Ubuntu has been one of the most popular server operating systems for years. The software has low hardware requirements and it is open source, making it freely available to everyone. Installation is simple in comparison to other operating systems thanks to its ready for use and downloadable images. Our article will detail the installation and what to keep in mind when setting up an UbuntuHow to install and set up an Ubuntu server
The Ubuntu-based Linux variant Zorin OS 16 is treated as a competitor to Windows 11. The visually appealing, Windows-like layout “Zorin Desktop” makes the switch to the Linux variant particularly easy for Windows users. Other features include a link with Android devices, preinstalled software, and easy installation. Here, we present Zorin OS in more detail.What are pros and cons of Zorin OS?
The Linux tee command provides a good possibility to output standard inputs as usual, and also to write them to one or more files at the same time. This way, the output can also be traced afterwards. How does the tee command work in Linux? And what are the benefits of using command? Everything you need to know about Linux tee can be found right here.How to write standard output to files in parallel with Linux tee
Plenty of Linux-based distributions already exist on the market, and new ones are being added regularly. One of them is the free POP OS (Pop!_OS). Developed by US-based team System 76, it offers a slim, intuitive user interface that runs on any Ubuntu-compatible hardware, is easy to set up, and is particularly suitable for gaming. Read on to find out more about POP OS.What is Linux POP OS capable of?
You can use the native software Time Machine to create a complete backup of your Mac computer in just a few steps. We’ll guide you through starting and running the backup process and show you other ways to back up data on Macs – from manual backups to cloud-based services.How to create a Mac backup
It can be difficult to keep track of all the Linux distributions available. Whether you are looking to switch your business to Linux or are simply curious about Linux and in the market for a new operating system, our article shows you the top distributions and discusses their different purposes. Read on to find out more.Linux distributions: the 25 best operating systems
MX Linux mixes Debian and antiX components and has evolved to attract ever growing user numbers and popularity. It has become a solid alternative for the most successful of Linux systems. Find out more about the MX Linux distribution, which users it is most suitable for, and what special features the operating system has in store.What is MX Linux? The reliable and lean Linux solution
Lubuntu is an ideal solution for upgrading older computers due to its low hardware and memory requirements. But the Linux distribution is also suitable for other purposes. In our article, we take a closer look at the Ubuntu derivative, who it’s suitable for, and what Lubuntu’s system requirements are. Read on for more.Lubuntu: fast and lean Linux distribution
Xubuntu is a community-developed derivative of the Ubuntu operating system. The distribution is suitable for users who appreciate speed, ease of use, and an elegant look, and want to get the most out of their laptops, desktops, or netbooks. In this article we take a look at Xubuntu’s advantages and system requirements.Xubuntu: the Linux distribution for maximum performance
Arch is a distribution that gives users a lot of freedom. At first glance, installing Arch is a little trickier than with other systems, but can be done. Here, we explain all you need to know about installing Arch Linux, from getting prepped to downloading Arch Linux and following each installation step. Read on for more.Install Arch Linux: Simple steps towards a functioning system