Category Archives: Linux

Install Previous Wallpapers in Linux Mint 19

Install Previous Wallpapers in Linux Mint 19

Linux Mint is well known for having gorgeous wallpapers shipped with every version of the distro. Linux Mint 19 is not an exception. It also comes with a set of beautiful desktop backgrounds. But it omits some of the background images which were shipped with Linux Mint previously. Here is how to get them.

Set Single Key Shortcut To Change Keyboard Layout in Gnome 3

Set Single Key Shortcut To Change Keyboard Layout in Gnome 3

The Gnome 3 Linux desktop environment is very unique. Modern versions of this DE have nothing common with the traditional desktop paradigm. Today, we will see how to assign a single key shortcut (not some key combination like Win + Space or Alt + Shift) to change your keyboard layout in Gnome 3.

Linux Mint 19 Beta “Tara” Released

Linux Mint 19 Beta “Tara” Released

Today, Linux Mint 19 beta ISO images were released to the public. The user can download Cinnamon, MATE, and XFCE editions to try out Mint 19 "Tara". Let's see what it offers to the end user.

Remove EXIF Information From Photos In Linux

Remove EXIF Information From Photos In Linux

Modern smartphones and digital cameras are able to add extra information to photos you take. Images taken with these modern devices can contain information like GPS coordinates, your camera or phone model and lots of other data. It is not visible on the photo, but accessible via the file properties dialog. In this article, we will see how to remove it under Linux.

Cinnamon 3.8 Released, here’s what’s new

Cinnamon 3.8 Released, here’s what’s new

Cinnamon is Linux Mint's flagship desktop environment. Started as a Gnome 3 fork, now it is fully independent. A new version of Cinnamon is out with a number of features you will like. It will be shipped with the next version of Linux Mint. Let's see the key changes done in this release.

Linux Mint: Xreader and Cinnamon Improvements

Linux Mint: Xreader and Cinnamon Improvements

The Linux Mint team today published their regular announcements related to the development progress of their latest distro and apps. The most notable changes of this month were made to the Xreader app, which is the default PDF reader of Linux Mint. Also, Cinnamon got the ability to set the maximum audio output volume.

MATE 1.20 released

MATE 1.20 released

A new version of the popular MATE desktop environment for Linux is out. This release is all about GTK+ 3 improvements and fixes. Let's see what's new in MATE 1.20.

How to Install Skype Snap in Linux

How to Install Skype Snap in Linux

Here is great news for Linux users of Skype. Skype is now available in Linux's "snap app" package format. If you are running Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Arch Linux, Debian, or any other distro with Snap support, you can install Skype easily without dealing with package dependencies.