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How to check Linux OS version

This tutorial is about how to check the Linux OS version. We will do our best to help you understand this guide. I hope you enjoy this blog How to check Linux OS version. If your answer is yes, please share after reading. Check out How to Check Linux Operating …

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Images of the discontinued Nokia Senna tablet running MeeGo OS have been leaked online

A Nokia tablet that was at an advanced stage of development but never launched has popped up online. The Nokia tablet, codenamed Senna, dates back to 2011, when the world was waking up to the concept of handheld computing introduced by tablet devices. Apple launched the iPad just a year …

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Firefox 95.0.1 fixes Microsoft.com connectivity issues and other bugs

Mozilla plans to release a minor upgrade to the stable version of its web browser today. Firefox 95.0.1 is a bug fix version that fixes several problems in the browser, including a connection problem to multiple Microsoft domains. The connectivity issue was posted on Bugzilla, Mozilla’s bug tracking site, five …

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Amazon wants to stream Windows games on Luna over Linux

Luna, Amazon’s streaming games platform, is breaking new ground with its latest job advertisement. The company is looking for engineers familiar with DXVK, Wine (Proton), and Mesa. These are the same technologies that enable Windows game compatibility on Valve’s upcoming Steam Deck. In fact, these tools are already available to …

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Asus Chromebook CX1101 laptop with 4GB of RAM, military grade case under Rs 20,000

Consumers can use the Asus Chromebook CX1101 between December 15 and 21, 2021 at a special discount of Rs.18,999. The Asus Chromebook CX1101 comes with a 42 Wh battery, and the company claims it can back up the battery for up to 13 hours along with support for fast charging. …

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How to view and delete download history in Google Chrome

If you’re using Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chrome OS, it’s easy to see a list of your previously downloaded files and, if necessary, clear your download history. That’s how it’s done. First, open Google Chrome. In any window, click the main menu button (three vertical dots) in …

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Kali Linux 2021.4 released with 9 new tools, further Apple M1 support

Kali Linux 2021.4 was released today by Offensive Security and includes further Apple M1 support, increased Samba compatibility, nine new tools and an update for all three main desktops. Kali Linux is a Linux distribution that enables cybersecurity professionals and ethical hackers to conduct penetration tests and security audits for …

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How to install and uninstall Microsoft Edge on Linux

If you are using and wanting to use a Linux distribution install or uninstall Microsoft Edge on your computer you can do this as follows. There are mainly two ways to install Microsoft Edge on your Linux computer, but this article shows the easier way – the GUI method. Mozilla …

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How CentOS is changing the cloud Linux game

Image Credit: Dreamstime In the midst of all the news AWS re: inventing Last week – mainframe modernization, database updates, ARM-based Graviton3, etc – you may have missed one thing, but it deserves the spotlight: Amazon Linux 2022. AWS CEO Adam Selipsky didn’t mention it in his keynote, although there …

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Install AnyDesk on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy using the command terminal

AnyDesk is an alternative to Teamviewer application that allows users to connect to access remote desktop or laptop over the internet. Just like TeamViewer, it’s free for personal use too, while commercial users need to buy licenses. In addition to Linux, AnyDesk is also available for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, …

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