Month: March 2021

How to cancel a meeting in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams allows users to hold ad-hoc meetings and it allows them to schedule a meeting well in advance. A scheduled meeting in Microsoft Teams will appear in the calendar for all invited users provided they have an Exchange calendar set up. Users are also sent invites and if the meeting is posted in a […]

How to install Cisco Packet Tracer on Linux

If you use Linux and take the Cisco “Introduction to Packet Tracer” course, you’ll need to install the Packet Tracer application on your computer. The trouble is, Cisco doesn’t do a great job teaching users how to get the app working. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up How to install Cisco […]

How to play 7 days to die on Linux

7 days to die is an early access survival horror video game. It is set in an open world and has many survival elements similar to games like Minecraft. In this guide, we’ll show you how to play it on your Linux system! 7 days to die on Linux 7 Days to die works pretty […]

How to Change Background on Teams

Collaborative tools exist to make work environments far more efficient and to help those that work remotely from one another. However, this doesn’t mean that collaborative tools are all work and no play, and one great example is Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams allows you to send files, emotes, images, and it even supports custom background […]

Can I Watch Netflix Japan In America?

Take a moment to consider what media was like before the age of streaming services like Netflix. To watch your favorite movie or TV show, you had two options: show up when it was being played live, or trek down to your local movie rental store and keep your fingers crossed that nobody else had […]

replace text string in file [Guide]

Editing text files on Linux by hand can be tedious. That’s why it’s good to know how to replace text strings in files using the command line quickly. If you’re new to Linux and don’t know how to do it, we can help! Follow along as we show you how to replace a text string […]

How to use the Microsoft Teams survey tools

Microsoft Teams has all sorts of collaboration tools built into it. These tools don’t all center around documents, spreadsheets, or presentations. They also come in the form of polls and surveys, and quizzes. The Microsoft Teams survey tools all work through Microsoft Forms. Microsoft Forms is a feature-rich tool that can create all sorts of […]

Ubuntu: delete app history [Guide]

After using Ubuntu for a while, the app history builds up, slowing down your system. Thankfully, it is easy to clear this app history to speed up your system. In this guide, we’ll show you how. Method 1 – Bleachbit If you want to delete app history on Ubuntu, the best way to go is […]

How Many People Can Watch Netflix At Once?

In a world where live entertainment is currently lacking, access to Netflix has been a lifesaver for many people confined to their homes due to the pandemic. As we spend an increasing amount of time inside, demand for the service has increased, with huge numbers of new subscribers and accounts being shared far and wide. […]

Linux: test disk speed [Guide]

Need to test your hard drive speed on Linux but can’t quite figure it out? We can help! Follow along with this guide as we go over how you can test your disk speed on Linux! Gnome Disk Utility If you want to test disk speed on Linux, the best way to go about it […]

Ubuntu: check kernel version [Guide]

If you use Ubuntu, at some point you may be curious what your kernel version is. Unfortunately, in Ubuntu, the developers don’t tell you how to check the kernel info. In this guide, we’ll show you 4 ways you can check your kernel version on Ubuntu.  Method 1 – Uname  The best and quickest way […]

How to install the Neo-to GTK theme on Linux

Neo-to is a fancy, neon-like GTK theme for the Linux desktop. It’s charming to look at and is sure to spruce up your bland Linux desktop! Here’s how to install it on your Linux computer! Downloading Neo-to  The Neo-to GTK theme is available to all Linux users for download via the Gnome-look.org theme website. There […]

How to install the LightningBug GTK theme on Linux

LightningBug is a beautiful, Yellowish GTK theme for Linux. It comes in two variants: dark and light. The design is reminiscent of Mac OS but with a unique yellow tinge. Here’s how to install it on Linux! Downloading LightningBug The LightningBug GTK theme is available to all Linux users via the Gnome-look.org theme website. To […]

How Many People Have Netflix?

