5 Keyboard Shortcuts for macOS You Should Know

If you are new to using Apple's macOS, you will notice its slightly different keyboard layout. All of your familiar Windows keyboard shortcuts are not functioning. You have to click everything using the mouse,...
Proxmox VE 7 Virtual Machine

How to Create A Virtual Machine in Proxmox VE 7

Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE) is an open source, special server virtualization platform, which is a Linux distro based on Debian. It is mainly used to create or manage virtual machines and computer clusters, which...

Can’t Adjust Your MacBook’s Keyboard Backlight?

If you own an Apple MacBook with a backlit keyboard, have you ever been unable to adjust the keyboard backlighting? Instead of showing the brightness level, the pop-up displays a prohibition symbol (🛇), while the...

How to Install OSMC on Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi 1 was first launched in 2012. Since then, Raspberry Pi becomes a extremely valuable equipment for every DIY enthusiasts and programmers, due to its affordable price and versatility. One of the...
Take Screenshot in Motherboard BIOS

How to Take A Screenshot in Your Motherboard BIOS

A BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is the important firmware, that provides instructions to the computer's hardware for basic functions, such as boot priority of multiple storage devices. It is usually stored in a small...

How to Use Split-Screen on Your Android 9.0 Pie Devices

On 6 August, Google finally released the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system to the Pixel devices after four developer betas. It contains one of the largest visual changes in recent years, since the...

How to Stop Applications from Launching at Startup in Windows 10

Sometimes, applications in Windows are defaulted to run at startup automatically after installation. It may not be a huge problem at first, but they will drastically increase your boot-up time and reduce system responsiveness,...

How to crimp your own Ethernet Cable

It is extremely common for everyone to have a whole bunch of cables, especially those Ethernet cables around the computers, routers and access points. It is absolutely fine if you only have a couple devices...

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