There are several elements of the Ubuntu branding. For its fans, the orange and purple color symbolizes Ubuntu. In addition to that, Ubuntu has logo that consists of a wordmark (ubuntu written in text) and a graphic symbol in orange color. This orange ‘circle of friends’ is the identity of
When you start using Linux on your desktop, you probably stick with the beginner-friendly distros like Ubuntu or Linux Mint. As you get familiar with Linux and start loving it, you join Linux related communities on various social channels, follow websites that share Linux content (like It’s FOSS). And
In April last year, Arch Linux started including a command line based guided installer called Archinstall. If you think that’s not much when compared to the graphical installer of Ubuntu, Manjaro or other distributions, you are right. But you should also know that something is better than nothing. Before
GNOME is the default choice of desktop environment on many Linux distributions. It’s also my favorite one as it gives a modern desktop experience. But that doesn’t mean GNOME is perfect and doesn’t need improvements. In fact, here are a few suggestions to improve the overall user
Ever since Steam announced the Proton project, I had a feeling that gaming on Linux is going to see some sunny days. I am glad I was not wrong. According to ProtonDB website, 80% of the top 100 games on Steam now have gold or better ratings. Which actually means,
The year 2021 is coming to an end. Linux has been making headlines this year as well, and not always in a good way. Let me share some of the biggest stories from the world of Linux that impacts the users of Linux in general and desktop Linux in particular.
The past few weeks have rattled the desktop Linux community. Popular tech YouTuber Linus, not Torvalds but Sebastian, decided to use Linux on desktop for a month. Linus Sebastian wanted to see if Linux has gotten to the point where it is user friendly enough that any tech nerd can