How to play Orcs Must Die! 2 on linux

Orcs Must Die! 2 is a tower-defense style video game developed by Robot Entertainment as the sequel to Orcs Must Die!. The game was released on Microsoft Windows in 2012 but never made its way to Linux. Here’s how to play it on your Linux PC. Getting Orcs Must Die! 2 working on Linux Orcs […]

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How to play games with Itch.io on Linux

Itch.io is a website that allows independent developers to host, sell and distribute their video games. It is widely known for helping get indie games off the ground. Here’s how to play games with Itch.io on Linux! Installing Itch on Linux Itch is available for all Linux users via a universal installer downloadable from the […]

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Get healthy reminders on the Linux desktop using Stretchly

Stretchly is an app that you can install on the Linux desktop to remind you to stand up, stretch and relax while working. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install Stretchly and how to use it too. Installing Stretchly on Linux Stretchly supports Linux quite well and supports a wide variety of distributions. […]

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How to watch YouTube on the Linux desktop with FreeTube

FreeTube is a standalone YouTube client for Linux, Mac, and Windows. The concept of FreeTube is to deliver users the YouTube content that they love, but without the prying eyes of Google watching them and saving data. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can install FreeTube on your Linux PC. We’ll also go […]

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How to add system information to the Linux desktop

Conky is a system monitor tool for the Linux desktop. With it, users can view everything from their RAM usage, CPU usage, disk usage, and more right on the desktop. Here’s how to get it working on your system. Note: Conky doesn’t work on Linux desktop environments that use Wayland. Installing Conky on Linux Conky […]

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