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How to set up the ProtonMail Bridge on Linux  19h34 23 février
The ProtonMail Bridge allows Linux users to use their ProtonMail account with traditional email accounts. Even ones that do not support ProtonMail, or it’s sophisticated encryption features by default. Setting up the ProtonMail Bridge on Linux is tricky for new Linux users, but not impossible...
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How to access Bitwarden passwords from the Linux command-line  18h33 23 février
Do you use the open-source password manager Bitwarden on your Linux PC? Do you like the GUI application, but wish that they had a command-line tool to use as well? As it turns out, they do Follow along with this guide to learn how to access Bitwarden passwords from the Linux command-line ...
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How to eject a USB drive with a keyboard shortcut on Windows 10  19h31 22 février
On Windows 10, you no longer have to safely eject an external drive or a USB. There is a setting that you have to change and once you change it, you can just remove disconnect the drive. If you haven’t turned it off, or you’re just in the habit of ejecting drives safely, you might want ...
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How to customize the Linux terminal with bash aliases  17h35 22 février
An alias is effectively a “shortcut” command in Bash. For example, if you use the terminal in Ubuntu a lot, and get sick of typing sudo apt update;sudo apt upgrade -y all the time, you can create an alias called “update” that will execute those same commands without needing...
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How to install the Cloudy GTK theme on Linux  17h19 22 février
The Cloudy GTK theme is a modification of the famous Arc theme. The design is that of material design, and it is stylish. It offers up a unique, bluish theme that reminds users of a cloudy sky. The Cloudy theme comes in a variety of different colors, including light grey, soft grey, dark grey,...
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How to hear the sound recorded with a live photo on iOS  22h59 21 février
Live photos have been around for quite a while now and there is a feature in the stock Photos app that lets you convert the live photo into a video. This video has sound which means the live photo had it too. When you play a live photo though, the sound doesn’t play with it, […]The post...
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How to recover a hijacked Chrome browser  20h16 21 février
A few years ago, installing the wrong app on the desktop, or the wrong extension in a browser was enough for it to be hijacked. Getting rid of malicious apps that did everything from changing browser settings to injecting ads, and manipulating search results wasn’t easy. Chrome was just as...
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How to install FFMPEG on Windows 10  19h56 21 février
FFMPEG is a collection of programs that can handle various audio and video encoding, recording, and conversion functions. It does a lot but it is a command-line tool which means there is no GUI for you to use it from. If you’re unfamiliar with how command-line tools work or unsure about how...
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How to securely erase a USB flash drive on Linux  18h28 21 février
Have a USB flash drive with sensitive files on it? Do you plan on giving it away to a family member or friend, but want to securely erase it first? We can help Follow along and we’ll show you how to securely erase a USB flash drive on Linux Option 1 – Erase USB flash […]The post...
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How to connect Wiimotes to the Dolphin emulator on Linux  18h03 21 février
Are you a fan of the Nintendo Wii? Did you install the Dolphin emulator on your Linux PC, but can’t figure out how to use your Wiimote in it? We can help Follow along with this guide to learn how to connect Wiimotes to the Dolphin emulator on Linux. Note: this guide requires the Dolphin ...
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How to record system sound with FFMPEG on Windows 10  22h08 20 février
Recording audio output i.e. audio from the speakers is a tricky process. You can’t just record it as input detected by the mic because there will be quite a bit of noise in the recording. There are of course ways to do it, and apps that allow you to. We’ve covered how you can record ...
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How to get high CPU and RAM alerts on Windows 10  20h11 20 février
Keeping an eye on your system’s vitals is essential. You don’t have to worry about the CPU or the RAM usage if you’re running light apps like word processors or a web browser but for heavier apps like animation tools, games, video editors, or large database programs, you need to...