Netflix is an international streaming service with over 13,000 titles available to watch. Their wide collection of movies and TV shows varies from country to country, and there are different categories including comedy, documentaries, and animations. Most new TVs have Netflix pre-installed, but you can also download the app onto your tablet or smartphone. There […]

How to manage Microsoft Teams memory usage

Microsoft Teams encapsulates a lot of different features; chat messages, video calls, document collaboration, file sharing, polls, forms, schedules, to-do lists, and more. It still manages to use a nominal amount of memory when it’s running. Microsoft Teams will use more memory when you’re in a meeting or when it’s syncing or uploading files but […]

How to install the Equilibrium GTK theme on Linux

The Equilibrium GTK theme is based on LinMOS. It presents a mid-2000’s Mac OS skeuomorphism style. If you’d like to try out this theme on your Linux PC, it’s easier than you think! Here’s how to get it going! Downloading Equilibrium The Equilibrium GTK theme is available to all Linux users via the Gnome-look.org theme […]

How to install Gnome 40 on Linux early

The next generation of the Gnome Shell desktop is here, and it is called Gnome 40 (AKA Gnome 4.0). It comes with a completely redesigned desktop that Linux geeks are sure to love. In this guide, we’ll show you how to try it out early, before it’s released into the wild. Method 1 – Install […]

PC Won’t Connect to TV HDMI (Fixed)

Smart TVs tend to be expensive and even name brands like Samsung will add bloatware to their TV’s OS. In many cases, an HD TV used with a media center or a computer running Windows 10 will give you a better experience. You can use it to play games, watch movies and TV shows, and […]

How to install DBeaver MySQL client on Ubuntu

DBeaver is a sophisticated SQL client software management tool and database administration tool. It is open source and works on all platforms, including Linux. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install the DBeaver program on Ubuntu. How to install DBeaver MySQL client on Ubuntu – Terminal (Apt) The DBeaver application is installable on […]

How to play Valheim on Linux

Valheim is an early access survival and sandbox video game by Swedish developer Iron Gate Studio. In the game, players are Vikings and have to craft tools and survive. The game works on Linux reasonably well. Here’s how to set it up on your system. Valheim on Linux Valheim is native to Linux, but it […]

How to subtract in Google Sheets

Internet browsers are becoming more and more powerful, providing the ideal framework for web apps to flourish. These web apps are basically applications that you can use, without having to ever download anything on your PC, thus saving you hard drive storage space, the integrity of your registries, and more. One perfect example of a […]

How Many People Can Use Netflix At Once?

As you are probably well aware, Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services where you can watch a range of TV shows and movies via your Wi-Fi or internet connection. The shows and movies are split into different genres including comedy, children and family, crime, and documentaries, to make your selection easier. The […]

How to install Anaconda on Ubuntu

Anaconda is a Python-based data science platform. It comes in various editions, is open source, and installable on most Linux operating systems. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get Anaconda up and running on Ubuntu. Before we begin In this guide, we’re focusing on how to build and install Anaconda for Ubuntu. That […]

How to upgrade Debian distros [Guide]

Are you using Debian and want to upgrade it to other releases like Testing, Unstable, or even Experimental, but don’t know how? We can help! Follow along as we show you how to upgrade Debian distros! How to upgrade Debian distros – upgrade to Testing One of the best things about Debian is that users […]

WHEA Uncorrectable Error on Windows 10 (FIXED)

Blue screen messages can be caused by any number of computer problems, ranging from software to hardware. What they have in common is that they make your machine inoperable. When PC users stumble upon a BSOD error message, they jump to the ultimate scenario: Windows factory reset. But it’s pretty drastic and sometimes unnecessary since […]

BTFO Meaning: What Does BTFO mean?

The Internet has become our primary means of communication, and it was only natural that Internet-specific slang would develop over time. One perfect example of common Internet slang is BTFO, and we will be explaining what it means, as well as when you should and shouldn’t use it, precisely because it seems to be garnering […]

What Other Sites Are Like Omegle?

Connecting with others has come a long way since the days of dialing landlines. There are now countless services that connect you with friends and coworkers, cutting out the hassle and costs of travel. Especially during a time like this, we’re beginning to learn just how vital that human connection is. But some services go […]