Install KFind for improved file search

KFind is a standalone search tool from KDE. It has finer grained search than the default search in Dolphin (the file manager) and it just seems to be better at finding files. To install KFind in KDE neon, open Konsole and type, Enter your password and the program will install. After installation you can find […]

Konsole

Konsole is one of the most important and helpful programs on a computer. Important because you can do just about anything with it and helpful for pretty much the same reason. It can be found in the Applications Menu under Applications/System/Terminal. To be precise, Konsole is a terminal emulator running BASH (Bourne Again SHELL). A […]

Free VPN with OpenVPN, KDE Neon and ProtonVPN setup

To do this you are going to need a Protonmail or ProtonVPN account (the accounts are bridged so having one is having the other) and Kubuntu installed. I am using 18.04 but it should work on any Debian based KDE distribution. RPM based distros will require changing a couple of commands but I will leave […]

Dolphin fails to see shares in KDE Neon

I have both a Windows 10 machine and a NAS on my network and even with Samba installed I haven’t been able to see shares on the network without entering the address manually (eg; smb://192.168.1.254). Turns out there is an easy fix in the Ubuntu forums that works for Kubuntu as well. You simply install […]