How to Set Up a Discord Server

How to Set Up a Discord Server

Setting up a Discord server is easy and can be completed in a few minutes. Here is a guide showing how to set up your own Discord server.

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9 Common ADB Commands You Should Know

9 Common ADB Commands You Should Know

Own an Android device? In this article, we cover 9 essential Android Debug Bridge (ADB) commands that every Android user should know.

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How to Fix Windows 10 Slow-Boot Problem

How to Fix Windows 10 Slow-Boot Problem

There are many ways to fix the Windows 10 slow boot issue. These methods will give you the best results in speeding the startup and restart.

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A Quick Guide to Linux Partition Schemes

A Quick Guide to Linux Partition Schemes

What partition setup should you use when installing Linux? Follow this quick quide to find out Linux partition schemes and how to go about doing it.

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PS5: A Guide to Backwards Compatibility

PS5: A Guide to Backwards Compatibility

Sony hasn’t been clear whether PS5 can play PS4 or older games. Here is what you need to know about the backwards compatibility.

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How to Build a New PC For Linux

How to Build a New PC For Linux

Linux works well on a new PC build, though there are some parts that you should take note of. Here is how to build a new PC for Linux.

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Do You Need a Boot Partition in Linux?

Do You Need a Boot Partition in Linux?

You might have come across a boot partition in your Linux installation and wondered if you need the boot partition in your Linux setup. Here are the answers.

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Save $30 on a Moto G Power Smartphone

Save $30 on a Moto G Power Smartphone

There are some Android smartphones you can pick up for just a few hundred dollars, like the Moto G Power Smartphone with a three-day battery.

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How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

Package managers are able to fix broken packages to get your system working again. Here we cover how to fix broken packages in Linux.

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