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How to fix the CPU fan speed error

Every computer, desktop or laptop, has at least one built-in fan. The fan keeps the computer cool and it is pre-configured to run automatically when the system heats up. There is a temperature threshold which, when crossed, will trigger the fan. CPU fan speed error The CPU fans turn on automatically when you boot a system. The temperature settings...

How to play We Were Here Together on Linux

We Were Here Together is a co-op first-person adventure puzzle game for Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation. It was released in 2019. Unfortunately, however, there’s never been a Linux release. Thankfully, you can play this game on your Linux PC with a few tweaks. Getting We Were Here Together working on Linux We were here together has a gold rating...

How to play Elite Dangerous on Linux

Elite Dangerous is a space flight simulator game developed and published by Frontier Developments. In the game, the player takes control of the “Commander” and goes on exploration missions. Here’s how to play the game on Linux. Getting Elite Dangerous working on Linux Elite Dangerous works on Linux, but only if you install the Linux release of Steam,...

How to store files on the cloud for free with Ice Drive on Linux

Ice Drive is a cloud storage solution that has excellent Linux user support. If you’re not a fan of big cloud providers like Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, or Dropbox, Ice Drive is a nice option. Here’s how to use Ice Drive on Linux. Creating an Ice Drive account To upload your Linux files to Ice Drive, you’ll need first to set up a free account...

How to open .key files on Windows 10

Apple is no stranger to productivity and it has its own suite of apps collectively called iWork. iWork includes a document processor, a spreadsheet tool, a presentation tool, and its famous movie editing tool iMovie, among other apps. Like many of its products, Apple’s iWork tools have their own proprietary format. The .KEY file format is used by Keynote,...

5 best game booster software for Windows 10

Games are some of the most resource hungry apps that you will run on your system. In order to run a game, your system must meet its minimum requirements. In fact, it’s always best to check the minimum requirements of a game before you buy it. The game requirements are basically hardware specifications your system must meet in order to run the game....

How to fix the AT&T U-verse gateway authentication failure

Your internet connection comes to you via an ISP. The ISP normally remains in the background; all you know is that your devices are able to connect to the router and all is good. If you experience problems connecting to a particular website, the problems often lies with your internet settings or the router configuration. It’s normally easy to resolve....

Gaze at the stars on your Linux PC with Stellarium

Stellarium is a digital planetarium that is free and open source. Anyone can install it and use it to gaze at stars in the sky in real-time. It also shows detailed information on planets, moons, and even constellations. Here’s how you can use Stellarium to gaze at the stars on your Linux PC. Installing Stellarium on Linux Stellarium is widely supported...

How to play Gunfire Reborn on Linux

Gunfire Reborn is an adventure FPS game with RPG and roguelite elements. The game was published and developed by Douyi Games. Here’s how to play the game on Linux. Getting Gunfire Reborn working on Linux Gunfire Reborn has an excellent rating on ProtonDB, so it should run great on Linux. However, if you’d like to play the game, you’ll have to first...

How to play Dead Space on Linux

Dead Space is a survival horror game developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released on PS3, Xbox 360, and Windows. Here’s how to play Dead Space on Linux. Getting Dead Space working on Linux Dead Space was released on Steam but never ported to Linux. Thankfully, the Steam app comes with Proton, taking Windows...

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