Category: System Admin

GPU-Z Can Now Detect Fake NVIDIA Graphics Cards

Sellers have been modifying lower end NVIDIA graphics cards and selling them more powerful cards online. In a recent version of the GPU-Z graphics card information utility, TechPowerUp has added the ability to now detect these fake NVIDIA cards This new feature allows buyers of cards

How to Install Pip on Ubuntu

Pip is a command line tool that allows you to install software packages written in Python. Learn how to install Pip on Ubuntu and how to use it for installing Python applications. There are numerous ways to install software on Ubuntu. You can install applications from

Cozy is a Cozy Little Audiobook Player for Linux

We review Cozy, an audiobook player for Linux. Read to find out if it’s worth to install Cozy on your Linux system or not. Audiobooks are a great way to consume literature. Many people who don’t have time to read, choose to listen. Most people, myself

ScreenCloud: The Screenshot++ App

ScreenCloud is an amazing little app, that you don’t even know you need. The default screenshot procedure on desktop Linux is great (Prt Scr Button) and we even have some powerful screenshot utilities like Shutter. But ScreenCloud brings one more really simple yet really convenient feature

How to Use RAR files in Ubuntu Linux [Quick Tip]

RAR is a quite good archive file format. But, it isn’t the best when you’ve got 7-zip offering great compression ratios and Zip files being easily supported across multiple platforms by default. It is one of the most popular archive formats, en, Ubuntu‘s archive manager does

13 Keyboard Shortcut Every Ubuntu 18.04 User Should Know

Knowing keyboard shortcuts increase your productivity. Here are some useful Ubuntu shortcut keys that will help you use Ubuntu like a pro. You can use an operating system with the combination of keyboard and mouse Note: The keyboard shortcuts mentioned in the list is intended for

Nano 3.0 Released! Reads Files 70% Faster

A new major release of open source text editor GNU nano is here. GNU nano 3.0 reads files 70% faster and brings several other features. GNU nano is one of the most popular terminal based text editors. Those who keep forgetting how to exit Vim, seek

Tracktion’s T7 DAW is Now Free to Download on Linux

There are several good Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) available for Linux. þó, only a few of them are free to download. nú, Tracktion’s T7 DAW became a freeware (although, not an open source software) and it is available for free to download across multiple platforms (Linux,