It’s that time of year again! The time when we go around when we go around doing last-minute shopping, spend time with friends and family, and remember Christ’s birth.
Programs tend to be more or less the same all year round, but a couple of them change depending on the time of year, especially for Christmas.
From December 18 to January 1, VLC media player‘s striped orange cone sports a Santa hat.
VLC media Christmas icon
Ask a newcomer about Linux and they’ll probably mention something about Ubuntu. Someone a little more knowledgeable about Linux will know that there are many flavours, called “distributions” (or “distros”, for short), of Linux. There are over six hundred distributions out there, and they’re all labelled as “Linux”. What makes one distro different from the next, and how do you choose one?