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How to View and Remove File Metadata on Linux
Whenever you create a new file, whether using your office application, digital camera or video editor, a set of metadata fields are – most of the time – created as well on your new file. These metadata fields are hidden and you can’t see them in the file itself, but they might be revealing a […]
Things To Do After Installing Fedora 38
Fedora releases a new version approximately every 6 months. Each new version is supported with updates for 13 months in total. The distribution is a good place to get the latest stable software and technologies consistently. The latest stable version is currently Fedora 38, you can download it from the Fedora official website. 16 Things […]
Meet Kali Linux Purple: The Defensive Security Linux Distribution
On the 13th of March, 2023, the Kali Linux team announced the availability of a new version of their security-focused Linux distribution, named “Kali Linux Purple”. The new distribution is aimed at defensive security. “Defensive” not in the sense of simply protecting your personal computer for anonymity like Qubes OS and Tails, but in the […]
Enable Zram on Linux For Better System Performance
zRAM is a Linux kernel module that allows the creation of Swap devices on memory. But the catch is that it does not just create them there; it also compresses them so that the system can store more data in memory, which allows accessing this data much faster than a traditional swap on SSD or […]
Best Method to Limit Social Media Time on Your Browser
Social media addiction is a huge problem in many parts of the world. The average internet user now spends around 2:27 hours each day on social media, and this, in turn, causes a significant number of other psychological problems to human beings. You should start your own journey to get rid of that addiction, and we […]
Run Multiple GNOME Virtual Boxes Parallelly on Linux
GNOME Boxes is a utility that easily allows you to create “virtual boxes” where you can run any operating system or Linux distribution virtually on your system. The utility is installed by default on many Linux distributions. If you don’t have it installed on your system, then you can run the following command (for Ubuntu) […]
Bypassing Government Censorship Around NordVPN on Linux
Many governments around the world block access to VPN services so that their citizens don’t bypass their censorship. Most of the time they can’t block access entirely, but they can make it harder by blocking access to the main website of the VPN service, or the VPN servers which belong to it. In Turkiye for […]
5 Ways a Linux User Can Make Use of ChatGPT
You probably have already heard about ChatGPT, the AI chatbot that took over the world faster than a Skynet apocalypse. There is no doubt that OpenAI researchers have achieved great progress in this model. However, there has been a lot of marketing hype about ChatGPT that caused it to become a buzzword in the tech […]