable Live USB drive
Tuxboot helps you to create bootable Live USB Drive with Clonezilla live, DRBL live, GParted live and Tux2live . Tuxboot program is derived from UNetbootin developed by the same developers and works
Hosts - change and manage the /etc/hosts file
A little-known feature called "the hosts file" can be used to modify your system depending on your needs. Whether you need to create abbreviations to block websites or something else, all of this can
Restore hard disk partitions and files in Linux Mint
Sooner or later each of us is faced with the necessity of data recovery. It can be accidentally formatted hard disk, a scratched CD with photos of your beloved deceased pet, or even a flash drive
Dconf-editor - The registry editor Linux
Starting with GNOME 3.0, for storing system settings uses the GSettings framework, based on the file format dconf. GSettings is used to store environment settings and applications and track their