Month: júlí 2017

A look at I-Nex – a CPU-Z like Application for GNU/Linux

When I was running Windows one of the first pieces of software I’d install after I’d grabbed all my necessities, was CPU-Z. It was useful for looking at temperatures, sérstakur, generating reports, and just overall gathering of information. In GNU/Linux we can do all of this

Firefox 56: automatic 32-bit to 64-bit upgrade

Mozilla plans to upgrade Firefox 32-bit installations to the 64-bit version of the web browser when it releases Firefox 56 later this year. While stable 64-bit versions of the browser have been available for Linux and Mac OS X for a long time, the same cannot

A look at the nano text editor in GNU/Linux

Given that I have been writing the odd article here and there about server work, hosting, VPS and the like, I thought that perhaps an article about editing configuration files / text documents in a command line scenario might be a good idea. There are a

How to set up and use iCloud Keychain on Mac

Sick of coming up with your own strong passwords? Let iCloud Keychain help. iCloud Keychain is Apple’s attempt at password management. It keeps all of your passwords and accounts for you and keeps them consistent across all of your devices. It can also generate passwords for

Microsoft Workplace Analytics Productivity Tool

  Productivity is a balanced combination of intelligent planning and focused efforts or in simple words, getting more things done in less time. Every workplace, howsoever large or small is largely driven by efficiency which manifests itself into productivity at a later stage. Lower or insufficient

AMD lifts lid on the Radeon RX Vega experience

It’s full-steam ahead at AMD. The firm’s CPU division has turned a corner, and then some, and the recently formed Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) is now gearing up to re-establish AMD as a competitive force in the discrete desktop GPU market. RTG’s hopes rest on the

How To Properly Format Code In OneNote

OneNote has come a long way since it’s release. It started out as a very basic note taking app. It’s had improved over the years and holds up reasonably well against the likes of Evernote. Microsoft’s productivity suite is also incredibly popular on desktops and OneNote

Hyperloop Pod From India Does 750 Miles An Hour

There are many companies working on Hyperloop technology and there is a race among them to create the fastest transportation system, expanding on Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s idea of a sealed pod that can travel free of air resistance and friction. For the uninitiated, a Hyperloop

Display The Status Of Installed Ubuntu Packages

How to find out the lifespan of Ubuntu Packages. ubuntu-support-status –show-all command shows the lifespan of Linux Ubuntu packages installed on the system. Display the Status of Ubuntu Packages Ubuntu users can use the following commands to check the status of all the installed packages. The…