Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo Beta Is Here: How To Update From Ubuntu 20.04, 19, 18

After all the news and waiting, Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo Beta release is finally available to download. Unlike previous Ubuntu beta releases that came with tons of visual and internal changes, this release is rather very plain. In this article, let’s look at the latest Ubuntu 21.04 Beta features and how you can update to…

5 Easy Ways To Create Bootable USB Media From ISO In Ubuntu Linux

We have already created the complete guide for using Rufus to create bootable USB media. Interestingly, RUFUS only supports Windows and Mac. So if you are using Linux distributions, RUFUS is not the way to go. But fear not. Like almost every other task, popular Linux distros such as Ubuntu have never failed to meet…

11 Best Linux Distros For 2021: How To Choose Your Windows Alternative

Last year, Linux grew at a tremendous rate due to a ton of factors. While the world of Linux does offer tons of choices, it might get overwhelming at first. That’s why we’ve prepared this Linux distribution list to help you select the best Linux distro to suit your needs. Some distros perform better at…

How to Install VirtualBox 6.1 On Linux?

Virtual Machines are software used to run other operating systems within a pre-installed operating system. This self-contained OS runs as a separate computer that has no relation to the host OS. VirtualBox is an open-source cross-platform software that can help you run multiple guest operating systems on a single computer. In this article, let’s look…

Ubuntu Core 20 Released For IoT Devices With Secure Boot By Default

Canonical, the company behind the most popular Ubuntu operating system, is already preparing for the next Ubuntu 21.04 “Hirsute Hippo,” which is scheduled to be released on April 22, 2021.Meanwhile, after Ubuntu Core 18 was released in 2019, Canonical has now made its Ubuntu Core 20 for IoT generally available to the public.Ubuntu Core 20…

Ubuntu To Use Google’s Flutter Toolkit For Its Brand New Desktop Installer

In July last year, Canonical, the company behind the most popular Ubuntu Linux, teamed up with Google to enable Flutter UI toolkit support for the Linux desktop.Subsequently, Google released Linux alpha for Flutter, which lets you build applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase with a native interface and app performance.Now leveraging…