WSL is an incredible tool built into Windows 10 and while you're probably using it to run some hefty Linux loads, there are some incredibly useful commands you should know about to interact with it from PowerShell.
WSL2 is a significant upgrade over the initial version of the Windows Subsystem for Linux but installing it requires a bit of process. Whether you have WSL currently running or not, here's everything you need to know about installing and setting it up.
Interested in trying Linux instead of Windows or are you simply interested in how Valve uses Proton to play Windows games on Steam Deck? This guide will run you through what Proton is, what games work with it, and how to get up and running on Ubuntu.
Today at Computex 2021, NVIDIA announced DLSS will soon work with Steam games on Linux. The support will come through Steam Proton, an open-source tool that lets people play Windows games on Linux systems.
A new distro of Linux will soon be available that makes your system look like Windows 10X. It will feature a centralized Start Menu and an overall look that resembles Microsoft's upcoming operating system.
If you have a regular need to set up a WSL environment or you're just diligent about creating backups, there's a good probability you've been creating exports of your distributions. When you want to use one of these, here's how you import one.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux is a seriously powerful tool and while it's easy to be up and running from scratch in minutes, if you rely on it you'll be wanting to make sure you take backups. Fortunately, with the built in export and import tools, backing up and running from a backup is super simple to do. Here's what you need to know.
The presence of a Microsoft repo on the official Raspberry Pi OS has made a bit of a fuss among its community, with a decent number of people disagreeing with it being there and with how it was added. Fortunately, it's easy enough to turn off. Here's how.
There's controversy brewing in the Linux world with the news emerging that a Microsoft repo has been silently added to Raspberry Pi OS without consent. The official reason seems linked to Visual Studio Code, but it's fair to say very few are happy about it.
File systems on your PCs drives perhaps aren't your first thought but if you move between operating systems and you have a drive used with Linux it might well be in Ext4. This means you can't use it in Windows 10, and reformatting isn't totally straightforward. Here's what to do.
For greater control over setting up the server used by your website, VPS hosting is an option you should consider. In this type of hosting, you choose or modify a virtual machine with pre-configured server resources that are assigned for your website to use. Here are six major hosting providers that sell VPS hosting at really low prices.
For the ultimate in control over setting up and maintaining the resources used by our website, nothing beats dedicated hosting. In this type of hosting, you rent a server that's used only by your site. Here are five major hosting companies that lease their servers for prices starting under $100.
Microsoft Edge is now available in preview for Linux, and by extension, Chrome OS. Thanks to the built in Linux container, Chromebook users can download and install Microsoft Edge alongside Google Chrome with only one real caveat.