11 Uses for the ‘ps’ Command in Linux

11 Uses for the ‘ps’ Command in Linux

The ps command is a frequently-used tool for system administrators. It’s used to list the currently-running processes on your system. Here are some great uses for it.

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How to Identify Your Apple TV Model

How to Identify Your Apple TV Model

Apple did not do a great job of making the various Apple TVs visually distinct from one another. Here are some ways to easily identify your Apple TV model.

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7 Essential Music-Making Apps for iOS

7 Essential Music-Making Apps for iOS

Are you looking to create some music on your iOS devices? You can now go beyond voice memos with these essential music-making apps for iOS.

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How to Check the Health of SSD in macOS

How to Check the Health of SSD in macOS

Storage media, including SSDs, will fail when you least expect it. macOS offers tools that can check the disk health of your SSD and other attached disks.

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How to Schedule Emails in Gmail

How to Schedule Emails in Gmail

Email scheduling is a useful tool for pre-writing emails you know you’ll want to send at a specific time. Here is how to schedule emails in Gmail.

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7 Essential Linux Apps for Guitarists

7 Essential Linux Apps for Guitarists

If you have a digital audio device that can connect your guitar to a PC, here is some software you can use to record, edit and process the signal.

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Dolby Atmos vs DTS:X – Which Is Better?

Dolby Atmos vs DTS:X – Which Is Better?

Different codecs, like Dobly Atmos and DTS:X, have different surround-sound capabilities and support different types of hardware used in higher-end home theater systems.

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How to Completely Uninstall an App on Mac

How to Completely Uninstall an App on Mac

While uninstalling apps on macOS is easy, there are times where it leaves some residual files around. Learn how to completely uninstall apps on macOS.

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How to Add Text to a Video in Final Cut Pro

How to Add Text to a Video in Final Cut Pro

By using titles, you can easily add text to your Final Cut video projects. This could be the title of a video, the location of a scene, or a source for archive footage.

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What You Need to Know About NVMe SSD

What You Need to Know About NVMe SSD

NVMe is a storage system that promises to exponentially increase the bandwidth available to storage devices. Here’s what you need to know about NVMe SSDs.

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How to Force Quit an Application in OS X

How to Force Quit an Application in OS X

Force-quitting an unresponsive app is a quick and effective way to prevent your system from crashing. Here are some ways to force quit applications in Mac OS X.

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80 Plus Power Supply Ratings and What They Mean

80 Plus Power Supply Ratings and What They Mean

The 80 Plus system is used to rate computer power supplies based on their reliability and efficiency. Here’s what you need to know about the 80 Plus power supply rating system.

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How to Install and Use wget on Mac

How to Install and Use wget on Mac

wget is a non-interactive command-line utility for download resources from a specified URL. Learn how to install and use wget on macOS.

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The Ultimate Superuser’s Guide to uBlock Origin

The Ultimate Superuser’s Guide to uBlock Origin

While uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available, its design is also a little obscure. Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of uBlock Origin.

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7 Things that Suck About Windows 10

7 Things that Suck About Windows 10

Windows 10 gets plenty of flack. Does it deserve it? Here’s our abridged list of things in Windows 10 that are as bad as stepping on a Lego.

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How macOS App Sandboxing Protects Users

How macOS App Sandboxing Protects Users

Sandboxing is a tool used by macOS to limit the damage that a hijacked app can do. Here is how macOS app sandboxing works to protect its users.

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Why Do Data Breaches Happen So Often?

Why Do Data Breaches Happen So Often?

The news is packed with reports of huge data breaches, and they never seem to cease. This is a quick look at how data breaches work and why it is impossible to eradicate them.

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Commander One: a Finder Replacement for macOS

Commander One: a Finder Replacement for macOS

If you are frustrated by Finder’s limitations, Commander One can provide more functionality than Finder, catering to the needs of specific classes of users.

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How to Record Your Screen on a Mac

How to Record Your Screen on a Mac

Recording your screen on a Mac used to be a real trial, but it’s become incredibly easy in macOS Mojave. Here’s how you can record your screen on a Mac.

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