Putty is the most widely used SSH and telnet client for Microsoft Windows operating systems. It is used to remotely access and configure devices such as servers, switches, and routers. Putty, being a free and open-source utility, is also popular
When you boot up your system, it passes through a sequence of events before presenting you with the login screen. Have you ever checked how long your system takes to boot? Generally, it all occurs within seconds or a few
The Google Cloud SDK provides us with the ability to access the Google Cloud via the terminal. It is a development toolkit that comes with multiple commands that help in managing the resources within the Google Cloud environment. The scope
TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning library written in Python and built by Google. Many well-known organizations are using TensorFlow including Paypal, Lenovo, Intel, Twitter, and Airbus. You can install it using Anaconda, as a docker container or in a
Viber is an instant messaging and video calling app that allows you to send instant messages, photos, audio, video files, make free calls, and share your location with other Viber users. It connects people no matter where they are. Viber
Wireshark is an open-source network protocol analyzer tool indispensable for system administration and security. It drills down and displays data travelling on the network. Wireshark allows you to either capture live network packets or to save it for offline analysis.
OpenCV is a library of computer vision abbreviated as Open Source Computer Vision Library. Open means it is an open-source library with bindings for python, C++, and Java and supports different Operating Systems like Windows and Linux. It is able
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
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.
When Linux was originally made public, it lacked many useful applications that the major competitor -Windows was successfully supporting. Linux thus created a compatibility layer, called Wine, which was used to run the Windows applications on Linux itself. Initially, Wine