Top 10 Free and Open Source productivity tools to get stuff done

Top 10 Free and Open Source productivity tools to get stuff done

Open source software is software that is free to use, modify, and distribute. Many people find that open source productivity software is just as good, if not better, than proprietary software. In this blog post, we'll take a look at the 10 best pieces of open source productivity software and explain why they are worth using. 1. LibreOffice:   LibreOffice is a free and open source office suite that includes tools for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and more. It is a great al…

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Writing your first Minecraft Mod

Writing your first Minecraft Mod

Minecraft modding is the process of modifying the Minecraft game to add new features, change existing features, or create entirely new gameplay experiences. This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a simple mod for the Java Edition of Minecraft. Before you start modding, there are a few things you'll need to do. First, you'll need to make sure you have the latest version of Minecraft installed. You'll also need to download and install the latest version of the Java Developme…

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RGB Delight on Linux: We can have nice things too!

RGB Delight on Linux: We can have nice things too!

There's no doubt about it, the latest NZXT cases like the H7 Flow are absolutely amazing from both a performance and aesthetics point of view. However why have a tempered glass window in your case if there's nothing nice to look at inside right? You want them RGB fans and LED strips in order to really show off your FPS monster build. Well those were my thoughts at least when I went ahead and purchased my new case and several overly expensive RGB fans (model: NZXT AER RGB2). I opted to connect t…

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Speed up your Virtual machines with Qemu

Speed up your Virtual machines with Qemu

If you're into Virtual Machines for whatever reason at all there's a big chance you've been using Virtualbox and are quite happy with it. I was the same until I saw this YouTube video by ChrisTitusTech. This post will be mostly based off of his excellent tutorial but tailored towards the Arch Linux users. Check if virtualization is enabled in BIOS egrep -c '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo If this command returns a number greater than 0 it should be enabled. If the output is zero however, you shoul…

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