Manjaro Linux is one of the most popular Linux distributions on the planet and impressively, one of the top three over at the ever popular website Distrowatch but does it hold up as something you should run as a daily driver? Find out in this Manjaro 17 Review. Installation is exactly the same as it has been for as long as I can remember so I'm not going to get into how it works.… Read More →
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ZorinOS is an up and coming Linux distribution based on Ubuntu that has begun to really catch on with users everywhere. With a visually attractive appearance and plenty of personalization options, it is quickly becoming the next best thing since Linux Mint hit the scene. Today, I'm going to take a look at ZorinOS 12 - Ultimate Edition from a user perspective. Before I get into this review, let me just say that this is not intended to be a review from a system administrator point of view but rather that of a user.… Read More →
With the recent release of Ubuntu 16.10, we thought we'd delve into the latest release of this popular Linux distribution and share with your our Ubuntu 16.10 Review. This review is intended for the desktop user. If you hop distros as much as I do (see Trials and Tribulations of a Distro Hopper) then you're probably pretty excited to mess with this release. The installation process for Ubuntu hasn't changed a wink. As per usual, it's one of the fastest and easiest installs out there and for my hardware, worked without issue.… Read More →
It's been a great day for Linux geeks (and those of us with distro hopping issues) because Canonical has released Ubuntu 16.10 to the public. This version, dubbed Yakkety Yak, is now available for all to download from the Ubuntu website. Ubuntu 16.10 will be supported for 9 months until July 2017 therefore if you are looking for an OS with long term support, stick with 16.04 for now.… Read More →
I've been a Linux user for as long as I can remember. Pretty much since I was a kid (I'm now 41) and there was a Linux distribution I could find. I didn't start with just Linux though.. I was installing OS/2 by floppy disk (30 or so of them) which was basically akin to punching oneself in the face for hours on end, especially when the last or next to last disk failed repeatedy and you had to start over. Oh OS/2. How I hated your many disks and the install time of 2+ hours. I even messed around with BeOS for a while. I purchased every release and loved it..… Read More →