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How to install Calligra Words on Linux

Calligra Words is a wordprocessor from the KDE project. It allows for frame-based editing, document embedding, user interface customization, and other excellent features. Here’s how to set up Calligra Words on your Linux system. Ubuntu installation instructions Since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Calligra Words has been available for users to install. So, if you’re an Ubuntu […]

How to install Oracle VirtualBox on Linux

Oracle’s VirtualBox tool is excellent for emulating other operating systems. If you’re using Linux and you need to run something like Microsoft Windows, Android x86, BSD, and others, you’ll want to install this program on your computer. Here’s how to do it. Ubuntu installation instructions On Ubuntu, the Oracle VM VirtualBox app is available in […]

How to install CuteFishOS

CutefishOS is a beautiful operating system built on Ubuntu that gives users a practical and straightforward experience. It uses the Cutefish desktop environment. Here’s how you can get the CutefishOS operating system installed onto your computer. Downloading CutefishOS To download CutefishOS, head over to the official website. Once on the website, find the download button […]

How to download and install Minecraft maps

Minecraft allows users to create as many worlds as they like and each world has its own unique layout, biomes, structures, etc., based on the world seed. These maps come with in-game structures that are common to all maps e.g. villages, temples, strongholds, etc. Much like worlds, users can also download and play in custom […]

How to install Aseprite on Linux

Aseprite is a pixel-art program that users can use to create 2D animations for video games. It is paid software, and users can purchase the product via the official website. However, the source code is also available for free. Here’s how to install Aseprite on Linux. Steam If you’re OK with paying 19$, Aseprite is […]

How to install LosslessCut on Linux

Are you in need of a good video editor on Linux that can handle lossless footage? Check out Lossless Cut. It is a light non-linear editor for Linux and can take your footage without any quality loss. Here’s how to install it on Linux. AppImage installation instructions A great way to install the Lossless Cut […]

How to install SpeedCrunch on Linux

Are you in need of a scientific calculator for your Linux PC? Can’t find anything good to use? Check out SpeedCrunch! It’s a high-precision, scientific calculator that sports tons of features and a speedy keyboard-driven interface. Here’s how to set it up on your system. Ubuntu installation instructions SpeedCrunch is available for installation on Ubuntu […]

How to use and install Stremio on Linux

Stremio is a media center that allows users to watch movies, TV shows, and even YouTube videos instantaneously. It also supports DLNA and many other features. Here’s how to use Stremio on Linux. Installing Stremio on Linux The Stremio application is available for a wide variety of Linux operating systems through the official Stremio website. […]

How to install JetBrains GoLand on Linux

JetBrains GoLand is a rich Go programming language editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It supports dozens of plugins that can be used to make it feel more at home for a wide variety of developers. Here’s how to get it working on Linux. Generic Linux installation instructions The best way to get JetBrains GoLand […]

How to install Prusa Slicer on Linux

Prusa Slicer is the in-house developed slicer tool built by Prusa for their 3D printers. If you’ve got a Prusa rig and need to slice some 3D files on Linux, you’ll want to install the Prusa Slicer app. Here’s how to do it. Note: To use the Prusa Slicer application on Linux, you will need […]

How to install third-party modules on Webmin

Do you want to install third-party modules in your Webmin installation? Don’t know how to set them up? We can help! Follow along as we go over how to install Webmin third-party modules. Where to download third-party Webmin modules Webmin has a lot of useful modules, but some of the best ones aren’t developed by […]

How to install the Vidiot video editor on Linux

Are you in need of a simple non-linear video editor for Linux? Consider checking out Vidiot. It’s a straightforward editor tool targeted at new users. It does basic things like compositing, changing speed, transitions, titles, and other essential things a user would want when editing. The Vidiot video editor works on Linux, and the developer […]

How to install Windows 11?

News of Windows 11 dropped earlier this year and its stable version has now arrived for users. The upgrade is free. If you wait, you will eventually be able to download the OS via Windows Update. If you can’t wait, you can force the upgrade right now. Install Windows 11 Microsoft is distributing Windows 11 […]

How to download Steam and install games

Most popular game titles release on Steam. It’s a platform that makes it easy for game developers to distribute games. For gamers, it’s a one-stop shop for popular titles and obscure ones alike. Steam also offers regular sales, options to resell a game that is no longer played, and a simple refund policy as well […]

How to install Elementary OS 6

Elementary OS 6 Odin has been released. This new version of Elementary Os 6 is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. If you’ve been using Elementary OS 5 for a long time, you’ll be happy to know that the time is come to upgrade. Unfortunately, there’s no official upgrade path from Elementary OS 5 to version […]

How to install SolveSpace on Linux

SolveSpace is an open-source, parametric 2d and 3d CAD software suite for Linux, Mac, and Windows. SolveSpace has a lot of exciting features that CAD modelers will love. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install SolveSpace on Linux. Ubuntu installation instructions SolveSpace has been available for Ubuntu Linux since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. So […]

How to install Fedora Cinnamon

Fedora Cinnamon is an alternative version of Fedora that uses the Cinnamon Desktop environment from Linux Mint. It is an elegant operating system and very popular with those who like modern features but dislike Gnome Shell. Here’s how to install it on your computer. Downloading Fedora Cinnamon Fedora Cinnamon is one of the more popular […]

How to install OnlyOffice 6.3 on your Linux PC

OnlyOffice 6.3 is out, and with it comes new exciting features. These features include new light/dark themes, password-protected documents, support for fractional scaling, and much more. Here’s how to get it working on your Linux system. Ubuntu/Debian installation instructions There are many ways to install OnlyOffice 6.3 on your Ubuntu system. That being said, the […]

