Wine 4.0 was launched a few days ago and comes with a bucketful of cool features and improvements to enhance your experience when running Windows application and games on the Linux platform. For those who are not familiar with Wine, Wine is an application in Linux that allows Windows users to seamlessly run their applications and games on Linux.
Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish) got released today after about 6 months of development. This new version will be supported for 9 months from now which turns out to be July 2019. Therefore, if you need Long Term Support, it is recommended you stay on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS instead.
HDMI audio management can get tricky sometimes in GNOME desktop environment. The issue faced by users when playing multimedia via HDMI connection is no audio. Unlike Windows and Mac OS, Linux doesn’t direct audio to HDMI device by default settings.
Ubuntu 19.04 will be codenamed Disco Dingo. Canonical is yet to make the official announcement, but the new codename is already unveiled via Launchpad.
The top panel (commonly known as Taskbar) can be greatly customized to include some cool features such as adding a “show desktop” icon which minimizes all the open windows and shows the desktop, displaying icons of running applications, changing color, opacity, and more.
Installing updates using the command line from the Terminal is done by using the apt update and upgrade command. For those who aren’t aware of it, check the step-by-step tutorial we published earlier.
Apache HTTP server is an immensely popular cross-platform web server that’s used worldwide. It is a free, open source, powerful and can run on UNIX/Linux as well as MS Windows platforms.
Apache HTTP server, formerly known as Apache Web Server is free and open-source software developed and maintained by Apache Software Foundation. It is a powerful and one of the most popular web servers worldwide.
Magento is an open source modern cloud eCommerce platform. It is written in PHP and there is both free and paid version of its platform. The Community edition is offered for free, while the paid version is targetted for Enterprises with increased cloud integration capabilities.
PC security is top notch priority these days due to ever increasing malware threats across all operating systems including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Android, and Linux.