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How to Check the Hard Disk Serial Number in Linux

In Windows, you can check the hard drive serial number using wmic which you can access via Command Prompt. What about Linux? There are several tools...

How to Access Windows Files from Ubuntu Terminal in Windows 10 and Vice Versa

In 2016, Microsoft released WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) to allow Linux users to run native Linux commands via a Linux terminal installed on the Windows system. This feature...

Top 5 Linux Operating Systems for Education

The literacy standards in this day and age are much higher than just a few decades ago. Lack of computer education is practically the equivalent of not being able...

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...

4 Commands to Shutdown Your Linux System

It's easy to shutdown your Linux system when you are physically touch your machine. When everything is not going well (like hang), you can press and hold the power button to...

Linux Mint vs Ubuntu: 6 Key Differences

"Which is the better between Linux Mint and Ubuntu?". That's the common question asked by Windows users who plan to make a switch to Linux. Some new Linux users also ask...

How to Install pCloud Drive Client on Linux

Today, the market of cloud storage service is being controlled by Dropbox and Google Drive. If you don't like the two and want to use another cloud storage service, pCloud is...

6 Practical Examples of Date Command in Linux

date is the default command in Linux to check the current date in your system. Unlike other commands like cal an ncal which each displays the whole calendar in the running...

How to Install the Vectr App on Linux

Inkscape has long been a favorite vector editor in Linux and still becoming the first option for those needing a tool to create vector images. Today, you can use another tool...

5 Practical Examples of Free Command in Linux

Free is the standard tool to check the memory usage in Linux. Anyone on your system is able to use free since it doesn't require root access to run. The use...

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