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How to Check the Linux Kernel Version of Your Distro

Ever wondered what is the kernel version used by the Linux distro you are using? If so, you can use the command of uname. Uname is a Linux command used to get...

4 Tools to Effortlessly Convert a CR2 File to JPG in Linux

CR2 is a RAW format generated by Canon digital cameras. Not all image viewers have the capability to open a CR2 file so you need to convert it to a portable...

List of the 7 Best Archive Managers for Linux

The vast majority of Linux distributions already come with an archive manager to allow you work with an archive file in a wide range of formats. Be it ZIP, TAR or...

8 Best Tools to Take Screenshots on Linux

Sometimes you want to show someone what are you doing with your computer by capturing your screen. There are a wide range of cases to make someone to take a screenshot...

9 of the Best C++ IDEs for Linux

C++ is a programming language that requires to be compiled before run. In Linux, you can use the G++ compiler to compile your C++ code, which is already installed on most...

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 Check the Number of Cores of a CPU in Linux

The technology of CPU is getting more and more massive. Nearly all computers now use at least a dual-core CPU. By the way, how do you can check the number of...

How to Check the CPU Info in Linux

Did you ever wondered about the CPU info of the computer you are using? Like the architecture, the number of cores, model and so on. In Linux, you can get the...

Beginner’s Guide: How to Use the Find Command in Linux

Want to be a Linux master? One of the basic commands you need to learn is find. Just like the name suggests, this command is used to perform a find over...

5 Great Linux Distros for Kids

Linux is not only for geeks. It's an old story. Linux has transformed from a "geeks only" platform to "everyone's platform". Today, everyone can operates Linux. Even kids. I am not...

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