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The new laptop arrives

Okay, I am going to be very traditional man in this post and waffle on about my latest electrical gadget.  Please forgive me and be assured that I am still as modern a man as before, I still do the cooking in our house for a start.  792 more words


A Productivity-oriented, Minimalist Linux - Elementary OS

I am a teacher and I love facilitating the computer to teach. There are some options that a black-/whiteboard can’t offer you. But Windows sometimes decides to just randomly update your system, which sucks if you are teaching a class. 769 more words



So I mentioned on Mastodon not long ago that I have been eyeing Redox OS for a test run. Not to switch to it or anything, but rather to just see what it’s all about. 648 more words


Unified Look and Feel

This week, I thought I would speak about an issue that has been particularly relevant to me lately. As well as outlining a little history and some interesting snippets of information, I will explain how I finally decided to stick to my current distribution after testing several new ones for the past fortnight. 404 more words


If you’re a seasoned power user, you’ll likely find Elementary OS to be rather boring, closed off, and annoying. However, I have installed Elementary OS on machines of friends who are not very computer friendly, and they have had no problems for years now, without a single complaint. 26 more words


Pantheon Desktop (elementary OS 0.4.1 ‘Loki’)

This week, I’d like to shine a spotlight on the Pantheon desktop – this desktop was created for elementary OS by the developers of said distribution. 618 more words


So, I’ve taken a look at a number if distributions so far, like Linux Mint, Manjaro and KDE Neon, but I figured I should show another distribution that I’d highly recommend for users who are new to GNU/Linux systems; Elementary OS… 12 more words