How to install Android Studio on Ubuntu

Android Studio, like the name suggests, is a full-featured cross-platform IDE that enables you to develop Android applications to run on any android device. Based on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA, Android Studio comes installed with all the necessary features needed for Android development. The Android Studio build system is powered by Gradle – an advanced toolkit… Continue reading How to install Android Studio on Ubuntu

How to disable keyring in Ubuntu, elementary OS, and Linux Mint

One of FOSS Linux readers asked us this question, and we thought let’s publish an article instead of just replying to the comment. Ubuntu and its derivatives, including Linux Mint and elementary OS, requests keyring every time a user reboots the computer and launches specific Internet browsers, including Google Chrome and Chromium. What is Keyring?… Continue reading How to disable keyring in Ubuntu, elementary OS, and Linux Mint

How to enable Parental Control on Kids account on elementary OS

Parental control is one of the crucial things to be done to a computer before it goes in the hands of kids. Parental Control can be classified into two things to do. Firstly, setting the computer usage time so that kids won’t end up killing the valuable sleep and active play hours, and secondly, the… Continue reading How to enable Parental Control on Kids account on elementary OS

How to fix DNS leak issue with OpenVPN in Ubuntu

With ever-growing valuable personal data collection by even the biggest tech giants like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc., it is imperative to safeguard your internet privacy. ISPs also can record your internet usage details. Thankfully, VPN service costs have come down significantly, and so subscribing to a decent service like NordVPN, ExpressVPN, CyberGhost, etc. has become reasonably… Continue reading How to fix DNS leak issue with OpenVPN in Ubuntu

How to install VMware Workstation Player in Linux

VMware Workstation Player (formerly Player Pro) is available for free download and installation for personal use. It is a free alternative to VirtualBox, which is yet another excellent virtualization application. Please note that unlike VirtualBox, which is a Free and Open-source software (FOSS), VMware is proprietary software. You can run the installer on a Linux… Continue reading How to install VMware Workstation Player in Linux