How to Delete a Directory in Linux

How to Delete a Directory in Linux

It’s important to understand how to manage directories in your OS. If you’re new to Linux, this article shows how to delete a directory.

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How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

This guide shows how to easily reset your root password in Linux so that you don’t lose all administrative privileges to your machine.

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8 Reasons to Switch from Windows to Linux

8 Reasons to Switch from Windows to Linux

There’s been an upsurge in the number of users switching from Windows to Linux. Here are the reasons to make that switch from Windows to Linux.

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How to Easily Rename Files in Linux

How to Easily Rename Files in Linux

Renaming files can be an easy or difficult task depending on the tools you use. Here are some easy and useful ways to rename files in Linux.

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Steam Not Opening? Here Are the Fixes

Steam Not Opening? Here Are the Fixes

Despite efforts from Epic Games and Microsoft to carve out territory in the vast PC gaming landscape, Steam still remains the top dog with a lion’s share of up to 70 percent of the entire global desktop gaming market. For people who are serious about PC gaming, there really is no choice but to install […]

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What Is 6G and How Does It Work?

What Is 6G and How Does It Work?

Technology companies are already preparing themselves for the next generation of wireless technology, namely 6G. Find out how it works.

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Hitman Scam: What It Is and How to Deal with It

Hitman Scam: What It Is and How to Deal with It

The “hitman” scam involves an alleged attempt on the life of the victim. Find out what hitman scams look like, why they’re so effective, and what you can do about it.

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Using a Raspberry Pi to Build a Mini DIY Laptop

Using a Raspberry Pi to Build a Mini DIY Laptop

While you can’t build a high-end laptop just like a home-built desktop system, you could make use of a Raspbery Pi board to build a mini laptop. Here’s how.

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HostGator Review 2018: Performance and Speed Tests

HostGator Review 2018: Performance and Speed Tests

Hostgator is one of the biggest and most popular web-hosting providers. In this Hostgator review we tested its server performance and speed to see if it is worth recommending.

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The Dark Side of AI and Video Editing

The Dark Side of AI and Video Editing

The way we are mixing artificial intelligence with video editing and rendering software could have some pretty sinister implications if the technology is abused.

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Why Is Windows Taking So Long to Shut Down?

Why Is Windows Taking So Long to Shut Down?

It often takes a long time for your Windows computer to shut down. Why is this so? Let’s take a look at its shutdown processes, and you’ll understand why.

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Would a Phone With a Keyboard Be Feasible Anymore?

Would a Phone With a Keyboard Be Feasible Anymore?

With the touchscreen keyboards of smartphones today. that doesn’t stop other initiatives from trying to bring phones with a keyboard back. But will it fly with the public?

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Beware of Fake Ad-Blocking Chrome Extensions!

Beware of Fake Ad-Blocking Chrome Extensions!

While Chrome extensions have allowed us to have a great deal of flexibility to customize the browser, beware, as you might have installed a fake ad-blocker extension you thought would protect you!

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Would a Facebook Subscription Model Work?

Would a Facebook Subscription Model Work?

Facebook is now discussing a new subscription model that might help it avoid future privacy problems, but would a subscription model work? Let’s explore this option.

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The Showdown Between Bug Bounty Programs and Penetration Testing

The Showdown Between Bug Bounty Programs and Penetration Testing

Netflix started a “bug bounty” program that compensates hackers who report vulnerabilities to the company. The question, however, is whether bug bounty programs are really more effective than having an in-house penetration testing team.

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