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We embark on another test, another distro, another review. This time around, we shall glimpse, sample, taste, torture, and examine Kubuntu, the KDE-flavored of them distros of the current spring crop, and it ought to be an interesting exercise. Plasma Cosmic was good, fairly so, bringing back some of the


BackBox Linux for Penetration Testing A review by Jack Wallen from BackBox Linux makes penetration testing easy in various environments.Creative Commons Zero Any given task can succeed or fail depending upon the tools at hand. For security engineers in particular, building just the right toolkit can make life exponentially easier. Luckily,


A review written by In the spring, the snow thaws, the animals come out of hibernation, and the hunting season begins. The season of distro hunting! Fooled you there for a second, didn't I? Also, this is not true in Australia, which is on the side of the planet, and there it


Top 10 New Features in Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo A review by Abhishek Prakash from Ubuntu 19.04 is released. Excited to see what’s new in the latest release? Check it out. Did you know that the Ubuntu release names and versions have a specific logic. Read this article to know more about

Linux Lite

Linux Lite 4.4 is ready to replace Microsoft Windows on your aging PC A review by Brian Fagioli from One of the best things about operating systems based on the Linux kernel is they can sometimes be very lightweight. Why is this important? Well, when an OS uses very few resources,


Hands on With System76’s Beautiful Linux Distro Pop!_OS A review written by Phillip Prado from Brief: Linux system manufacturer System76 introduced a beautiful looking Linux distribution called Pop!_OS. But is Pop OS worth an install? Read the Pop OS review and find out yourself. When I saw that System 76 launched their #TryPopOS

KDE Neon

Just recently, I reviewed Plasma 5.15, and it was a good, pleasant experience. Throughout my review, I tried to avoid making explicit mentions of the underlying test framework - KDE neon - in order not to confuse the improvements in Plasma with the system itself. Now, it is time to give neon


A review written by Jason Evangelho from As part of my journey into the expansive and exciting world of Linux desktops, I've been engaging in a behavior known as "distro hopping." I'm sure many Linux users have their personal reasons for doing this, but for me it's fueled in equal


A review written by M.Hanny Sabbagh from Linux Mint is one of the most popular Linux distributions of all time. I have been seeing people using Mint everywhere on their desktops, and when I used to ask them about “Why Mint?” they simply say “It just works”. And indeed, it