Spotify is a digital audio music streaming platform that provides you quick access to 60 million songs, in which you can search from old classics music to the latest hits. The basic features of a freemium service include automatic music
Similar to Windows Task Manager that you might have used for years, Debian also comes with a pre-installed resource and process monitoring tool known as GNOME System Monitor. Along with monitoring, it also allows you to stop, continue, kill, and
If your travel interests, job requirements, or a family member’s geographical location requires you to keep track of weather from multiple cities around the globe, it is a good practice to have this info available on your desktop 24×7. Gnome
Most Linux users utilize the good old ls command for a directory listing on Debian. The ls command, however, lacks some features that are provided by another command- the tree command. This command prints the folders, subfolders, and files in
If you are a Linux user, you might be well aware of the apt-get command. It is a powerful package management tool that can be used to search, install, update, upgrade, and manage the packages in a Linux operating system.
This article is about editing the /etc/hosts file on a Debian 10 Buster system. But let us first see what the Hosts file is. Understanding the Hosts File All operating systems keep hosts files on a machine in order to
Are you working from home too because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Most of the work environments are arranging virtual meetings using different video conferencing tools. One of the popular tools that most of the work environments are adopting is Zoom.
File compression is a way to create archives that help us in saving time, creating space, and downloading and transferring software and data faster. You can use a compressed file to distribute related files on the Internet, all compressed into
The keyboard in Linux operating system comes in a variety of layouts for different languages. Even for a single language there are several layouts. When using our systems, many of us like to use their native language as the main
When Linux was originally released, it lacked many useful applications that its main competitor – Windows – successfully supported. Linux thus created a compatibility layer that was used to run the Windows application on Linux itself, called Wine. Originally, Wine