How to install Firefox Quantum and speed up your web browsing

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Foxy little number This week, the web’s been ablaze, on fire even (pardon the pun) with the release of Firefox Quantum. Apparently it’s 2x faster and uses 30% less memory than Chrome. In today’s just […]

How To List All Installed Packages In Linux

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Quick howto: List all installed packages in Linux In today’s quick ‘just the examples’ howto, we show you how to find out what packages are installed on your Linux system with one simple command. Depending […]

HOWTO: Run Linux on Android without root

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You can run Linux on your Android tablet or phone! You might be thinking… “Wait, isn’t Android already Linux?”. Well, yes and no. Andriod is a Linux variant which is now heavily locked down. Mainly […]

Is there a OneDrive client for Linux?

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Simple enough question, easy answer? OneDrive for Linux. You’ve probably no doubt heard Microsoft whitter on about how much they love Linux and Open Source recently, but what about the use of their flagship products […]

Use your Chromecast from Linux and MacOS with mkchromecast

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Stream audio and video from the Linux desktop to your Google Chromecast? No problem! MkChromeCast is a free, open source app to cast audio and video from your macOS, or Linux desktop to your Google Cast devices or Sonos […]