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How to remove subtitles on Netflix

Subtitles are great for watching titles that are in a different language. They’re also useful when you want to learn a second language, when the dialog is too quite, or if you have a hearing impairment. Subtitles have to be added to video files. There are AI-driven tools that can …

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How to change the language on a Mac

Computers are used all over the world but the English language isn’t spoken and/or understood everywhere. To make devices easier to use, desktop and mobile operating systems support other languages. The support may be complete where the entire UI and all the apps that run on the OS are translated …

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5 ways to convert audio files on Linux

Do you have a music collection on your Linux PC? Do you want to convert the files to a different format? Not sure how to do it? Follow along with this list as we show you 5 ways to convert audio files on Linux! 1. Ciano Ciano is a pretty …

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4 ways to back up Steam games on Linux

Are you a Linux gamer? Do you play a lot of Steam video games? Trying to figure out how to back up your games so you don’t have to keep re-downloading them? If so, this list is for you! Follow along as we talk about 4 ways to back up …

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How to install the Shamrok GTK theme on Linux

The Shamrock GTK theme is a dark theme adapted from a popular KDE Plasma 5 theme. It uses various shades of black and the color green. If your favorite color is green, and you’re looking for an excellent dark GTK theme, check Shamrock out. In this guide, we’ll go over …

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How to upgrade to Linux Mint 20

Linux Mint 20 is out and has some great improvements to Cinnamon, the kernel, and much more. In this guide, we’ll show you how to take your current installation of Linux Mint 19.3 and upgrade it to Mint 20. Please note that if you are running Linux Mint 19.2, this …

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How to open any terminal app from Nautilus

Gnome Shell’s file manager Nautilus has an excellent feature that allows users to right-click in any folder and select “Open terminal” to immediately gain access to a terminal. The problem is, this “Open terminal” feature only works with Gnome Terminal and not any old terminal app. If you love the …

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