The automatic login feature in Ubuntu helps you to log into your Ubuntu machine without actually entering the user account password each and every time. Thankfully, you can easily enable or disable automatic login in Ubuntu. Here’s how to do it with just a few clicks.
How to Run Android Apps on Ubuntu [Natively]
Using Anbox you can install and run android apps on Ubuntu natively. With this method, Android apps will run smooth and fast.
How to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
Problems installing Google Chrome in Ubuntu? Here’s a simple and straightforward way to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu without any errors or problems.
How to Install Overgrive for Google Drive in Ubuntu
Ubuntu or other Linux distros have no official Google Drive app. Here is how to install and configure OverGrive in Ubuntu to access Google Drive.
How to Install Microsoft Fonts in Ubuntu [Quick Tip]
Without Microsoft fonts, some websites and documents may look out of place. Here is how you can install Microsoft fonts in Ubuntu in three different ways.
How to Change Grub Boot Order in Ubuntu / Linux Mint
Grub boot options help you choose the OS at system startup. If you want to, you can change Grub boot order to meet your requirements. Here is how to do it.
How to Check Hardware Info in Ubuntu
The system hardware info can be useful in many ways. Here is how you can check for hardware info in Ubuntu and in its derivatives.
How to Mount Remote Folders (FTP, Samba, SSH, WebDEV) in Ubuntu
To access remote folders in Ubuntu, you don’t need to have special software. You can just mount them directly in Ubuntu. Here is how to do it.
How to Make Password Asterisks Visible in Linux Terminal Window
Password asterisks make it easy to know that you are actually typing in the password. Here is how you can make password asterisks visible in Linux terminal.
How to Add Windows Like Taskbar in Ubuntu
Windows taskbar is quite useful to quickly launch applications you just minimized or to switch between multiple application. Though Ubuntu has no Windows-like taskbar, you can add it pretty easily. Here’s how to add Windows like taskbar in Ubuntu.