Home / excitingtips

excitingtips

How to play Among Us on Windows 10

Among Us is a game available on Windows 10, iOS, and Android. It’s recently become popular even though it was released in 2018. It’s an online, multiplayer game but it can also be played over a local network if all the players are connected to the same network. Among Us …

Read More »

How to run the sudo command without a password

The sudo command is an excellent part of the Linux command-line. It allows users to execute root commands without needing to log into root, protecting their security. The problem is, to use the sudo command, you’ll need to enter your password. Having to enter your password to execute the sudo …

Read More »

How to hide snap packages from lsblk on Linux

Snap packages are an excellent Linux technology that the community is embracing, as it offers a lot of features and benefits. However, sometimes Snap packages can cloud out your command-line output when the lsblk command runs in the terminal, and it can be incredibly annoying. In this guide, we’ll go …

Read More »

How to configure a proxy on macOS

A proxy service can be private or public. Most services normally provide their own client that facilitates setting up the proxy. Users will enter a username and password in the client but everything else will be set up. Not all proxies come with their own client and companies that have …

Read More »

How to install the PurpIE Gnome Shell theme on Linux

PurpIE (AKA Rounded-Rectangle-Purple) is a Gnome Shell theme that turns your Gnome desktop from the basic black/grey/blue colors to a refreshing purple. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install PurpIE and set it up as the default theme. Downloading PurpIE  The PurpIE Gnome Shell theme is available for …

Read More »

How to host a chat server with OpenFire on Linux

OpenFire is a cross-platform, real-time chat server that is based on the XMPP protocol. It’s perfect if you’re looking to host your own chat server but don’t want to deal with complicated apps like RocketChat, Mattermost, and others. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up the OpenFire …

Read More »

How to try out Microsoft Edge on Linux before release

Microsoft has finally released the Edge browser on Linux. Only, there’s a catch. It’s the “development” version and is very buggy and unstable. Still, it’s exciting to see Microsoft programs and apps land on the Linux platform. If you’re dying to try out the new Microsoft Edge on your Linux …

Read More »

How to turn off Caps On notification on Windows 10

No one keeps Caps on all the time. In fact, for many users, holding down the Shift key occasionally is more convenient than turning the Caps on and off. You might benefit from remapping the Caps key to a different function. The physical Caps key on keyboards sometimes ‘lights up’ …

Read More »