Linux has been around for almost 30 years. Here is a brief history of various popular Linux distros, the reasons for their creation and their philosophy.
In the event you need to troubleshoot your PC, you can find the Windows update history in Windows 10 and see what has been updated and is causing the issue.
Ever noticed full-width text “L I K E T H I S” on the Internet? There’s a lot more going on than you might think. Let’s discuss the origins of this trend.
Sometimes you just want things to stay between you and ….. you! Luckily, you can even hide the Linux Command Line History by using Incognito Mode. Here’s how.
Typefaces can shape a century of knowledge in their own way. In this article we take a look at those that shaped the period between 1900 and present day.
Sometimes the Safari browser on your Apple devices goes out of sync and stays that way. Luckily, you can force sync Safari history to get it back on track. Here’s how.
In this article, you’ll find the steps needed to retrieve your entire Google Search history, download an archive and remove it from Google Search entirely.
Most users are familiar with the basic Linux command line history. Here is a few relatively unknown, and yet effective ways to use command line history to speed up the way you work.
Don’t want your location being saved by Google Maps? Here’s how to disable Google Maps location history so that future visited places cannot be tracked.
You can use “Ctrl + r” to search the command line history, but these 4 lines of codes can make your command line search even faster and better
[Linux / Mac] While typing the command in the terminal, you can easily use the “Up” arrow to get it to show the last typed command. What if you want to search for a command that you typed last week? The solution is simple. Simply press the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + R” and you can […]
Browsing through several tabs within a browser can get tedious and confusing at times, especially when you’re skimming through tons of information from different web pages. If you use Firefox, the Tab History Menu add-on can help you see tab history with barely a click of the mouse.
We know you’ve got at least a little bit of geek in you because you’re reading our tech blog. How about turning back the clock and learning how far we’ve come with technology? Here are 7 wonderful (and free!) documentaries we’ve personally selected on the history of computing. They’re all available to download and/or watch online.
If you haven’t noticed, if you’re looking for a Linux distribution, you’re spoiled for choice. Sites like DistroWatch lists hundreds of different Linux distros on the site. But where did they all come from?
Linux has been around for more than 20 years and serves happily in both desktop and server roles. But it didn’t show up overnight. Linux is the result of the collaboration of lots of people over the years.
If you are using Ubuntu 11.04 or newer, you may have noticed that there is no longer an easy way to clear your recently opened items. They could have chosen to do this for different reasons like accessibility or convenience. However, there are some people who simply don’t want their recently opened files to be […]
During the normal everyday usage of your Android device, there will be accumulated digital junk files. These may be the cache from all of your Facebook exploits or a really full call log from all of your sales calls. For Android phones with low memory, this digital junk can take up needed space. It is […]
Nope. I am not referring to cleaning up your virus-infected phone, but if you are looking to clean up your cache and history to free up the storage space and system resources, 1-Click Cleaner allows you to do so easily. Regardless how big the storage space you have in your Android phone, if you do […]
Most Instant Messaging applications keep a history log of all your conversation. When you need to access your history, you can just do a quick search within the app to retrieve the conversation. The only problem arises when you are using multiple IM applications, multiple computers, or both. In such situation, retrieving a particular history […]
The Bourne Again Shell, better known as bash, is the default for most Linux distributions. It’s extremely powerful as far as command shells go, and holds all kinds of nifty tricks for those willing to learn. One of the best features is, in my opinion, the command history system. There are many options to use […]