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First Look At Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia Beta

A look at the the latest Linux Mint… Some big new features are in this version! Learn more and download: https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3445 Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! Also check out http://www.ezeelinux.com for more about Linux.   More great Linux goodness! LibreOffice 5.3 – Freedom Meets Functionality Linux Desktop Roundup | A… Read more »

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Ubuntu 17.10 Review – For The Record

I have been wrestling with the best way to review Ubuntu 17.10. After all, I have been an Ubuntu user in one form or another for many years. In recent years, the Unity desktop turned me off and I found myself doing a bit of distro hopping. After trying various distros, I ended up relying… Read more »

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An Introduction to Linux Mint 18.2

I take you through installing and setting up Linux Mint 18.2. We take a look at some of the applications that come with Linux Mint and I show you how to find more software for your computer. Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! Also check out http://www.ezeelinux.com for more about… Read more »

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Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Review

Looking for a Linux distribution that is both easy to use and extremely customizable? Look no further than Ubuntu Mate! Ubuntu Mate has proven to be a very popular distribution ever since its release. The latest release, 17.10, should prove just as popular, as there are a whole host of improvements. Thanks for watching. To… Read more »

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Ubuntu 17.10 Review

Ubuntu 17.10: Unity is gone and gnome shell is in as the default desktop. But how does it function? What about the Linux software and how does it stack up against competing Linux OS? Will Unity users be happy? In this review, I take a look at Ubuntu 17.10 and try to answer those questions…. Read more »

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Sabayon Bizarre But Useful

Sabayon, which gets its name from the the Italian egg-derived dessert known as zabaione, is a distribution that we don’t hear too much about these days, although the British Linux press gave it some love a few years ago. It was unassuming…with a hint of mystery. I tried it back then, when I was still… Read more »

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Solus Stands on Its Own

If I had to pick one operating system of the year, I would be picking Ubuntu MATE 16.04, if Solus hadn’t come along and stolen the title. If it was a contest (and let’s admit it; it is.) this would be nothing short of a gripping and dramatic victory for Solus’ lead developer Ikey Doherty… Read more »

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Mostly Smooth Sailing with Mageia 5

Mandrake Roots Between 1999 and 2006 I worked for a little company called Electronics Boutique. It was a great place for a college kid to work because you had access to all the latest games all the time. Software came in boxes and some of it was still on 3.5″ floppy. Great game studios like… Read more »

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Everybody Should Be Haiku Writing

As many of my readers have probably figured out, I am a fan of the stuff that’s “out there.” You don’t even have to use it. It doesn’t need to be something that will necessarily set the world on fire. If there’s passion in its development and design, I’m pretty much on board. And I… Read more »

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Finding Solace in Solus Linux

There are so many reasons why you might want to try a new distribution. For all intents and purposes, the desktop has very few jobs when it comes to the “average” user. You need a desktop that: Runs a web browser; and if you’re a Google Docs user, you can skip the next item! Runs… Read more »