How to Move Clock to the Left or Right Corner in Ubuntu 22.04

For those don’t like to have the ‘date and time’ menu in the center of top panel, here’s how to move it to either left or right in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Ubuntu, definitely the GNOME desktop, does not have option to configure the clock menu position. But, there are a few extensions can do the job. And, here I’m going to show you how to install and use them. Tip: Extensions introduced in this tutorial should work on all Linux uses GNOME 42, e.g, Fedora 36, Arch Linux, Manjaro. Step 1: Enable ability to install Gnome Extensions Usually, we install Gnome shell extensions by visiting and use the ON/OFF

How to Move Start Button to the Left Corner in Windows 11

One of the most noticeable changes in Windows 11 is to the taskbar. The taskbar icons now float at the center of the display. They stretch out equally to both sides as you open more and more applications that take up space on the taskbar. The change is fresh, mimics the launcher layout of the macOS, however, it is also a bit convenient. I mean if you are willing to adjust to it. The new taskbar layout is quite different from what we have seen in Windows since its origin. As somebody who is accustomed to using the start button at the very left corner, you may have some difficulty

Flashback: the Sony Xperia X series left us feeling like something was missing

  Sony’s flagship Xperia Z line gathered a few loyal followers back in its day and had several esteemed members in its ranks. However, in February 2016 the series abruptly came to an end with the arrival of the Xperia X series. Sony didn’t quite move away from flagships, but the new models definitely had a different feel to them compared to the Z5 series (which included highlights like the first phone with a 4K screen). Let’s look at the original trio. Sony Xperia X Performance The Sony Xperia X Performance was the leader of the pack with a Snapdragon 820 chipset, a much-needed upgrade over the disastrous Snapdragon 810

How to Check How Much iCloud Storage You Have Left

Apple’s iCloud service is a great way to store documents and backups in the cloud, but the space isn’t unlimited. Here’s how to check how much free space you have left in your iCloud account on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. How to Check iCloud Storage Space on iPhone or iPad Checking your available iCloud storage space is easy on an iPhone or iPad. First, open the Settings app. In Settings, tap your Apple account avatar or name. On your account screen, scroll down and tap “iCloud.” On the iCloud summary page, you’ll see a bar graph that depicts how much of your iCloud storage space is in use. To

Remove Top Bar, Left Dock, Other UI Elements in Ubuntu 20.04 via Extension

Want to disable the top panel, left dock launcher, search box, and other Gnome UI elements in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? You can now do it via a Gnome Shell extension. Just Perfection is an extension allows you to get a super minimal GNOME desktop. It offers a list of options to toggle on / off the visibility of Gnome top bar, Dash (dock launcher), Search (search box in both Activities view and ‘Show Applications’), Hot Corner, OSD (notification pop-up), Workspace popup and workspace switcher, Background Menu, App Gesture. It also overrides the current GNOME shell theme while user themes extension is not required. To install the extension in Ubuntu 20.04,

Dying Light Offers Limited-Time Left 4 Dead 2 Event and Free DLC

Techland Games’ 2015 first-person action survival game Dying Light continues to be supported with downloadable content and new events with Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 being the focus this time. The Left 4 Dead 2 crossover event offers a slight twist on Dying Light’s Viral Rush mode. Players will still face endless hoards of zombies, but can now set them on fire with incendiary ammo for the shotgun. The event begins today and ends on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. ET. The event will only be available for the PC version, and can be turned off in the options menu. Players can also grab free downloadable content that turns

Xiaomi left out the headphone jack on the Mi 6 for bigger battery

Last month, Xiaomi announced the Mi 6 in China. Upon closer inspection it was revealed that the phone does not have a headphone jack, like so many others in the past year. When asked why, Xiaomi had the same reason to give as Apple. According to the quote given to Android Central, not having the headphone jack allowed Xiaomi to make space for other components, such as a bigger battery. Indeed, the Mi 6 has a larger 3350mAh battery over the 3000mAh one on the Mi 5 despite being roughly the same size. With the headphone jack gone, the Mi 6 now relies on the USB-C connector to output audio

Half-Life 2, Portal, Left 4 Dead 2 and more now feature 4K enhancements on Xbox One X

Microsoft has announced that Half-Life 2’s The Orange Box, Portal, Left 4 Dead, and Left 4 Dead 2 all now feature 4K enhancements on Xbox One X. The Orange Box, which released on Xbox 360 in 2007 and gained Xbox One backward compatibility last year, is an absurdly generous bundle, featuring stone-cold classics Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode 1 and Episode 2, Team Fortress 2, and Portal. The latter game also gets 4K support via its standalone edition, known as Portal: Still Alive. “The Orange Box offers everything any fan of first-person shooters could possibly want: some of the best single-player gaming ever in the shape of Half-Life 2 and

LinkedIn AutoFill plugin bug left user data exposed

  The flaw, now patched, could have allowed attackers to steal personal data undetected An AutoFill plugin offered to LinkedIn members was affected by a bug that could have allowed an attacker to steal users’ personal data. The feature, which is offered to paying customers of LinkedIn’s Marketing Solutions, allows a user to fill a website’s form with their personal information, such as name, email address, phone number and place of work, at the click of a button. If any of the websites compatible with the plugin contained a cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw that enabled an attacker to run malicious code, it would allow them to exploit the domain and