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.

Linux Gaming: All You Need To Know

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.
- 21st Jun, 2019

Dual Booting Windows and Linux with BURG

How to dual boot Windows and Linux and have a cool looking boot menu to select which operating system to load.
- 29th Sep, 2017

Installing Linux Step by Step

This step-by-step guide for the installation of Linux is so easy that anybody can install Linux Mint and make the switch away from Windows.
- 31st Jul, 2017

Top 10 Great BURG Bootloader Themes

BURG Bootloader Themes for the boot loader on Linux based on GRUB which is highly configurable menu system with a themeable interface.
- 1st Jul, 2017

Switching from Windows to Linux

Many people aren't happy with all the privacy and tracking issues in Windows 10, so they are looking to switch to from Windows to Linux.
- 4th Sep, 2016

Using Grep to Search for Text in Linux

Grep is a Linux tool for finding text within files. It is essential command to master when using Linux. Find out here how to use Grep.
- 22nd Aug, 2016

Beginners guide to Reading and Finding Files in Linux

Linux contains many ways for accessing, reading and writing to files. In this article, we look at a few ways using basic Linux commands.
- 21st Aug, 2016

How to Create and Use Bash Scripts

Learn how to write Bash scripts on Unix/Linux, a required skill for system administration and a handy skill for the rest of us.
- 25th Jul, 2016

Understanding Linux File Permissions

In this tutorial we'll look at how to set Linux File Permissions and how ownership works. Also a handy Linux File Permissions Calculator
- 24th Jul, 2016

How to Archive, Compress and Extract files in Linux

Handy guide on how to archive, compress and extract files in Linux command line to create backups or archive data in various formats.
- 24th Jul, 2016