CrossOver lets you run Windows software on Linux, macOS, and ChromeOS. Read the complete review to know if it’s worth getting the ‘paid version of WINE’.
Linux Mint is undoubtedly the best distribution for the beginners. The Mint 21 release makes it a bit better in terms of features and functionalities.
SpiralLinux aims to provide a simplified and out-of-the-box Debian experience. Does it succeed in doing so? Read in this review.
Want to set up a homelab but not comfortable with all the complexity? Umbrel enables you to self host multiple open source software easily.
Internxt is one of the rare few open source projects that ticks so many boxes. It is open source and yet easy-to-use commercial cloud storage service.
Here’s a quick look at CloudReady, an open source alternative to Chrome OS. It turns any system into a Chromebook like device.
If you follow Linux news enthusiastically, you might have come across a new name recently: JingOS. It is a new Linux distribution designed for touch devices. It can also be used as a regular desktop operating system on non-touch devices. JingOS JingOS
ProtonVPN is a popular open-source VPN service available for Linux and other platforms that include Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. You can also set it up for routers. In fact, as far as I’m aware, ProtonVPN is one of the few VPN
With some effort, you can install Arch Linux. You may also install a desktop environment or windows manager of your choice on your Arch system. That takes some time and effort but it is surely achievable. However, there exists projects that try
/e/ Android operating system is a privacy oriented, Google-free mobile operating system, fork of Lineage OS and was founded in mid-2018 by Gaël Duval, creator of Mandrake Linux (now Mandriva Linux). Despite making Android an open source project in 2007, Google replaced