How to change your Slack password

Slack has a neat sign in method called a magic link. When you’re trying to sign in to a Slack workspace, you can enter your email, and get a magic sign in link sent to your inbox. When you click the link, it automatically signs you into your Slack account, and to the workspaces associated […]

What is a Zero Day vulnerability?

Software is never immune to hacking. Software can be developed so that it is more difficult to hack it but unless the software itself evolves, through active development, it will eventually succumb to a hacking tool or technique. This holds true for apps that you run on your desktop or mobile, and also for the […]

How to play Dead Cells on Linux

Dead Cells is a roguelike video game inspired by Metroid and Castlevania. It was developed and published by Motion Twin. Here’s how you can play Dead Cells on your Linux PC. Getting Dead Cells working on Linux Dead Cells is a native Linux video game. That said, it can only be played on your Linux […]

How to tame a parrot in Minecraft

Parrots are a rare mob found in jungle biomes in Minecraft. When killed, they drop feathers but have no other utility outside the item they drop. Considering how rare a parrot is, hunting it for feathers isn’t a good idea when chickens are more common and easier to kill. Parrots can be tamed though and […]

How to open TSV files on Windows 10

We’re all familiar with CSV files i.e., Comma Separated Values. It’s a type of file format which imports and opens easily in most common spreadsheet apps. The values that appear to be separated by commas are separated into columns and rows. TSV files are similar but far less commonly supports. TSV files on Windows TSV […]

How to compress an MOV file

MOV files are commonly found on macOS. If you record a screencast on macOS, it’s saved as an MOV file. The format isn’t exclusive to macOS and you can record or create MOV videos on Windows 10 too. Regardless, these files tend to be large, especially compared to MP4 files. To reduce the size of […]

How to install Aseprite on Linux

Aseprite is a pixel-art program that users can use to create 2D animations for video games. It is paid software, and users can purchase the product via the official website. However, the source code is also available for free. Here’s how to install Aseprite on Linux. Steam If you’re OK with paying 19$, Aseprite is […]