Today I take a quick look at another Linux distribution that aims to make the migration from a Windows or Mac based system easier for new users.
Expanding on the written guide I just posted I’ve also put together a short video tutorial for you as well. If you like it and it helped you out don’t forget to like and subscribe!
So Today i’m going to give first time users a quick guide on how to set up a virtual machine using a program called VirtualBox. Virtual machines are a great way to try out new operating systems without having to go through the hassle and commitment of installing them properly. You can install Virtualbox on Linux and OS X but for today we are focusing on the Windows platform.
So first things first head over to the VirtualBox website and download the windows installer. Once that’s finished downloading you can go ahead and install it. Go thought the installer clicking next until and install until you get to here
Today I take a quick look at Debian based, Deepin 15.4 and give you my first impressions. Installed on a system with 16gb ram, an FX 8350 and an RX 480 8GB.
Today I take a look at Bodhi Linux, an Ubuntu based distribution that uses the Moksha Desktop.
Today I take a quick look at Ubuntu Gnome 17.04, made all the more relevant in light of the recent news regarding Canonical’s decision to drop Unity in favor of GNOME.
Today I take a look at Puppy Linux, a tiny sized operating system weighing at about 200mb! Installed and booted directly from USB.
Some footage from the new Bulletstorm captured from chapter 1. Playing at max settings using an RX 480.
Here I take a look at the current beta 2 of Ubuntu Mate 17.04 and give my first impressions. Enjoy the video.