OpenOffice.org which is now Apache OpenOffice is an open-source office suite. It can be used for document writing presentations, drawing, creating spreadsheets, and managing databases. Apart from the ODF file format, it supports various other formats. In this article, I will discuss how to install OpenOffice in Fedora Workstation. Prerequisites To follow this guide you… Continue reading How to install OpenOffice in Fedora Workstation?
Java is one of the most popular programming languages. One of the biggest reasons why Java is so popular is because it is a platform-independent language. That means a program written in java can run on several different types of machines. But the only thing is JRE(Java Runtime Environment) should be installed on the computer… Continue reading How to install Java in Fedora?
In computing, a communication protocol defines the set of rules, syntax, synchronization of communication, and possible error recovery methods. These are the fixed standards that govern the way two devices communicate with each other. TCP and UDP are the two most widely used internet protocols that we are going to discuss here. What is TCP… Continue reading Differences between TCP and UDP
RStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the R programmers which includes different tools like code editors, builds automation, debugger, etc. RStudio comes in two different versions i.e. RStudio IDE and RStudio server. If you are using a command-line-based system without GUI then still you can use RStudio IDE and other R development tools… Continue reading How to install RStudio Server in Ubuntu?
Backup of a computer system is very important as it can prevent you from data loss in case of system failure. The possible causes of a system failure are disk failure, corruption of the filesystem, human errors, etc. There are various backup and recovery tools for Linux this includes tools like Rsync, Timeshift, BackupPC, etc.… Continue reading How to install Deja Dup in Ubuntu?
Falkon (formerly QupZilla) is a free and open-source web browser. It uses QtWebEngine which is a wrapper to the Chromium browser core. It has all the features of a modern web browser which includes features like speed dial, built-in ad-block feature, etc. You can also optimize the browser’s performance and memory consumption level. In this… Continue reading How to install Falkon web browser in Ubuntu?
Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software Inc. It is a privacy-focused browser that is based on Chromium. It offers built-in ad-blocking and website tracking features. In this article, I will show you the steps to install Brave browser on your Ubuntu system. Features of Brave web browser The key… Continue reading How to install Brave web browser on Ubuntu?
Microsoft Edge is a new feature-rich, cross-platform web browser developed by Microsoft. First, it was released for Windows 10 and Xbox One in 2015. It is based on chromium with blink and V8 engines. In this article, I will discuss how to install Microsoft Edge in Ubuntu. Features of Microsoft Edge The key features of… Continue reading How to install Microsoft Edge in Ubuntu?
Chromium is a free and open-source web browser mainly developed by Google. Many other browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Google Chrome, etc are based on it. It is designed with a minimalistic user interface so as to make it lightweight and fast. Officially there is no stable release you can download developer’s releases… Continue reading How to install Chromium browser in Ubuntu?
Vivaldi is a new feature-rich web browser that was developed by Vivaldi Technologies, a company founded by cofounder and ex-CEO of Opera Software. It is a chromium-based browser that aims at reviving the features of presto-based Opera with its own modification. Vivaldi has a clean user interface with simple icons and fonts, you can customize… Continue reading How to install Vivaldi browser on Ubuntu?