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Virtual machines allow you to run different operating systems along with the current operating system. These operating systems will act as programs on the computer.
There is a misconception that Linux users do not need antivirus software. Yes, Linux performs security work better than Windows. However, anti-virus software is required for any computer to provide maximum protection to users. Although Windows antivirus programs are well known but fortunately for Linux users, there are many free antivirus programs. This article will bring you the top 7 antivirus software for Linux.
Nowadays, more and more sophisticated, more malicious types of malware are emerging. Anyone can know the harms that malware causes, but not everyone knows how they work. This article will point out 10 types of malware that are considered to be the most dangerous ever.
Canonical has officially announced the beta version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa for desktop, server and cloud products. The new beta includes a recently developed kernel, which provides support for a number of notable extras.
Microsoft Teams is one of the very popular teamwork applications across many countries and businesses. Since 2018, the manufacturer has released a free version of Teams, but certain features require payment.
If your job requires using a Linux distribution like Ubuntu, Debian or Red Hat, you no longer need to use a Windows 10 device to connect with colleagues at work, because Microsoft Teams now has available on Linux.