Best Linux Distro for Gaming

Best Linux Distro for Gaming

In recent years, it has become clear that Linux is a viable operating system for gaming if it has the right support. Your gaming experience can range from horrible to great, depending largely on which Linux distro you decide to use. Some Linux distributions are definitely more suited to handle gaming, and there are a ton of others that gamers would do well to avoid entirely.

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How to create desktop shortcuts in Linux

Desktop shortcuts creation in Linux

Many people find it useful to organize some of their most frequented applications as shortcuts on their desktop. This allows for quick launching of programs or custom shortcuts. Although most Linux systems rely on a sidebar app launcher or start menu, desktop shortcut launchers can allow you to open applications or websites super fast, since they live right on your desktop and make the targets only a click away.

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Ubuntu 22.04 vs 20.04 - What's new?

Ubuntu 22.04 vs 20.04 – What’s new?

Ready to see what’s new in Ubuntu 22.04? In this article, you will learn about all of the main differences between Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish and its predecessor, Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa. We will also list some of the more subtle changes which may not be as noticeable at first, but serve to modify the new operating system under the hood.

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How to change LibreOffice language

How to change LibreOffice language

The purpose of this tutorial is to show how to change the language in LibreOffice on a Linux system. Setting the language in LibreOffice will not only reflect changes in the menus of the application, but will also allow you to get auto correct recommendations in the target language, but these settings can be configured independently of each other. Follow the steps below to get started.

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GNOME login as root

GNOME login as root

In this tutorial, you will see how to enable root login for the GNOME desktop environment on a Linux system. By default, users are expected to log in to the GNOME desktop environment using a normal account. This is a recommended practice due to security concerns. If you wish to ignore this recommendation and log in to GNOME with the root account, keep reading below.

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