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We talk a lot about the different features and perks of various operating systems and the programs that work on them. There's often a decent amount of coherence between similar systems (or even similar versions of the same systems). But there’s one area that one Linux system vs. another, or Ubuntu vs. Windows can bring about problems, and that's gaming.

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Historically speaking, online and mobile games work better on some platforms than others. That isn’t to say there’s not plenty of crossover, particularly when it comes to mobile. The app stores for Android and iOS devices have a great deal of overlap in regard to games. But in general some systems work better for games than others—to the point that it’s not surprising to see conversations about the best Linux systems for gaming, or the best Ubuntu game offerings.

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Do you know that Thunderbird can be a calendar app? Just add Lightning addon, you will have a decent calendar app with CalDAV + online calendar capability. This tutorial explains how to sync your Thunderbird to Google Calendar account via CalDAV so you can read-write your calendar. You can then read calendar offline and sync them once you online again. Thunderbird + Lightning combo is great for productivity!

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Ubuntu 16.10 "Yakkety Yak" has reached End Of Life (EOL) stage at Friday 20 July 2017. This means the users won't receive official security updates from Canonical anymore. This leaves Yakkety users at least two choices, to stay at Yakkety (with using old-release repo) or to upgrade to 17.04 Zesty Zapus (by upgrading). This article explains shortly those two choices.

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With KDE Connect, a program available both for GNU/Linux & Android, you can transfer files between Kubuntu laptop and Android smartphone via WLAN. No hassle, no difficult MTP config, you just do pairing and go. This simple article is applicable to any other distro using KDE Plasma 5 such as Neon, openSUSE, KaOS, Netrunner, and so on. However, this article itself is written on Neon OS. Be happy with KDE Connect!

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This article is a simple list for interesting Cinnamon applets. You see here how to install applet, and then CPU Temperature Indicator, Pomodoro, Internet Search Engine, Net speed indicator, Record Desktop (screencaster, like Kazam), Sticky Notes, and Stopwatch. I hope this list helps you find your needs and ease your daily life.

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Linux Mint 18.2 "Sonya" LTS have been released on Sunday 02 July 2017. This short review highlights its Cinnamon Edition (LMCE) by mentioning some interesting new stuffs, such as new things on Cinnamon 3.4, the arrival of Cinnamon Spices Portal, new 18.2 wallpapers, and new login screen settings. Below, you'll also find how to contribute to The Linux Mint Project. Have a nice day with LMCE 18.2!

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If you're a beginner and looking for links to help you learning Debian GNU/Linux, this list is for you. This list collects some web pages useful for knowing, installing, using, and learning Debian. This also includes where to get help, where to ask if you have any trouble. This even includes some good videos introducing Debian and the installation. Furthermore, this includes links about contributing to Debian as well.

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These are suggestions after installing Debian 9.0 with GNOME Desktop. This article is divided into 4 parts: about system (including sources.list and sudo), desktop (including GNOME's network indicator & control buttons), daily life (including touchpad and shortcut keys settings), and special advice (for education, programming, and another fields). I also mentioned a download manager and multimedia support to help you switch from Windows or Mac OS X to Debian GNU/Linux. And finally, I closed this article with some further references for you learning Debian. Be happy with Debian!

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