Tag: list

How to open the Apps list on Windows 11

Microsoft is not done experimenting with the Start Menu. The Start Menu in Windows 8 was nothing short of a disaster and became one of the worst criticisms of the OS. Microsoft eventually had to ‘fix’ it but Windows 11 has a new Start Menu which is different from the Start Menu in Windows 10, […]

Ubuntu: list USB devices

On Ubuntu, you may (for one reason or another) wish to view information about all USB devices connected to the system. Unfortunately, Ubuntu doesn’t come with an official GUI USB tool that users can use to view this information efficiently. Thankfully, there are many command-line utilities that users can take advantage of to view USB […]

How to use Systemd to list services

Mainstream Linux distributions all use Systemd, an init system that works based on enabling and disabling “service” files. If you’re trying to list these service files but don’t know how to do it, you’ll need to make use of the systemctl command. In this guide, we’ll go over the various way you can list Systemd service […]

How to List All Applications on a Mac

MacOS applications are installed a bit differently than Windows. Since they’re almost always single .app files, you can move them around your hard drive much easier. Here’s how to track down the ones you lost. From the Applications Folder This method is obvious—just open your Applications folder. You can usually find this in the sidebar, […]

How To Export Your Netflix Watch List In Firefox

You can share your Netflix account with multiple people if you have the right subscription plan. There’s support for multiple profiles, and a dedicated kids profile that you can use parental controls on. While it’s easy to share a Netflix account, it’s not as easy to share your watch list. Netflix List Exporter is a Firefox […]