Category: tech-tips

5 best game booster software for Windows 10

Games are some of the most resource hungry apps that you will run on your system. In order to run a game, your system must meet its minimum requirements. In fact, it’s always best to check the minimum requirements of a game before you buy it. The game requirements are basically hardware specifications your system […]

How to open .key files on Windows 10

Apple is no stranger to productivity and it has its own suite of apps collectively called iWork. iWork includes a document processor, a spreadsheet tool, a presentation tool, and its famous movie editing tool iMovie, among other apps. Like many of its products, Apple’s iWork tools have their own proprietary format. The .KEY file format […]

How to play Gunfire Reborn on Linux

Gunfire Reborn is an adventure FPS game with RPG and roguelite elements. The game was published and developed by Douyi Games. Here’s how to play the game on Linux. Getting Gunfire Reborn working on Linux Gunfire Reborn has an excellent rating on ProtonDB, so it should run great on Linux. However, if you’d like to […]

How to play Dead Space on Linux

Dead Space is a survival horror game developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released on PS3, Xbox 360, and Windows. Here’s how to play Dead Space on Linux. Dead Space was released on Steam but never ported to Linux. Thankfully, the Steam app comes with Proton, taking Windows […]

How to play Company of Heroes on Linux

Company of Heroes is a real-time strategy game developed by Relic Entertainment. The game takes place during WWII and was released on Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, and Linux. Here’s how you can play Company of Heroes on your Linux PC. Getting Company of Heroes working on Linux Company of Heroes is not a native […]

How to play Dungeon Defenders on Linux

Dungeon Defenders is a hybrid multiplayer video game developed by Trendy Entertainment. The game was released on Microsoft Windows, Xbox, iOS, Mac OS, Linux, etc. Here’s how to play the game on Linux. Getting Dungeon Defenders working on Linux Dungeon Defenders is a native Linux game, but the native release of the game runs poorly. […]

How to check a FedEx claim status

FedEx is one of many companies that you can use to ship and receive just about anything. The service is one of the biggest of its kind and it’s reliable. That said, no delivery service is immune to problems. Items can get lost, they may not ship out, or they may be damaged during transit. […]

How to join a Domain on Windows 10

Windows 10 users can be configured on a domain; the domain is a network that users can join or configured on. The network makes it easier to manage multiple systems, deploy software, manage updates, and more. Windows 10 Pro is the Windows edition you should use if you’re going to use the OS as a […]

How to play Legion TD 2 on Linux

Legion TD 2 is a tower defense game for Windows. It was developed and published by AutoAttack Games. Thanks to Proton, you’ll be able to play this game on Linux. Here’s how. Getting Legion TD 2 working on Linux Legion TD 2 is not a Linux game, but it’s rated so highly on ProtonDB, it […]

How to fix the Xbox error 0x97e107df

The Xbox is a device that remains on and remains connected to the internet. You can put the device in offline mode, and you can play games offline if they have an offline mode. That said, most games on Xbox are online games and that means you need an internet connection to play them. Fix […]

How to unlock layers in Adobe Photoshop

Layers are an integral feature in Photoshop. They allow users to separate work into smaller pieces and the effects that can be applied to individual layers allows users to create more complex work.  Unlock layers in Adobe Photoshop Layers can be locked and some images, when opened in Photoshop, open as a locked layer. A […]

How to install the Vidiot video editor on Linux

Are you in need of a simple non-linear video editor for Linux? Consider checking out Vidiot. It’s a straightforward editor tool targeted at new users. It does basic things like compositing, changing speed, transitions, titles, and other essential things a user would want when editing. The Vidiot video editor works on Linux, and the developer […]