How to download and install Google Chrome browser

Google Chrome is the number one modern desktop browser. It has the highest number of users/market shares. In comparison, competitors like Firefox and Opera control only a small fraction of the browser market.  Despite how popular Google Chrome is, it does not come pre-installed on Windows or macOS. Both operating systems have their own stock […]

How to install Kali Linux apps in Debian

Are you a Debian Linux user who also loves network security and computer testing? If so, you’ll probably want to install some security tools onto your Debian Linux system. Of course, the best way to get that type of software installed is to install the Kali Linux software suite. Here’s how to do it. Adding […]

How to install Gnome 40 in Ubuntu 21.04

Despite Gnome 40 being out for close to 6 months, it still hasn’t made it to Ubuntu, with Canonical deciding to go with Gnome 3 for 21.04. However, thanks to the community it is possible to get Gnome 40 up and running on Ubuntu. Here’s how to do it. WARNING: Gnome 40 on Ubuntu is […]

How to install GitCola on Linux

Git Cola is a stylish, powerful GUI for Git development. It is a free program to use and is written with Python 2 and 3. We’ll go over how you can install Git Cola on all mainstream Linux operating systems in this guide.  Ubuntu installation instructions Git Cola is available for Ubuntu Linux users through […]

How to install Sublime Merge on Linux

Sublime Merge is a cross-platform Git client developed on the same platform as Sublime Text. It comes with excellent features such as a three-way merging tool, side-by-side diffs, and a powerful search function. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up the software on Linux. Ubuntu/Debian installation instructions To install Sublime Merge on […]

How to install Gnome 40 on Debian 11

If you’d like to use the latest version of the Gnome Shell desktop on Debian 11, you can, thanks to the “Debian Experimental” software repository. In this guide, we’ll walk you through all the steps to try out this new desktop. Upgrading to Debian 11 Before installing Gnome 40 on Debian, you must ensure that […]

How to install SmartGit on Linux

SmartGit is a tool for Mac OS, Linux, and Windows for developers that work with Git and SVN. It comes with special integrations with GitHub, BitBucket, and others. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install the SmartGit app on Linux. How to install SmartGit on Ubuntu SmartGit is available for Ubuntu Linux users […]

How to install Netstat on Linux

Netstat is a Linux tool that system admins use for analyzing network stats. It comes in handy when you’re trying to take a deeper look at your Linux machine and how it is handling networking. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install Netstat on your Linux PC. How to install Netstat on Ubuntu […]

How to install Pgadmin on Linux

Pgadmin is an open-source administration and development tool for PostgreSQL, the open database software. This tool is essential for those who work heavily with PostgreSQL. Here’s how to install the app on Linux. How to install Pgadmin on Ubuntu PGAdmin is available for Ubuntu users via an Apt software repository. To start the installation, you’ll […]

How to install MongoDB Compass on Ubuntu

Mongo DB Compass is a GUI for the Mongo Database software. It runs on Ubuntu, as well as Mac OS, Windows, and RedHat. It’s helpful software for those that want a better GUI way of managing their Mongo DB setups. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set it up in Ubuntu. GUI installation […]

How to Fix a Windows Update Pending Install (SOLVED)

Windows updates install in several steps; Windows 10 checks for updates, it downloads them, and then it installs them. Normally, the only thing blocking an update from installing is the system being in use i.e., within Active Hours, or a shortage of disk space. Windows Update Pending Install (Tutorial) Windows 10 updates can fail to […]

How to install Sqlite Browser on Linux

The Sqlite Browser is a GUI editor for SQLite databases. It is an excellent tool for any workstation that is used for heavy SQLite database manipulation, editing, etc. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up the Sqlite Browser on Linux. Ubuntu installation instructions Ever since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, the Sqlite Browser app […]

How to install the Zoom meeting app

Zoom is a popular online meeting tool. It has a web interface that offers quite a few features and allows users to join a Zoom meeting without creating an account. As with most apps, the Zoom desktop app(s) offer more features (screen/meeting recording) and tend to work better. Install Zoom meeting app The Zoom app […]

How to install KDE Plasma 5 on Linux

KDE Plasma 5 is a beautiful, fully-featured desktop environment for the Linux desktop. It’s highly modern and has tons of configuration options that any Linux user would love. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up KDE Plasma 5 on Linux. Ubuntu installation instructions If you’d like to use KDE Plasma 5 on […]

How to install Ubuntu Server 21.04 via USB

Are you looking to install Ubuntu Server 21.04 on your home server via a USB flash drive but don’t know where to start? We can help! In this guide, we’ll show you exactly how you can install Ubuntu Server 21.04 via USB. Need to update Ubuntu server? Check out our guide. Downloading Ubuntu Server 21.04 […]

How to install Clang on Ubuntu

The Clang compiler is an alternative to GCC. It can be used to compile code into runnable binary programs. If you’re a developer on Ubuntu, you’ve likely dealt with a compiler like this before. While most Ubuntu developers stick with GCC, they also make it possible to get going with the Clang compiler. If you’re […]

How to install LXQt on Linux

LXQt is a lightweight, lean desktop environment that uses very few system resources. If you’d like to get going with this desktop, follow along with this guide. In it, we break down how to get LXQt working on all major Linux distributions. Ubuntu installation instructions On Ubuntu, you can get the LXQt desktop environment by […]

How to install Open Broadcaster (OBS) in Ubuntu

If you’re an Ubuntu user and want to stream to Twitch or YouTube, you’ll first have to install the Open Broadcaster application. In this guide, we’ll go over ways you can get Open Broadcaster up and running on Ubuntu via DEB, Flatpak, and Snap. How to install Open Broadcaster in Ubuntu – Ubuntu Software Center […]