Linux Mint is the most popular Linux distribution worldwide and its not surprising as its polished and runs smoothly. After giving up on Windows a few years ago, I use it exclusively at home. Unfortunately at the office I’m still on Windows, but I expect to be free of Windows very soon. Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca is a long term support release that will be supported until 2019. In this article we will cover a few changes and additions to Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca.
Previously, watching Netflix on Linux was a nightmare. If you are interested, you can read how to install Netflix on Linux, the pain in the ass way. Ever since Netflix started supporting HTML5, things got a little bit easier. If it was really that simple, you would not be reading this and there would be no need for this tutorial right?
Before installing Oracle’s Java Development Kit (JDK), we will remove OpenJDK as Linux Mint comes with the OpenJDK version of Java libraries. Android development is an example of why OpenJDK should not be used.
This is a step by step tutorial on how you can enable or disable and manage workspaces in Linux Mint. Workspaces are something like “virtual” monitor screens.
If you’re bored of your current theme, this article is a step by step tutorial on how you can change the color and transparency of the panel in Linux Mint.
This post is a step by step guide on how to control window positions (snap a window and centering a window) in Linux Mint.
This post is a step by step guide on how to change (as there are already existing keyboard shortcuts) and add new keyboard shortcuts in Linux Mint. In this tutorial we’ll be modifying a keyboard shortcut.