How to install Pepper Flash on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Pepper Flash

Content on some websites like animations, videos, and games need flash player to be installed and running on your browser. Flash player enables your web browser to run multimedia content. For chrome users, Flash player is already installed but if you are a chromium user, you will need to manually install it. There are many … Read more

How to Install TeamViewer on Debian 10

TeamViewer on Debian 10

TeamViewer is a popular application that can be used for desktop sharing, remote support, online meetings and file sharing between remote computers. It is a cross-platform application and can run on Windows and Linux, this means that you can use it to help friends and family remotely with Windows problems from your Linux desktop. Teamviewer … Read more

4 Ways to sign out of Debian 10 Desktop

Exit Debian 10 Desktop

When you are using a system with multiple user accounts, you have to use switch user option so that other users may access your system. But switching user account is not the optimum solution as it does not end a user’s session. All the opened applications of a user keep running in the background and … Read more

How to Listen to Online Radio Stations on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Online Radio Programs

Most Millenials would remember the stand-alone radio device from the old times that was dedicated to one purpose; fetching and playing radio signals from radio stations. Times have changed now and there are multiple applications that let you listen to your favorite radio on your smartphones. Listening to radio on your computer system is a … Read more

How to install Vanilla Gnome Desktop on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Vanilla GNOME Desktop

In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, there is a customized version of the Gnome desktop. Ubuntu has done some changes on its 18.04 release to make it look like Unity desktop. However, some users might not like these changes. For them, there is a simple and minimized Gnome desktop environment also known as Vanilla desktop that they … Read more

How to manage user accounts in Debian 10

Debian 10 User Management

System administrators create user accounts when they have finished setting up a new machine. Removing and assigning root privileges to existing users is also part of their job. In this article, I am going to discuss the topic of managing user accounts in Debian version 10. This includes creating a new user, changing the password, … Read more

How to force Ubuntu to stop collecting your data from your PC

Ubuntu Stop sending reports

Ubuntu collects information from your system including hardware and software and sends them to Ubuntu servers. The data includes the information about the packages you have installed, how you are using it, and the applications crash reports. It also generates reports related to generic hardware related information like upgrades, processor architecture, installed memory, screen resolution … Read more