How to Enable Low Graphics Mode in Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu Desktop Low Graphics Mode

Every component of your operating system contributes somewhat to the consumption of your battery. The more active components you have at a particular instance, the more quickly you should expect your battery to be drained out. This is exactly why some people who prefer their laptop’s battery to last long want to enable low graphics … Read more

How to Add a User to Group on Linux

Add User to Group on Linux

When we create a new user on a Linux operating system, at that time user creation some set of privileges are granted to each user. These user rights include some set of permission, such as Read, Write, and Execute. Therefore, based on the assigned privileges user can perform some set of functions or tasks on … Read more

How to Install Foxit PDF Reader on Ubuntu

Ubuntu PDF Reader

PDF is one of the most popular and preferable file formats when it comes to reading, printing, and sharing files. This is because it can be opened on almost all operating systems. In Linux, you might be familiar with many PDF readers. Foxit PDF Reader is among the popular PDF readers that are available for … Read more

6 Ways to List Network Interfaces in Debian 11

List Network Interfaces on Debian

A network manager often finds himself in situations where he has to change various network configurations. To do this, he needs to know about all the available network interfaces in his system. Therefore, in this article, we explain the methods you can use to list the network interfaces in Debian 11. Listing Network Interfaces on … Read more

How to Flush DNS Cache on Ubuntu

Flush DNS Cache

Are you using the latest version of Ubuntu and looking for a way to clear your DNS cache? Then you’ve come to the right place. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to clear the DNS cache in Ubuntu 20.04 and Ubuntu 22.04. We’ll also explain why you should clear your DNS cache from … Read more

How to install and use iTunes on Ubuntu

Ubuntu iTunes

iTunes is a media player developed by Apple Inc. that lets you download, organize, and play media on your system and sync it with other devices. iTunes can be downloaded and used on Windows and Mac, but is not yet available in Ubuntu or other Linux distributions. You can use various media players as an … Read more

Install Visual Studio Code on Debian 11

VSCode Debian

Whenever you think about a good code editor, one of the best names that you often get to hear is Visual Studio Code. It is a free and open-source code editor created by Microsoft which can be used across multiple different platforms. Therefore, in today’s article, we will be explaining to you the process of … Read more

How to Install GNU Octave in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

GNU Octave on Ubuntu

This article describes how to install GNU Octave, an interpreted high-level language intended mainly for numerical computations. It provides facilities for numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for visualizing and manipulating data. Octave is normally used through the interactive command line interface, … Read more

6 Ways to Harden your Debian system

harden Debian server and desktop

Hardening refers to strengthening the security of your systems. Nowadays when data breaches are very common, even normal users are very much concerned about the security of their critical data. Therefore, in this article, we will share with you some of the best ways for hardening your Debian 11 and Debian 10 systems. Hardening Debian … Read more