Microsoft’s Windows has been intrusive to users’ privacy—that’s not a secret. But its upcoming “Recall” feature should raise concern for everyone. EU countries are already preparing to investigate it, but I feel that Microsoft will get away with this as well. Microsoft
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It seems NixOS is the new Arch Linux. It’s the latest craze among the more advanced Linux users and now it is getting derivatives distros as well. We focused on SnowflakeOS which seems to be a beginner-friendly Nix derivative: SnowflakeOS: NixOS in
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It seems my rant on Ubuntu 24.04’s handling of third-party deb files rattled many in the community. While many people agreed with me, some think it’s a non-issue. A few crass comments are there telling me ‘to just use the command line’.
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Do you like short videos and reels? Lately, we have been posting some real cool ones on our Instagram account. There are lit video memes and interesting bytes of old interviews of computing legends like Torvalds, Stallman, Ritchie, Thompson etc. Take this
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Here’s positive news that should delight most Linux and open-source supporters. German state Schleswig-Holstein has decided to replace Microsoft Office with LibreOffice on over 30,000 employees’ PCs. Wow! German State Ditches Microsoft for Open-Source Software The end of dominance for Microsoft in
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This is a special FOSS Weekly edition as it focuses on Homelab. Wondering what is a homelab? Basically, it’s a dedicated computer(s) set up which resides in your home and serves various open source software on your local network. So, you run
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It’s FOSS has around 2000 articles and it is difficult to find the interesting ones just from browsing the website. This is what prompted me to consolidate articles based on topics. So, you get pages like Fedora guides, Rust series etc. I
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It seems Microsoft is nagging Windows users more frequently to switch to Windows 11. Time to upgrade to Linux? Perhaps. When support for Windows XP and 7 ended, it prompted many people to explore Linux on their personal computer. Will the demise
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