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How to make music playlists on Linux

Are you new to Linux? Do you have a lot of music files, and are you looking to make a music playlist? Unsure about what apps to do it with or how to do it? We can help! Follow along as we show you how to make music playlists in …

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How to stop Google Hangouts from running automatically

Google Hangouts is a popular tool for online meetings and it’s being used quite a bit at the moment. The tool works via Chrome and is basically a Chrome app that’s tied to the same Google account that you use in the browser. It runs automatically when you launch Chrome, …

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How to fix the mouse pointer stuck on an iPad

The iPad supports a Bluetooth mouse. You can use it as a pointing device much like you can on your desktop. This is a new feature that was added in iPadOS 13 and while it is an excellent improvement for those who use the device often, it has a few …

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How to install LibreELEC on the Raspberry Pi 4

The Raspberry Pi 4 is the most robust piece of hardware to come out of the Pi foundation. It’s got USB 3.0, way more RAM, and a faster CPU. For this reason, Pi 4 is perfect for a Linux-powered media player OS like LibreELEC. In this guide, we’ll go over …

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How to upgrade to Linux Mint 19.3

Linux Mint 19.3 is out with tons of improvements to the Cinnamon desktop environment, a new kernel, as well as new drivers, new software updates, and more. If you’re running Linux Mint 19.2 and are interested in upgrading to Linux Mint 19.3, we’ve got you covered. Follow along below and …

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How to check the partition style of a disk on Windows 10

Hard drives have to be partitioned on a specific ‘style’. This style determines how information is written to the disk and it’s important. Some systems can only read and write information to a disk if it’s partitioned on a specific style. Here’s how you can check the partition style of …

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How to disable and remove Nvidia drivers on Ubuntu

The proprietary Nvidia driver is essential to Ubuntu users looking to play video games. However, if you are a gamer, there is no need to have this driver installed, as the open-source one works just fine. Uninstalling the Nvidia driver on Ubuntu is tough, especially for those new to Ubuntu. …

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