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Leawo Blu-Ray Ripper: Turn Discs Digital

DVD and Blu-ray rippers are still essential tools, even in a time when most people consume their TV shows and movies as digital files. In fact, they help smooth the transition. What better way to add older films and TV shows that are not available digitally to your media server than ripping DVDs and Blu-ray discs? There are many available disc-rippers,...

How to Create A Linux Virtualization Workstation

Virtualization is becoming more common nowadays. The ability to take your existing machine and provision multiple virtual machines helps tremendously with things like education, testing and experimentation, and productivity. Linux being as popular and powerful as it is, is a great place to start building a virtualization server or workstation for your...

How to Make Your Own Custom Business Card with Scribus

Designing your own custom business card is not as hard as it may seem. You can have yours ready in less than an hour. Let’s see how you can do it with the open-source and free Scribus. Install Scribus Scribus is available for Windows, macOS and Linux. You can download the exe/dmg/tar file from its website. If you are using Ubuntu, Scribus...

How to Cancel Your Zoom Subscription

Zoom has been a life preserver for many businesses in recent months. The video conferencing app has been adopted by people all over the world, including schools, businesses and regular folks just looking to connect with friends and family. However, the free version of Zoom is fairly limited, forcing many people to sign up for Zoom’s premium service....

9 Hidden Customization Settings to Get the Most Out of Your Mac

There are many features in macOS that are unknown to many. In some cases, a macOS user can go years before making a new discovery. That is, until you have read some of the best macOS hidden customization settings to help you get more out of your Mac. 1. Cleaning Up System Preferences System Preferences on the Mac is a one-stop shop for all of...

The Best Coaxial Cables for Your TV

Whether you’ve kicked cable to the curb or you’ve simply supplemented it with an over-the-air antenna, you’re going to need a good, quality cable to connect your antenna to your TV. Coaxial cables are a dime a dozen, but they’re not all made equally. Here are some of the best coaxial cables you should check out. What Are Coaxial Cables? Coaxial...

How to Drop In on Multiple Echo Devices at Once

When Amazon introduced Alexa’s Drop In feature, it gave Echo devices a new purpose as an intercom system. While it’s useful being able to ask Alexa to drop in on a specific device or room, you may not want to repeat the process for every room in your home. That’s why Amazon made it possible to drop in on multiple Echo devices at once in addition to...

Save 30% on Amazon Echo Show 8

If you’re considering getting an Amazon Echo speaker but aren’t sure which one to get, you may want to opt for the Amazon Echo Show 8. It’s a mid-range device with a screen, so instead of just hearing it play music, podcasts, and audiobooks, you can enjoy video calls and even footage from your security cameras. You can see all of that on an 8″ HD...

KDE Plasma Review: The Swiss Army Knife of Desktops

As the long-standing rival to GNOME, KDE Plasma is another one of the most popular Linux desktop environments. It’s a lot of the things people may not like about GNOME: resource efficient, unbelievably customizable, and as minimal or complex as you want it to be. This KDE Plasma review will cover performance, user interface, customization, and recommendations...

How to Hide User Accounts from macOS Login Screen

If you have a communal MacBook, your login screen may be looking a little cluttered. If you have a list of accounts but crave a more minimalist look, you can easily hide user accounts (usernames and user icons) from macOS’s login screen. Make your login screen a username-free zone By default, the macOS login screen displays the username and user...

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