Top 10 Linux Distros in 2018

Top 10 Linux Distros in 2018 Fosslovers

Introduction to Linux Linux  is a Unix-like computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open-source software development and distribution. The defining component of Linux is the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel first released on September 17, 1991 by Linus Torvalds. The Free Software Foundation uses the name GNU/Linux to describe the operating system, which has led to some controversy.  Linux was originally developed for personal computers based on the Intel x86 architecture, but … Read moreTop 10 Linux Distros in 2018

Best FOSS Alternatives 2018

Best FOSS Alternatives 2018

In this article, I am discussing Best FOSS Alternatives. FOSS stands for Free and Open Source Software. There are many Free and Open Source Softwares out there. We can take examples like Blender which is 3D Modeling, Rigging, Sculpting Software that is very popular among the 3D Artist. You are using different software on your … Read moreBest FOSS Alternatives 2018

Top Popular Display managers for GNU/Linux Distributions

Top Popular Display Managers for GNU Linux Distributions Fosslovers

Sometimes referred to as a “login manager”, a display manager is responsible for starting the display server and loading the Linux desktop after you type in your user-name and password. Simply put, it controls user sessions and manages user authentication. For the most part, a display manager performs its magic “under the hood”, and usually … Read moreTop Popular Display managers for GNU/Linux Distributions

Top 20 Frequently Used Basic Linux Commands

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This article gives insight into the basic commands of your Linux System. Many people think that, Linux commands are too heart to learn, but it’s not so hard. It’s simple as it is. To learn more about the various commands, it is usually possible to get additional information with the man program followed by the name of the … Read moreTop 20 Frequently Used Basic Linux Commands