Upgrading is slow but definitely worth it.
With most Linux distributions now days you can modify the "boot" screen. This is where you usually see a customized logo for your version of Linux and a little spinning thing to indicate the computer is doing something in the background while you wait for the login screen to enter your password. The instructions below... Continue Reading →
A long, long time ago, KDE was a simple, great desktop environment for use on Linux, but they started going off in weird directions that I couldn't understand so I gravitated toward Linux Mint Mate, then Gnome, and then Xfce. Now I'm back. The problem I was having, even recently, was understanding what KDE's Activities... Continue Reading →
I cannot decide. There are too many options. A Microsoft Windows person would have no idea. It’s all the fault of Linux, or more properly “GNU/Linux” pronounced “Gah-New Lin-ux” or sometimes “Gah-New Lin-ox.” Much to the distress of the GNU people who provide all the software for Linux and BSD systems, nobody wants to say... Continue Reading →