Play Windows Games With Steam Play

How to Install and Use Steam Play on Linux

Steam Play and Proton represent a massive leap forward for Linux gamers. Valve has committed to making Windows games playable on Linux for everyone without the hassle of configuring something like Wine. So, they did it for everyone, with Proton, Steam’s own version of Wine. Learn how to enable Steam Play on your Linux system, and start playing your Windows games.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install the Steam Beta Client.
  • How to Enable Steam Play.
  • How to Configure Steam Play and Proton.
  • How to Play Your Windows Games.

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Sling TV on Kodi

How to Watch Sling TV in Kodi

Kodi’s support for DRM in version 18 and beyond opened the doors to streaming services like Sling TV. It’s simple enough to get it running within Kodi and start watching live TV legally.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install the Inputstream Packages
  • How to Install the Inputstream Helper Add-on
  • How to Install Sling TV in Kodi
  • How to Sign in and Use Sling

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Winecfg Staging Settings

How to Play World of Warcraft On Linux With Wine


Install and run Word of Warcraft on Linux


This will work with nearly all Linux distributions.


A working Linux install with root privileges and a somewhat modern graphics card with the latest graphics drivers installed.




  • # – requires given linux commands to be executed with root privileges either directly as a root user or by use of sudo command
  • $ – requires given linux commands to be executed as a regular non-privileged user


World of Warcraft has been around for almost thirteen years, and it’s still easily the most popular MMORPG. Unfortunately, after all that time Blizzard never released an official Linux client. It’s not all bad, tough. Wine has you covered.

Install Wine

You can try regular Wine, but it’s not the best for getting the latest improvements in gaming performance. Wine Staging and Wine with the Gallium Nine patches are almost universally better.

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Pulseaudio in Linux.

How to Enable Multiple Simultaneous Audio Outputs on Pulseaudio in Linux

Pulseaudio has a ton of features, most of which you’ll probably never use, but if you do need the ability to play audio through multiple output devices at once, you’re in luck. That happens to be one of Pulse’s lesser known capabilities, and it even works with Bluetooth.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install Paprefs
  • How to Enable Simultaneous Output
  • How to Use Simultaneous Output

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Install RetroArch

How To Install and Use RetroArch on Linux

RetroArch is a popular collection of the best free emulators for the PC. It opens up a world of thousands of classic games across multiple consoles. Unlike more “hackish” emulation solutions, RetroArch is made for mainstream use, meaning it features a complete and polished interface that just about anyone can use to play their favorite games.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install RetroArch on Ubuntu
  • How to Install RetroArch on Debian
  • How to Install RetroArch on Arch Linux
  • How to Install RetroArch with Flatpak
  • How to Navigate RetroArch
  • Play A Game With RetroArch

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