How to Update Your Mac Using Terminal

How to Update Your Mac Using Terminal

Using Terminal to update your Mac can save time and be easier for many – especially since the Mac App Store is known to lag on older devices.

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MVV MV-06 Wi-Fi Projector Review

MVV MV-06 Wi-Fi Projector Review

It is fun to watch a movie on a projector. Here we show you a great option in this MVV MV-06 Wi-Fi Projector review.

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How to Install OpenRazer on Linux

How to Install OpenRazer on Linux

Getting Razer peripherals to work on Linux can be frustrating at times. Learn how to install OpenRazer on Linux to add support for Razer devices.

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What Is Nohup and How Do You Use It?

What Is Nohup and How Do You Use It?

nohup is a supplemental command that tells the Linux system not to stop a command once it has started. Learn what nohup is and how to use it.

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How to Use the xargs Command in Linux

How to Use the xargs Command in Linux

Xargs is a useful command that links two commands, and allows you to multi-task. Learn how to use the xargs command to your advantage.

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What Is LVFS and How Do I Use It?

What Is LVFS and How Do I Use It?

How do you get firmware updates in Linux? Where do you get the drivers for your hardware? The answer lies in LVFS. Learn what LVFS is and how to use it.

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GhostBSD Review: Simple and Lightweight

GhostBSD Review: Simple and Lightweight

GhostBSD is a FreeBSD-based Unix OS designed with a simple desktop experience. Here we review GhostBSD to see if it’s the right fit for you.

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Flexispot Comhar All-in-One Standing Desk Review

Flexispot Comhar All-in-One Standing Desk Review

Standing desks have become very popular since people started working from home. Here we review the Flexispot Comhar Standing Desk to see how it fits into your home office.

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How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

SSH is an encrypted networking tool designed to allow users to log in securely to remote computers. Learn how to set up and use SSH in Linux.

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Roborock S4 Max Robot Vacuum Review

Roborock S4 Max Robot Vacuum Review

Many robot vacuums don’t have powerful motors and don’t work well with pet hair. The Roborock S4 Max Robot Vacuum actually works like you expect a vacuum to.

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How to Use Bash For Loop Commands

How to Use Bash For Loop Commands

If you are doing Bash scripting, you will have to make use of a For loop at some point in time. Here we show you how to use the Bash For loop command.

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Mosonth 2K QHD Webcam Review

Mosonth 2K QHD Webcam Review

Depending on the brand of laptop you have, you might have a webcam that ranges from fine to terrible. Here we look at the Mosonth 2K QHD Webcam to see how it performs.

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The Best Desktop Environments of 2021

The Best Desktop Environments of 2021

It can be hard to find the best desktop environment. Here are our recommendations for the best Desktop Environments for your particular use case.

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What is VSync, and Should I Turn It On or Off?

What is VSync, and Should I Turn It On or Off?

You may have come across a video setting called “vertical sync” or “VSync.” What does it do? Learn what VSync is and whether you should turn it on or off.

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Imilab C20 Home Security Camera Review

Imilab C20 Home Security Camera Review

If you are planning to get a security camera, check out our review of the Imilab C20 Home Security Camera and see if it is a good fit for you.

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How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux

How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux

As another video conferencing option, MIcrosoft Teams is available for Linux, too. Here’s how you can install Microsoft Teams on Linux.

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How to Find Broken Symlinks in Linux

How to Find Broken Symlinks in Linux

Symlinks are essential for linking files and directories, but they can easily break without notice. Here’s how to find broken symlinks in Linux.

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