Linux is an Open Source computer operating system designed primarily for the PC but also available for a wide range of other systems. These tutorials can be of benefit to beginners looking to get started in the world of Linux computing.
I've long preached at how good Linux is and why you should switch from Windows to Linux, but there is one thing I still use Windows for and that is gaming.
How to dual boot Windows and Linux and have a cool looking boot menu to select which operating system to load.
Installation of Linux has been seen as a difficult task for new users. This step-by-step guide is so easy that everybody can install Linux Mint easily.
BURG is a boot loader for Linux based on GRUB. BURG has a highly configurable menu system which works in both text and graphic mode and it features a themeable interface.
Windows 10 has been out for over a year now, and for the most part, it has been accepted well. Still, some people aren't happy with the privacy issues and the sheer amount of tracking, not to mention the security issues, and so may be looking for an alternative...
Grep is a Unix tool used for finding text within files. This tool is very simple to use, much misunderstood and very powerful. It is an essential command to master when using Unix and Linux.
Linux contains many, many, ways for accessing files, reading and writing to them. In this article, we look at a few ways to read and write files using basic Linux commands.
Learn how to write Bash scripts on Unix/Linux, a required skill for system administration and a handy skill for the rest of us.
Linux File Permissions specify who can do what with files or directories and in this tutorial, we'll look at how to set Linux permissions on files and directories and how ownership works.
It's often useful to be able to archive multiple files into a single file, for backup or organisation reasons. These archives are often compressed to save disk space. Read on and find out how to archive, compress and extract files in Linux.