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How to use Slack from the command-line on Linux

The official Slack client for Linux is pretty good. It works well, has a clean user interface, and is easy to set up. That said, if you primarily spend time on your Linux PC in the terminal, you may be wishing they had an official command-line app. Unfortunately, there isn’t …

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How to improve gaming performance on Linux with Feral GameMode

Feral Interactive has created an innovative program for Linux gamers known as GameMode. It’s an impressive tool that can improve performance while playing video games by optimizing several aspects of the Linux operating system, including the CPU governor, I/O priorities, GPU performance, and much more. Using GameMode on Linux requires …

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How to check CPU temperature on Linux

On Linux, if your CPU is running hot, you won’t be able to open up an official AMD or Intel utility to check the temperature. Instead, to check CPU temperature on Linux, you must rely on third-party programs. In this guide, we’ll go over some ways to check the CPU …

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How to get Minecraft Beta on Windows 10

Public betas have become quite a popular concept. When a product has a large user base, and that user base has an active interest in helping to improve the product, a public beta can be exceptionally helpful. For one, it allows the beta software to run on all types of …

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How to listen to Apple Music on Linux

Apple Music is Apple’s answer to Spotify and Google Music. The service works pretty well on iPhone, iPad, macOS, and even Windows. It does not, however, work well on the Linux platform, and Apple has no plans to change this. Even though Apple Music will never get official Linux support, …

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How to set up the Korla icon theme on Linux

Love the Apple look but want something fresh? Check out Korla, a beautiful, modern icon theme for Linux. Its design is very similar to that of macOS and borrows a lot of design choices from Mac-like Linux themes, yet it differentiates itself by adding in flat app icons (something Mac-like …

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