How to mount a Drive as Folder rather than Letter in Windows 11

If you want to mount drive as folder in Windows 11, here is how you can do that. By default, drives get mounted with letters (also known as Drive letter). However, you can mouse a drive as a folder rather than a letter in Windows 11 with the help of this guide. How to mount a Drive as Folder rather than Letter To mount a drive as a folder rather than a letter using Windows Settings in Windows 11, follow these steps: Create a folder on your computer. Press Win+I to open Windows Settings. Go to System > Storage> Advanced storage settings. Click on the Disk & volumes option. Select

9 Rather Unknown Ways of Using Neofetch in Linux

Neofetch is a simple command-line tool that displays an ASCII logo of the distribution along with a few system information in the terminal. It looks beautiful and you can easily show which distribution, desktop environment, and themes you are using when you share the screenshots of your desktop in various Linux communities. KDE Neon Neofetch For most users, that’s all there is to Neofetch. But Neofetch is highly customizable. You can display any ASCII logo instead of the distribution’s, filter out the information to display or replace the logos with cowsay messages. Interesting, isn’t it? Before I show you how to customize Neofetch, let me quickly go on installing it

Reuters: China would rather kill TikTok than let Microsoft have it

TikTok’s owners are currently being forced to sell their overseas operations by the US Government, who cite security concerns. Until recently the Chinese government has been rather passive about the whole affair, but two weeks ago China updated its list of their export restrictions, to include “personalized push technology based on data analysis“, a move which is felt to be targetted directly at the sale of TikTok. Today Reuters reports that China would rather see TikTok U.S. close than a forced sale. Reuters report that Chinese officials believe a forced sale would make both ByteDance and China appear weak in the face of pressure from Washington. China is therefore willing

The Gigabyte Sabre 15 and Sabre 17 refresh focus on extras rather than raw performance

Gigabyte first launched the Sabre series of gaming laptops in 2017. Prior to this, they produced the premium and expensive Aorus and Aero laptops, or plain looking multimedia models that just sat under the Gigabyte brand. The Sabre series was their budget-friendly option with proper gaming laptop features and a suitable sub-$1000 price tag to draw in consumers. At this price range, it gave consumers the option of a cheaper gaming laptop that was closer in size to the Dell XPS 15 than it was to a standard gaming model. The newly refreshed specs have replaced the Kaby Lake i7-7700HQ four core / eight thread CPU with a new Coffee

Umm, GNOME Shell Has a Rather Big Memory Leak

squish da bug And here I was thinking it was just me — it turns out there’s a rather annoying memory leak in GNOME Shell, a leak which is unlikely to be fixed in time for the release of Ubuntu 18.04 next month. I use a vanilla Ubuntu 17.10 install at the moment and do enjoy using the default GNOME Shell desktop. It’s nice, especially with a few extra extensions. Now, I had assumed that an issue I had with GNOME Shell gobbling up large amounts of memory the longer I used it was down to my configuration or hardware; i.e. that I was at fault. But it turns out

Scorn Developer Says CPUs Rather Than SSDs Are Next-Gen’s Biggest Leap

Scorn, the survival horror game inspired by the works of H. R. Giger and originally funded via Kickstarter back in 2017, suddenly resurfaced after a very long time ago at the recent Inside Xbox episode with a gorgeous new trailer (embedded at the end of this article). The game will be hitting Xbox Series X and PC (Steam, Microsoft Store, GOG), though there’s no set date yet. MSPowerUser managed to interview Scorn Game Director Ljubomir Peklar, who said in his opinion the biggest leap in next-gen hardware will be the CPU, rather than the built-in SSDs. Everyone is touting the SSD as the next big thing, and yes SSDs will