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Running BBS Door Games on Windows 10 with GameSrv, DOSBox, plus telnet fun with WSL

I continue to enjoy seeing what can be done with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) but even more fun is combining CMD.exe (the Windows console), Ubuntu on Windows (WSL), and DOSBox (an x86 emulator that lets you run OLD programs in original DOS that no longer run natively on Windows). Show More Summary

5 of the Best Linux Dark Themes that Are Easy on the Eyes

There are several reasons people opt for dark themes on their computers. Some find them easy on the eye while others prefer them because of their medical condition. Programmers, especially, like dark themes because they reduce glare on the eyes. Show More Summary

Windows apps on Linux: Wine 3.0 is out now with Direct3D 10, 11 support

The latest version of the Wine compatibility layer for Windows on Linux is available for download.

?Google moves to Debian for in-house Linux desktop

Google is officially moving from Ubuntu to Debian for its in-house Linux desktop.

Why Use a Linux Operating System Other Than Ubuntu?

Ubuntu is the most popular version of desktop Linux. It gets most of the press and has the most users. When a developer provides a Linux version of a cross-platform app, often it’s only for Ubuntu. Sure, you can get games to run on whichever version of Linux you want, but Ubuntu’s often the one with official support. Show More Summary

How to Play Sound Through Two or More Output Devices in Linux

Handling audio in Linux can be a pain. Pulseaudio has made it both better and worse. While some things work better than they did before, other things have become more complicated. Handling audio output is one of those things. If youShow More Summary

?Learn how to run Linux on Microsoft's Azure cloud

With Linux running one in three server instances on Azure, it's past time to learn how to do a good job of running Linux on Microsoft's Azure cloud

4 Great NAS Solutions for Linux

Regardless of what operating system you use, storing your data is important. One of the most popular ways to back up data is with an NAS. A Network Attached Storage (NAS) device is a server with a heavy focus on data storage, making it the perfect candidate for a home file server. Show More Summary

Pantheon Explained: A Look at the Minimalist Elementary OS Desktop

If you’re a first-time Linux user, there’s a decent chance you’re using Elementary OS. The relatively young Linux operating system has accrued millions of downloads over the past half decade, with many of them coming from computers running Windows or macOS. Show More Summary

Will 2018 Be the Year of the Linux Desktop

The “Year of the Linux Desktop” is a fabled time when Linux finally rises up and becomes the dominant desktop operating system, supplanting Windows. Now, that might sound ridiculous, but the notion has been fueled over the years by Linux’s rise to dominance in every other market. Show More Summary

Windows vs Linux: Open source beats Microsoft to win Barcelona's backing

No more Microsoft, says Barcelona City Council, in pursuit of "full technological sovereignty".

Yuzu emulates Nintendo's Switch

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Yuzu is an experimental emulator for Nintendo's Switch console. No, it does not run commercial games. It is written in C++ with portability in mind, with builds actively maintained for Windows, Linux and macOS. The emulator is currently only useful for homebrew development and research purposes. Show More Summary

How to Work With Text in Gravit Designer

Gravit Designer is a completely free vector design application. It’s available in the browser as well as on Linux, Mac, ChromeOS, and Windows. In this video from my course, Gravit Designer Quick Start, we’ll take a look at Gravit’s text system. Show More Summary

Why Firefox Quantum Should Be Your Default Linux Browser

Operating systems, game consoles, and web browsers remain pretty polarizing. Users benefit from tons of choice with browsers, from Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Opera to Firefox. With the release of its 57th version, dubbed Firefox Quantum, comes a major overhaul. Show More Summary

How to Install MATE Alongside Cinnamon in Linux Mint

There are several reasons one may like having multiple desktop environments side by side on one Linux distro. User interface, resource usage, extra features, and stability are some reasons some keep multiple desktop environments. Linux Mint comes in different versions, with different desktop environments and default applications. Show More Summary

Barcelona to ditch Microsoft software for open source software

Barcelona, one of the most popular cities in the Europe is now switching to open-source software by replacing Microsoft Windows, Office and Exchange with Linux, Libre Office and Open Xchange respectively. The city council is already piloting the use of Ubuntu Linux desktops along with Mozilla Firefox as the default browser. Show More Summary

How to Install PIP for Python on Windows, Mac, and Linux

As with any serious programming language, Python supports third-party libraries and frameworks that you can install to prevent having to reinvent the wheel with every new project. You can find these on a central repository called PyPI (Python Package Index). Show More Summary

We're Getting Closer To A Working Switch Emulator

One of the creators of the rather popular Citra 3DS Emulator has announced they are working on a new project - a Nintendo Switch emulator for Windows, Mac and Linux. More »      

How to Emulate Android Apps on Linux

If you’re a hardcore Android fan, you’re probably aware that your favorite mobile operating system descends from Linux. We’ve covered in the past how Android is based on open source components, and that the Linux kernel is one of those. Show More Summary

3 Best Cheap Linux Laptops to Save Money

Linux often gets associated with being cheap. It’s a bit unfair, but it’s true that you can save some big bucks if you buy a computer with a free operating system. So how inexpensive can you go? Check out these best cheap Linux laptops to save money. Show More Summary

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