How to Make Bootable Drives With Ubuntu Startup Disk Creator

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!

How to Install Atom Editor in Ubuntu Linux.

A Hackable text editor for the 21st Century! Atom is an open source text editor for all your text needs. But its mostly used and suited for programming and development (coding). A very functional and feature-rich text editor is an invaluable component of a developer toolbox. Atom is open-source (if you have the skills you… Read More »

[New Release] Ubuntu Linux 18.04 Long Term Support – Bionic Beaver

How you can upgrade your Previous versions. Canonical (the company behind the development of ubuntu Linux) has released the much awaited ubuntu 1804LTS – tagged “Bionic Beaver”. (Note: LTS stands for LONG TERM SUPPORT). The new Ubuntu 18.04 LTS has seen some major improvements over its predecessor. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will be supported by canonical till April 2023… Read More »

How to Format USB Thumb Drives in Ubuntu Linux

By | November 30, 2018

Every now and then we find ourselves in need of ways to formatting USB drives. There are many ways to format USB thumb-drive or SD card in Linux, but in this post I would show you a fast and easy of doing that without installing any additional software. NB: Ubuntu 16.04 was used for this… Read More »

How to Install Anbox in Ubuntu Linux

By | September 18, 2018

  Anbox is a an a contained android emulating platform for Linux systems. Simply put Anbox allows you to run android applications natively-ish on Linux systems. In this post I will show you how to install it on Ubuntu Linux systems. The only way, for now, to get Anbox is to through its snap version.… Read More »

How to Install Synaptic Package Manager in Ubuntu Linux

By | August 23, 2018

Synaptic is a graphical package management program for apt. It provides the same features as the apt-get command line utility with a GUI front-end based on Gtk+. If you prefer using a GUI to install apps in Debian and Debian-based systems (ubuntu, mint, etc) synaptic would make it worthwhile.     Features: Install, remove, upgrade… Read More »

How to Install Themes and Make your ubuntu desktop come alive

Sometimes added visual flavours to the Linux desktop can make the user experience all worthwhile. One way of achieving this is the use of themes; which can change desktop appearance and interactions. I will show you how to give your Linux desktop a personalized look and feel by installing themes. NB: Ubuntu 16 Linux used… Read More »