[Guide] Run Android apps in Google Chrome

While there are various tools that allow you to run Android apps on a PC, it's also possible to run Android apps in Google Chrome. Instead of installing a third-party tool, you just need to add an extension to your Chrome browser, something many users would prefer. Google developed a...

Test your Internet speed from the command line

All major operating systems allow you to test your Internet speed from the command line. In fact, it's one of the quickest ways to do it. Yes, it's also possible to use a web browser instead, but using speedtest-cli is a nifty command that's worth knowing. Furthermore, it also lets...

How To Force Chromecast to update

Chromecast is one of the most popular TV sticks because it's both reliable and affordable. Sure, there are plenty of similar devices but the fact it's made by Google certainly gives it the trust factor. Chromecast is frequently updated by Google - in fact, you cannot prevent the device from...

How To Enlarge the Mouse Cursor on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Chrome OS

These days, all popular operating systems are pretty intuitive when it comes to basic usage. However, if your vision is not what it used to be, you can benefit from tweaking accessibility features. For example, it's possible to enlarge the mouse cursor on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Chrome OS -...

How to Install Spotify in Linux

Spotify is one of the must-have subscription-based services for music lovers, so it only makes sense it should be available on all platforms. Whereas Windows users have no problem installing the app, Linux users need to apply some brain power to install Spotify on their machines. Here are a...
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How To: Install Ubuntu on your Windows PC

Ubuntu is a name that many people think is synonymous to Linux as the distribution has made considerable efforts to bring Linux into the mainstream, first on the desktop and now on additional platforms such as mobile. It is one of the most user-friendly distributions and its extended support...

How To: Encrypt Removable Storage Devices in Ubuntu

Ubuntu allows you to encrypt your USB flash drive and other external hard drives. Every time you connect your external drive to your PC, you will be asked to enter the necessary passphrase, so that you can access your encrypted files. As a result, your personal data will be...

How To: Encrypt your Home Folder while Installing Ubuntu

Linux users can encrypt their home folders, while installing their operating system. In case you do not want to proceed with the encryption, you could just do it later by using a few terminal commands. As a result, you will not have to reinstall Ubuntu. Ubuntu's encryption is based on...

How to: Encrypt your Files in Windows, Linux & Mac OS X

Regardless the operating system you use, you will always be able to hide any types of files you want. We should warn you though that anybody, who has access to your computer, can also gain access to your hidden files. Therefore, you should take more effective measurements, so that...

How to: Create and Use Virtual Machines

The best method you can use to run another operating system in a window on your desktop involves the use of a virtual machine. Virtual machines can help you to run software, which are suitable for other operating systems than yours. Fortunately, there are many helpful and free virtual machines....

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How to open or save as WebP image files in Photoshop

As we discussed before, WebP is Google's modern format for lossy and lossless image compressions. It is basically aimed at replacing JPEG, PNG and GIF...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...