How to install Zoom on Linux

Zoom is a really good tool for distance learning through Video conferencing. Thousands of schools , Colleges and Webinars are using zoom to connect with their students and learners. It is available for all popular platforms including Linux, Android, Windows and IOS. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit , online education became the last option to […]

Best live wallpaper software for Linux

The best thing about Linux is that it lets you personalize your system as much as you want and as much as you can. This is one of the many reasons why people love Linux and can not even imagine going back to Windows or any other operating system. You can customize almost everything in […]

How to watch IPTV with VLC on Linux?

Easily stream your favorite television channels with IPTV on Linux using VLC media player. VLC is a great software to play IPTV streams easily on Linux.

How to Type in Hindi or any other language in Linux mint?

A few days ago I urgently needed to type in Hindi on my Linux mint desktop, however I was unable to figure this out, I also checked in “Languages” under settings and installed the required language pack. Even after that I did not get any option to type in Hindi. My other option was to […]

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How to Install Updates in Linux mint

Installation of software updates are very important in every operating system. Either it is Linux mint or Windows, updates are very necessary to keep yourself safe from malicious attackers and bugs that could break your system. Updating software allows you to enjoy the latest features and prevents others from exploiting you based on the bugs […]

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Install Wine on Linux – A complete guide

Wine (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux, macOS, & BSD. Instead of simulating internal Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator, Wine translates Windows API calls into POSIX calls on-the-fly, eliminating the performance and […]

How to Install Chromium on Linux Mint 21 ?

With the release of Linux mint 21, the Linux Mint development team announced that they will be dropping support for Ubuntu snap from Linux mint 20 onward. Well, Chromium, a very popular web browser among the people who don’t like Firefox and wants a secure and open source browser with a fell of Google chrome […]

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Spotify for Linux – Full guide to installing Spotify on Linux

Spotify is an awesome cross platform music streaming app for Linux, MacOS , Android and Windows. If you have a taste for music, then I personally recommend you Spotify. It features millions of songs by famous creators, as well as indie music creators. Spotify is a Swedish-based audio streaming and media services provider, launched in […]

How to install Blender on Linux?

Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, video editing and 2D animation pipeline. It is the most popular open source 3d modeling and animating software. It allows you to create model and render 3d as well […]

Create disposable mail directly from your Terminal

Everyday we surf the internet for hours and visits tons of websites, these websites asks us for our email and some of them even spams us. To tackle these spamming websites use Tmpmail directly from your terminal.

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