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How to Use Nmon Command in Linux

When it comes to system monitoring tool, Linux is unbeatable. There are a bunch of tools you can use to monitor the system performance, be it GUI based tools or command...

6 of the Best Python IDEs for Linux

Regardless the programming language you focus on, there is always an IDE you can use to streamline your job in developing an app. If you are a Python programmer and use...

How to Copy A File to Multiple Directories in Linux With a Single Command

Copying a file is absolutely a very easy task to do in every modern operating system, including Linux. Just like Windows and Mac, you can copy a file easily from GUI command...

7 Crucial Things to Know Before Migrating from Windows to Linux

Want to make a migration from Windows to Linux? Great!. Because Linux is a nice operating system for the people who love freedom like you. Well, freedom is not the only...

How to Install Foxit Reader in Linux

Linux is basically a complete platform. No matter the distro you install, chances are it already has a PDF viewer as the default app. But still, there are some Linux users...

How to Use Transmission to Download ISO Files via Torrents

Transmission is one of the most popular torrent client apps for Linux. Actually, Transmission is also available for other platforms including Windows and macOS. Transmission is a great tool to download...

7 Linux Torrent Client Apps for Faster Downloads

BitTorrent is the common protocol adopted by many people for transferring large files online. There are two prerequisites in the BitTorrent concept, torrent file and torrent client. Torrent file is a...

How to Properly Install Hiri in Linux

Hiri is a cross-platform desktop email client app that you can use to manage your existing email accounts. Currently, Hiri only supports Microsoft Exchange. It means you can't add any other accounts...

How to Hide A File or Folder in Linux

At your workplace, there might be a shared computer that you use quite often. The computer use Linux as the operating system and you have plenty enough classified files and folders...

How to View EXIF data of a Photo from Terminal in Linux

EXIF is the most common format of photo metadata in photography. Nearly all camera brands use this format to provide information about the photos you have taken. Information contained in EXIF...

How to Check Word Count on Google Docs

The word count feature on a text editor is pretty helpful in some cases. For instance, you are writing a draft for your blog...

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