Are you looking to build a PC but intimidated about how to put the parts together? Learn how to turn your components into a desktop with our step-by-step guide.
Identify and remove the packages that bloat your Raspberry Pi OS installation. All you need are a few commands and a little Linux know-how.
Explore how to check disk usage using the df and the du commands and learn how a variety of simple arguments can enhance your workflow.
Windows boot drives automatically have an EFI system partition for boot info that's nearly impossible to erase.
Try out the latest Python library for the Raspberry Pi Pico, a library that simplifies building electronics projects with the $4 microcontroller.
Sometimes things go wrong and we have to kill a running process. In this how-to we show you how easy this can be via the terminal.
In this how-to we will look at the find command and a range of additional arguments which will give us a variety of approaches to finding files and directories.
Running Linux on your Chromebook used to be fraught with hacks and complications, but now we can easily run a Linux virtual machine alongside Google’s cloud based OS.
You can play Minecraft on a Quest 2, either by using a standalone app or running Bedrock or Java editions on your PC and tethering the headset to it. Here’s how.
In this how-to, we will look at how to work with tar archives via the terminal, including two of the most popular compression methods to squeeze every last byte of space.
Resin prints need to be cleaned and hardened with UV light before they’re safe to handle. Here’s how.
The Steam Deck comes with SteamOS, which is built on Arch Linux. But you can install Windows 10 or Windows 11 to play games that SteamOS doesn't support to play games on Xbox PC Game Pass.
Copying files and directories using the Linux command line is efficient and can be used while sitting at the machine or when accessing a system remotely.
Keeping an eye on system resources is a must, no matter if you are using a $35 Raspberry Pi or a multi-million dollar data center. We show you how to monitor your systems from the Linux command line.
Removing files and directories using the Linux command line is very efficient and can be used directly, or when accessing a system remotely.