There is a great news for Linux gamers. Steam is working on a new
implementation of WINE that will allow you to
play Windows-only games on Linux.
The feature is in beta for now but if you
want, you can enable the beta feature and
try playing Windows games on Linux.
This could be a game changer for desktop
Linux adoption, don't you think?
I wrote a quick tip on fixing a common update
error with Debian/Ubuntu-based distribution.
I also updated the article on best free cloud services for Linux
and added a couple of more entries to this list.
If you are using GNOME with Ubuntu 18.04 or
any other distribution, you may want to read this article about using and
customizing GNOME desktop.
I also created a video showcasing LibreOffice tips in
action. The video is live on It's FOSS YouTube Channel.
My colleague, Avimanyu wrote a new article
in our Open Science category about Quantum Computing and using Cirq
John continues his love with not-so-popular
operating systems and this time he takes FreeDOS for a ride.
Oh! Linux turned 27 this week.
In the last 27 years, Linux has become the epic
center of the software world. If you like trivia,
you should read some interesting facts about Linux
and a timeline of Linux history. You
may also read a few interesting trivia about Linux
creator Linus Torvalds.
P.S. I am working on a series of Ubuntu
18.04 tutorials. Stay tuned for them :)