Build LineageOS for your phone


LineageOS: Building your ROM is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. Imagine having your own version of Android on your own phone! Hopefully this guide will help you boot into a standard Android device, unlock the bootloader (if necessary), and then download the necessary tools and latest source code for LineageOS (based … Read more

Linux Kernel: Building and configuring


The Linux kernel is the foundation of Unix-like operating systems. The kernel is responsible for the communication between hardware and software and for the allocation of available resources. All Linux distributions are based on a predefined kernel. However, if you want to disable various options and drivers, or test experimental patches, you will need to … Read more

Run Linux GUI Apps on Windows 10/11 with WSL


That’s right, folks! You can indeed run Linux apps on your Windows 10/11 machine with near native performance. You don’t need to dual boot, or use a virtual machine either. In Windows 10, Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a feature that creates a lightweight environment that allows you to install and run supported versions … Read more

Linux alternatives to Windows apps

Linux alternatives to Windows apps: In many cases, people are reluctant to switch from Windows to Linux because they fear not getting the right programs and applications for their daily tasks. Furthermore, there is a general belief that: “A paid service or project would be more reliable than a project that falls under the category … Read more

Gaming on Linux: A comprehensive guide

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Gaming on Linux has improved a lot over the years. No longer do you need a Windows PC to play the latest and greatest titles. In fact, many AAA titles work better on Linux compared to Windows. To make your work easier, we have put together a comprehensive guide with everything you need to know … Read more

Arch Linux: Installation on your PC

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Arch Linux is currently one of the most popular Linux distributions due to its versatility and minimal system requirements. Arch Linux offers a progressive version and always ships with the latest Linux kernel and features. It has a only command-line installer and is said, hence to be more complicated. This article is a step-by-step guide … Read more

Linux vs Windows: 9 reasons why you should consider


Linux and Windows have been around for decades. Which operating system offers more potential for the user in the long term? Why should you use Linux. With Windows 11 released, and new macOS dropping soon, a lot of people are wondering if they should upgrade or switch anytime soon. Here are 9 reasons why the … Read more