How to upscale images on Linux

Need to upscale some images from lower resolutions to higher ones on your Linux PC? With the Upscaler app, you can! Upscaler is a simple Flatpak app for Linux that when used, can scale any image to a higher resolution. Here’s how to upscale images on your Linux PC with the Upscaler tool. Before we […]

How to backup your Windows Server

If you have important data on your Windows server, you may want to utilize the Windows Server Backup feature to protect your data and configurations. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can back up and restore data in Windows Server. How to enable the Windows Server Backup feature The Windows Server Backup feature […]

How to get Lapce working on Linux

Lapce is a “lightning-fast” and “powerful” code editor. It’s open-source and allows users to do quick operations with every word they type. Here’s how you can get the Lapce code editor working on your Linux system. How to install Lapce on Linux Lapce is officially supported via Flatpak, Snap, etc. However, it is also possible […]

The Rise of Streaming: Just Chatting IRL

When you think of streaming, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? We bet it’s gaming. For most people, streaming equates to someone playing Fortnite for hours while others watch and comment. It may seem like gamers are the only ones broadcasting their success online. However, streaming doesn’t end with gaming. There’s a […]

How to upgrade to Fedora 37

Fedora 37 is here and has an updated kernel, new drivers, Gnome Shell 43, and much more. This guide will cover how to upgrade your Fedora 36 installation to the latest and greatest: Fedora 37. How to download a fresh Fedora 37 ISO If you’re not interested in upgrading your existing Fedora 36 installation to […]

How to Show File Extension in Windows 10

Open File Explorer from the taskbar. Select the View tab, go to the show/hide panel and activate the checkbox next to File name extensions.  The filename extension, commonly called file extension, is the set of characters written after the filename so that your computer knows how to open the file.  When you download an assignment paper, […]

How to upgrade to Ubuntu 22.10

Ubuntu 22.10 is out, and with it comes Gnome 43, Linux 5.19,  new drivers, patches, fixes, and more. This guide will show you how to upgrade your Ubuntu system to the latest release. How to upgrade to Ubuntu 22.10 – GUI The easiest way Ubuntu users can upgrade to Ubuntu 22.10 is via the GUI. […]

How to use KeePassXC on a Chromebook

Google Chrome has a pretty good password management tool; however, if you prefer to control your data and passwords without relying on Google’s cloud service on your Chromebook, consider KeePassXC. KeePassXC is a local password database tool for Linux. However, as ChromeOS supports Linux apps via LXC containers, you can use it on your Chromebook […]