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Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

April 23, 2018

A Quick Look At Xubuntu 18.04 — A Grand Ubuntu Linux Distro

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Xubuntu Logo 
Chris Were — a Linux enthusiast from the United Kingdom, shares his perspective on Xubuntu 18.04.

Why Fast Charging Is Destroying Your Battery

Smartphone
Smartphone
(Photo credit:Pixabay) 
Ryan Thomas — the man behind Fail Tech, tells us the reason why fast charging in destroying our smartphone's battery.

Does USB Cable Quality Matter?

Leo Laporte
Leo Laporte 
Leo Laporte takes a call from Alan in West LA who wants to know if the quality of USB charging cables makes any difference for smartphones.

April 22, 2018

Kubuntu 18.04 LTS With KDE Plasma 5.12.4 Review

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Kubuntu Logo  
Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, tells us what he thinks about Kubuntu 18.04 LTS.

This Web Browser Will Literally Change The Internet...

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Brave Logo
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The "Brave" web browser is a new browser based on Chromium (just like Google Chrome), that promises an alternative to the current ad system on the internet.

10 Tips From Experts To Protect Yourself On The Internet

Ten
Ten  
If you don’t want anyone getting access to your personal information or messing up your computer, you should keep in mind some simple rules to make your time online a whole lot safer.

1.1.1.1 What, Why, And How?

Tom Murosky
Tom Murosky 
What is this new 1.1.1.1 Cloudflare DNS and should I use it? 

April 21, 2018

April 19, 2018

Is Deepin Spyware?

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Deepin Logo 
Tom Murosky — the host of Switched To Linux, helps us to find out whether or not, Deepin OS is spyware.

April 18, 2018

Sabayon 18.05 GNOME Install And Review

Sabayon
Sabayon
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Derek Taylor — the creator of Distro Tube, installs and reviews, Sabayon 18.05 GNOME.

Should You Buy A $500 MacBook?

Austin Evans And The MacBook Air
Austin Evans and the MacBook Air  
For $500 you can get a used MacBook but does the laptop still hold up in 2018?

April 17, 2018

ReactOS 0.4.8 Quick Look

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ReactOS Logo 
Tom Murosky — the host of Switched To Linux, tells us what he thinks about ReactOS 0.4.8.

Everything New With Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Ubuntu Logo  
Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, tells us what is new with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

New Yahoo And AOL Privacy Policy!

Tom Murosky
Tom Murosky  
Tom Murosky — the host of Switched To Linux, talks about Yahoo's and AOL's privacy policy.

Do You Really Need To Eject USB Drives?

USB Flash Drive
USB Flash Drive
(Photo credit: Pixabay) 
You've probably seen warnings advising you to "eject" your USB drives before removing them from your computer — but is this really necessary?

April 16, 2018

Top 5 Online Privacy Protection Tips

Five
Five  
Tom Murosky — the host of Switched To Linux, shares his top five online privacy tips with us.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 13.3" Review — Lightest Ultrabook With Pen

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 13.3"
Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 13.3"
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In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the Samsung Notebook 9 Pen convertible Ultrabook.

April 15, 2018

Asus GM501 Zephyrus M — Cheaper And Better!

Asus GM501 Zephyrus M
Asus GM501 Zephyrus M
(Photo Credit: Amazon) 
Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2 D, reviews the Asus GM501 Zephyrus M.

How To Fix Facebook And Twitter

Facebook And Twitter
Facebook and Twitter  
Bryan Lunduke — the host of The Lunduke Show, talks about some of the problems of Facebook and Twitter.

7 Reasons Why Elementary OS Is Awesome

Seven
Seven 
Nick — the creator of The Linux Experiment, provides us with seven reasons why he thinks that Elementary OS is awesome.

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