It might sounds like an unpopular choice. While (almost) everyone uses google as their default search engine, I am switching to DDG (DuckDuckGo). I am going to see what it can bring as an alternative to google. I heard that this search engine doesn't track "our activities" online, which includes our browsing activities, etc. Use … Continue reading Switch to DuckDuckGo
It's so unfortunate that there is no Adobe Apps (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.) on Linux. I really love their apps, and so far theirs are the best and I think it's true that their apps are the industry standard in graphic design, etc. But it's ok, though. We got GIMP, Inkspace, etc. Although they are still … Continue reading Adobe Apps on Linux
I often received emails regarding to where my login came from and to recently. It is due to different OS (Operation Systems) I use these last weeks. I have been trying some linux distros recently, and those have different default browsers attached to them. That's why, whenever I logged in to any of my account, … Continue reading New Login From
Now back to configuring my Antergos linux. Gonna have to find out how to enable boot options for my Windows 10. [UPDATE] just figured it out here at Antergos wiki about dual boot with Windows.
Hi there, back again talking about my linux experience, or let's say, my linux adventure. Now I am writing this post from my Antergos linux, after reinstalling it, and finally got it work on my laptop. Yes, I get rid off my Linux Mint which I have mentioned it earlier this morning on my previous post. … Continue reading Hello from Antergos
After trying and compared 6 linux distros on my laptop, I finally can conclude that Linux Mint is the only distro which installed successfully on my laptop. I have written my "linux story" on my several previous posts, from back to linux, my brief story about Elementary OS, and other distros installation respectively. As I … Continue reading Mint, The Only Working Linux
It has been roughly 3 days I am trying to install a linux on my laptop. Wait, 3 days for only installing linux? No, it is not only just installing it. Installing linux may take up to an hour or more, depending on the linux distro, the installation choices you choose, and also your internet … Continue reading Still Working on Linux Installation