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How to cut out an image on Linux

Do you have an image file that you want to cut out of a picture, so it looks good on a web page or other types of projects? Are you a Linux user and not great with basic image editing? We can help! Follow along with this guide as we …

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How to play Fallout 76 on Linux

Fallout 76 is an online RPG developed and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is currently the only multiplayer Fallout game that exists. In the game, the player controls a survivor of nuclear war and tasks them with rebuilding society. Fallout 76 was released initially on Bethesda’s gaming launcher in 2018 …

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How to update iOS on your iPhone

iPhones get one major OS update every year, and several smaller updates in-between. These smaller updates are usually minor features or bug fixes. Each major iOS update also takes one year off an iPhone’s life i.e., how long Apple will support. iOS updates, generally speaking, are optional but iPhone users …

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How to disable WiFi on Linux

Can’t figure out how to shut off the WiFi on your Linux laptop or desktop? Need help learning how to do it? We can help! Follow along with this guide below to learn how to shut off the WiFi for your Linux PC! Gnome Shell Shutting off WiFi connections in …

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How to play Control Ultimate Edition on Linux

Control is an action-adventure game developed by Remedy Entertainment. It was released in 2019 for Xbox, PS4, and Microsoft Windows. In 2020, the “Ultimate Edition” was released, which adds new features to the experience. In Control, the player plays as Jesse Faden, an employee at the fictional Federal Bureau of …

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How to format a MicroSD card on Windows 10

A MicroSD card belongs on small devices like phones or tablets. These devices normally do not have space for an SD card given that the device needs to be a certain size and still pack a lot of hardware. Outside of phones, tablets, and cameras, you won’t find a lot …

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How to set up back tap gestures on iPhone

iOS 14 has a new feature that allows users to configure gestures that are executed by tapping the back of their phones. The feature is called ‘Back taps’, and it works with two and three taps, each with their own action to execute. Compatible iPhone models Back taps is an …

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How to set up systemd-networkd on Linux

Systemd-networkd is a system tool that runs in the background on Linux systems and manages network configurations. It can detect networking devices as they are plugged in and even create virtual networking devices. This tool is especially useful with complex network configurations, such as servers and containers. In this guide, …

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