How to Check the Ubuntu Version via Terminal

"What version of ubuntu do I have". Probably, that's a question you ask yourself when you have long been never updated your Ubuntu. The way to check the Ubuntu version can...

Easy Steps to Install Slack in Ubuntu

If you are looking for a tool for working collaboratively with your colleagues, Slack is a good name to be considered. One of the reasons you should put the tool on...

How to Install WPS Office on Ubuntu

By default, Ubuntu has included LibreOffice as the office suite. For a certain reason, you probably want to install other office suite to replace it. Or you simply want to compare...

How Install Sticky Notes in Ubuntu

Sticky notes is a simple but useful app to help you keep reminded over the task you want to do today. You can write down your today's to-do-list on it and...

How to Install GIMP 2.10 on Ubuntu via Flatpak

GIMP is the first name to come in mind when Ubuntu users -- and Linux users generally -- need to edit images. After about 6 years without major update, the GIMP...

How to Make Your Sudo Password Visible in Ubuntu

Ubuntu -- and other Linux distros -- is an assertive operating system. Only a user with administrator privileges who can make any changes on the system. If you are just an ordinary user,...

How to Install OnlyOffice Desktop Editors on Ubuntu

If you are an Ubuntu user (or Linux in general), chances are you install LibreOffice on your machine as the default office suite. Did you ever wondered if there another free...

How To Add A New Sudoer in Ubuntu

Linux is an operating system with a strict user permission. There are several level of users in Linux along with each privileges. Ubuntu, as a Linux based operating system, surely also has the...

How to Install and Use Ubuntu on Windows 10

Since Satya Nadella was appointed as the CEO, there have been some breakthrough done by Microsoft. One of which, Microsoft started to embrace the open source community. You might have known...

Launch Your Ubuntu Apps Quicker and Easier with Ulauncher

In the current Ubuntu we have a Unity Dash to search for an app and launch it. Or -- to make it quicker -- you can also add your frequently-used apps...

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