How to Install Drivers in Ubuntu

How to Install Drivers in Ubuntu

If you recently moved to Ubuntu from Windows or macOS and are looking for a way to install drivers in Ubuntu, you have come to the right place. We have added 4 detailed methods to update drivers in Ubuntu, right from downloading additional drivers to installing Nvidia’s latest graphical drivers. Apart from that, we have … Read more

How to Install Python in Ubuntu Linux (4 Methods)

How to Install Python in Ubuntu

Generally, Python comes pre-installed in Ubuntu, but if it’s not available on your Linux distro for some reason, you can install Python in Ubuntu in a few steps. If you’re a developer, Python is essential to build various software and websites. Other than that, a lot of Ubuntu’s software relies on Python, so you must … Read more

How to Install Deb Files on Ubuntu Linux (4 Methods)

How to Install Deb Files on Ubuntu

DEB files on Ubuntu are similar to EXE files on Windows and DMG files on macOS. It’s a software packaging format for Ubuntu (Debian) systems, and the installation of .deb files is simple. You can double-click on .deb files to install them right away. Apart from that, with just one Linux command, you can install … Read more

How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

Have you switched to Ubuntu and are looking for a straightforward way to install Google Chrome? Well, installing Chrome on Ubuntu is as simple as installing other popular browsers on Linux, Mac, or Windows. In fact, there are multiple ways to get Chrome running on Ubuntu Linux. So in this tutorial, we have included two … Read more

How to Check Your Ubuntu Version (4 Methods)

how to check ubuntu version number

In Ubuntu, if you are installing a new program from the Terminal, you sometimes need to check the Ubuntu version to choose the correct installation candidate. Apart from that, from adding repositories to applying security patches, finding your Ubuntu version beforehand is crucial. So in this article, we bring you four simple methods to check … Read more

How to Take a Screenshot in Ubuntu (5 Easy Ways)

How to Take a Screenshot in Ubuntu (5 Easy Ways)

If you are new to Ubuntu and looking for a way to take screenshots, well, this tutorial will guide you through the steps and all the different ways to do that. Earlier, we compiled guides with the best screen recorder apps for Ubuntu and explained how you can record the screen in Ubuntu. Along the … Read more

How to Switch Between Wayland and Xorg in Ubuntu

How to Switch Between Wayland and Xorg in Ubuntu

If you are getting a dark preview after recording the screen in Ubuntu, it’s most likely because you’re using the Wayland display server. We tried some of the best screen recorders on Linux recently, but the results were all the same. Only when we switched from Wayland to Xorg (also called X11) on Ubuntu did … Read more

8 Best Screen Recorders For Linux

8 Best Screen Recorders For Linux

If you are searching for how to record the screen in Ubuntu, we have already explained using the built-in screen recorder and third-party apps. However, for those using other Linux distros, we have compiled a list of the best screen recorders for Linux users. We are aware that users have different use cases. While some … Read more

How to Record the Screen in Ubuntu

How to Record the Screen in Ubuntu

If you recently moved to Ubuntu Linux and are looking for the easiest way to record the screen, well, this guide is for you. We have added detailed instructions on how to screen record in Ubuntu. You don’t even need to use any third-party apps anymore as the Gnome Desktop Shell comes with a native … Read more

Best Tanks To Use In War Thunder (2022)

Best Tanks To Use In War Thunder (2022)

It is quite natural to get confused about which tank should you choose in this game. Each of the tanks are deadly and built to kill but there are a few that are the cream of the crop. Let’s get a closer look at the best tanks in War Thunder. Best Tanks to Use in … Read more