How to use the Gzip command in Linux

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The gzip utility in Linux is a common tool that is used to compress files or in other words, to reduce their size. The original file, when compressed by gzip will have the extension .gz by default. The file name however, when it (more…)

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How to install TeamViewer on Linux

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TeamViewer is one of the most popular application for controlling other PCs remotely. As a free tech support software, TeamViewer is widely used by IT professionals and individuals.  Additionally, it supports video (more…)

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How to restore GRUB Bootloader in Ubuntu

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In this article I’ll show you how to restore your bootloader, your grub loader that allows you to switch between Windows and Ubuntu – now the bootloader or the grub loader can disappear for a number of reasons. If you (more…)

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How to use AppImage in Ubuntu

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What is AppImage ?

AppImage is a file format used for binary application distribution. It is meant to be a simple format that is easy to comprehend, create, remove and manage. Indeed, AppImage based software packages are (more…)

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