Latest articles tagged “linux”

Latest articles tagged “linux”

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Built-in options to customize Google Chrome's New Tab page (edit shortcuts, backgrounds, flags)
Built-in options to customize Google Chrome's New Tab page (edit shortcuts, backgrounds, flags)
by Mihai Neacsu on 10 September 2018 · 597 views
The New Tab page update made its way into the stable edition of Chrome, with changes to the look of the 'most visited' sites list, the ability to add custom shortcuts there, plus custom Chrome backgrounds. We'll discuss each feature in detail here. ... Read more
How to change the default Google/Gmail account for users with multiple accounts (Desktop)
How to change the default Google/Gmail account for users with multiple accounts (Desktop)
by Mihai Neacsu on 26 June 2018 · 1037 views
In this tutorial we'll talk about changing the default Google account when being logged in to multiple Google accounts, in the same desktop browser. ... Read more
The Easy Way to Check your System Against Spectre and Meltdown CPU Bugs (and How to Protect it Against these Vulnerabilities)
The Easy Way to Check your System Against Spectre and Meltdown CPU Bugs (and How to Protect it Against these Vulnerabilities)
by Mihai Neacsu on 11 January 2018 · 1660 views
It's all over the news these days: two major hardware security flaws, named Spectre and Meltdown, have been discovered in modern computer processors. Here, we'll talk about how dangerous these flaws are and how to protect your PC against them. ... Read more
Game Review: Protect yourself from the horrors of the dark in  Darkwood [PC, Mac, Linux]
Game Review: Protect yourself from the horrors of the dark in Darkwood [PC, Mac, Linux]
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 19 September 2017 · 1242 views
Darkwood is a survival horror game by Acid Wizard Studio in which you scavenge and explore a vast environment to find the answers you seek, and during nightfall you pray for the morning light to find you safe from all the horrors that lurk in dark. ... Read more
Game Review: Change history in Vive Le Roi by M4
Game Review: Change history in Vive Le Roi by M4
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 17 September 2017 · 1120 views
Change the course of history by saving King Louis XVI from the guillotine in the new puzzler Vive Le Rui by M4. A game with clever puzzles in which strategy and stealth is everything. Will you be able to trick the guards and save the king's life? ... Read more
How to Change Your DNS in Linux
How to Change Your DNS in Linux
by Chris Thomas on 30 August 2017 · 1678 views
A brief guide on changing DNS server IP addresses within Linux using the resolv.config file. ... Read more
How to Benchmark your DNS for Faster Internet Speeds in Windows, Mac, and Linux
How to Benchmark your DNS for Faster Internet Speeds in Windows, Mac, and Linux
by Chris Thomas on 30 August 2017 · 2606 views
A guide on using the two most popular DNS benchmarking applications - Namebench and DNS Benchmark - to find the best DNS servers in order to speed up internet browsing. Covers changing DNS settings and a comparison between Namebench vs DNS Benchmark. ... Read more
Game Review: Explore Tangledeep [Windows, Mac, Linux]
Game Review: Explore Tangledeep [Windows, Mac, Linux]
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 3 August 2017 · 871 views
Tangledeep is a turn-based roguelike game developed by Impact Gameworks, the Early Access version of which is now available for purchase. Create your character, defeat strange magical beasts and discover the secrets of the Tangledeep labyrinth. ... Read more
How To Add Multiple Operating Systems On A Single USB Flash Disk
How To Add Multiple Operating Systems On A Single USB Flash Disk
by Gary Oldwood on 22 July 2017 · 1376 views
Here is how you can create a multi-boot USB drive for installing various Windows or Linux operating systems, as well as bootable recovery tools. ... Read more
Here Are The Best Download Accelerators For A Fast And Convenient Download Experience
Here Are The Best Download Accelerators For A Fast And Convenient Download Experience
by Gary Oldwood on 3 June 2017 · 1403 views
Download Managers have been around for a long time, but nowadays they offer various features that were never present before, such as support for torrent downloads. So, here are the top download managers currently. ... Read more
Game Review: Solve the mysteries and murders in Danganronpa 1 & 2
Game Review: Solve the mysteries and murders in Danganronpa 1 & 2
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 27 May 2017 · 951 views
Danganronpa is a VN full of mystery, chaos and amazing plot. The player controls a student who attends one of the most successful academies, Hope Peak's Academy. But what happens when murders begin and you have to solve them if you want to live? ... Read more
Open-Source Software Explained
Open-Source Software Explained
by Gary Oldwood on 16 May 2017 · 938 views
By the looks of it, open-source software is the next big route for developers and businesses, so here is what it is and how it works. ... Read more
[No longer working] How to post photos to Instagram from desktop using only Chrome, on Windows, Mac, Linux
[No longer working] How to post photos to Instagram from desktop using only Chrome, on Windows, Mac, Linux
by Mihai Neacsu on 9 May 2017 · 1020 views
Instagram recently added a new feature for iOS users: the ability to upload a photo using the mobile version of its site, loaded in Safari. In this guide we'll emulate this new feature under the desktop version of Chrome. ... Read more
Windows 10 Anniversary Update On August 2
Windows 10 Anniversary Update On August 2
by Gary Oldwood on 14 July 2016 · 580 views
Microsoft announced that it will make available to the public the Windows 10 anniversary update on August 2, for all devices. ... Read more
DOTA 2 Now Supports Vulkan API
DOTA 2 Now Supports Vulkan API
by Gary Oldwood on 25 May 2016 · 1014 views
The new Vulkan API is becoming more and more popular, and DOTA 2 has already added support for it. ... Read more
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