1. How to Remove '' Malware From Google Chrome.


    A short tutorial showing you how to safely 'remove' malware from your Windows 10 or Ubuntu computer. An annoying malware variant that directs you to then Bing Search among other things.

  2. How to Run Linux and Windows at the Same Time on Your Computer.


    Learn how to run any Linux  distribution  on your computer within Microsoft Windows. This lets you run Linux OS in a separate window, the same way programs, and games run. Allowing you to use and work with both operating systems at the same time. 

  3. Ubuntu for tablets - is it going to withstand iOS and Android?


    Multitasking, "magic edges", a variety of sharing options and a long list of apps - all these and more is promised by Ubuntu. The most popular Linux system is to charge onto the tablet market in style.

  4. Ubuntu 11.10 Officially Released


    Ladies and gentlemen, dear Ubuntu geeks, it is our greatest pleasure to announce today, October 13th, that the final release of Ubuntu 11.10 is here, available on mirrors worldwide (see the download links at the end of the article). Dubbed ...

  5. Firefox 5 Officially Available on Ubuntu 11.04


    This one was fast! All Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) users can now update their favorite web browser to the latest version, Firefox 5, officially released yesterday (June 21st). The new and improved Mozilla Firefox 5 web browser has been made ...

  6. Ubuntu 11.04 Officially Released


    Ladies and gentlemen, dear Ubuntu users, after three alphas and two beta releases, we are pleased to announce that Ubuntu 11.04 is here, today (April 28th), available on mirrors worldwide (see the download links at the end of the article). It is ...

  7. Canonical Will No Longer Ship Free Ubuntu CDs


    Canonical, through Gerry Carr, announced last evening (April 5th) that it will no longer distribute free CDs with the Ubuntu operating system, via the ShipIt Programme. The ShipIt service was created back in 2005 to distribute free CDs with the ...

  8. Ubuntu 10.10 Will Support Gestures with Multi-touch


    Canonical and Mark Shuttleworth proudly announced a few minutes ago that the upcoming Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) operating system will have support for gestures, with multi-touch. This is possible via Ubuntu's uTouch 1.0 gesture and multi-touch ...

  9. The New Ubuntu 10.10 Installer Is Live


    Today we had the pleasure of playing a little with the new Ubuntu installer, present in the latest daily build of the upcoming Maverick Meerkat (Ubuntu 10.10) operating system, due for release in October 10th, 2010. The installer is completely ...

  10. Latest ATI Video Driver Has Support for Ubuntu 10.04


    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) proudly announced a few minutes ago, July 26th, another improved version of its ATI Catalyst Linux display driver, available for both x86 and x86_64 architectures. ATI Catalyst 10.7 introduces final and stable support ...

  11. Ubuntu makes way to mobile devices


    A version of the popular Ubuntu Linux operating system is coming later this year for mobile internet devices and subnotebooks. Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, said on Monday that it plans to demonstrate the new version, Ubuntu ...