Xender is a very common file sharing app on android devices, especially because it is considered as being easy to use. The wonderful thing is that the recent version of the app has the ability to share files between an android device (phones and tablets) and Linux though the web browser. Though I’ve written earlier… Read More »
In this video, I would show you how to install Brave web browser in Ubuntu Linux in a simple and easy step-by-step method. Brave is a free and open-source web browser that is based on the Chromium web browser. It is cross-platform i.e. it is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. Brave is a privacy-focused… Read More »
In this video, I would show you how to easily install a very popular cross-platform web browser, Opera, on Linux. Opera is a multi-platform web browser developed by the software company also called Opera. The Opera is currently built based on the open-source Chromium browser. It gives itself a unique identity that makes it easily… Read More »
Gdebi is a simple tool to install Debian packages (file with the .deb file extension). This is very important because almost all Debian derivatives and sub-derivatives rely on the Debian package management system. Gdebi let you install a .deb package file locally while also resolving and installing its dependencies. It has a graphical user interface, but can… Read More »
Ubuntu Linux has its own internal application, THE STARTUP DISK CREATOR, that is used to create bootable disks which is the first step towards installing the operating system on another machine or computer. So in this video, you would see how easy it is. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE! Happy Linux’NG!
Extra Theme is a very beautiful and high customisation theme from Elegant theme (The makers of the popular ). In this video, I will be showing you how to remove the Elegant Theme and WordPress branding from Extra theme. This is usually found in the footer section of the extra theme. This is done with… Read More »
This video shows how you scan any document (files, books etc) easily without any additional (3rd party) software on Linux. The Scanner that was used for the demonstration is HP PSC 1410 3-in-1 scanner. This should work in any popular scanner out there. LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE!!! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/fossnaija INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/fossnaija
This is a graphical disk usage analyzer for the GNOME desktop environment. It is an application that gives a graphical representation of a disk drive’s contents to the user. This is done by the application by scanning folders, devices or remote locations and and reports on the disk space consumed by each element. The application… Read More »