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How to disable Skype on startup on Windows 10

Microsoft owns Skype, and it owns Windows 10. This means that you’ll be seeing a lot of Skype whether you want to or not. Skype is installed on a fresh Windows 10 installation by default. It also tends to start when you boot the system. The Skype version on Windows 10 is the UWP app. The desktop app is long gone and this particular version doesn’t...

How to update Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is one of many apps that have seen a steady rise in users since work has moved online for many people. The app is a fairly robust tool for collaboration and it helps that it’s from Microsoft and most of the Microsoft 365 suite is integrated with it. For those that aren’t working in the tech industry, it’s a simple tool to use and an...

How to transform Ubuntu into rolling release

Thanks to Martin Wimpress, the Ubuntu desktop lead developer, it is now possible to transition the Ubuntu Daily release of Ubuntu Linux to a “rolling release,” much like Arch Linux, Gentoo, OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, and others. However, Ubuntu’s rolling release is very different from other rolling Linux OSes. Unlike Arch Linux and Gentoo, the object of...

How to edit audio in the browser

Editing audio or video files is a resource-heavy task. It’s not going to bring your system to a halt but the app that you use to process audio and video needs to be able to handle the processing well enough that it doesn’t burden the system. A system with average hardware can easily edit audio and video. Edit audio in browser Desktop apps are more...

How to fix ‘DISM The source files could not be found’ on Windows 10

Windows 10 is prone to bugs. It’s gotten more stable over time but the bugs are far from gone. Each new feature update brings its own set of problems. Some of these problems are easy to fix while others aren’t. In either case, Windows 10 has a few tools built-in that users can use to fix their system. Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM)...

How to play GTA III on Linux

Grand Theft Auto III is the first video game in the GTA series in 3D. It was released in 2001 and was completely revolutionary. It reworked how the gaming industry views open-world video games and is a classic. When GTA III was released, it made it to PS2, PC, and the original Xbox. Later on, in its life, it was ported to Android, iOS, and other operating...

How to disable Grub resume on Manjaro Linux

When you use Grub in Manjaro, you may notice that it has a different setup than many other Linux operating systems. Mainly, you may note that the Manjaro Grub configuration makes use of the Grub resume feature. This resume feature makes it so that Grub will remember your boot selection each time you access it. Having the bootloader remember your selection...

Restart to Repair Drive Errors (Windows 10 FIX)

Drives, whether they’re internal or external, are prone to errors. In some cases, the errors are small and don’t interfere much with the drive’s ability to function. These errors tend to go unnoticed until something catastrophic happens e.g., an OS crash, or data loss. In other cases, the problems are more obvious and Windows 10 urges users to fix them....

How to add ALT text to images in a Tweet

ALT text is an HTML element that is added to images. The text describes the image and was generally useful for search engines however, its usage has evolved since then. Alt text can be used to help people who are unable to view an image understand what it is. Accessibility features on an OS and within apps read the text out loud and describe the photo...

How to disable Snaps in Ubuntu

Snap packages are quickly becoming the primary way that Ubuntu users consume software. Despite Snaps dominating Ubuntu, many users still opt to avoid Snap packages in favor of Apt packages that have long been available in Ubuntu. If you’re not a huge fan of Snap packages, but love using Ubuntu, this guide is for you. In it, we’ll go over how you can...

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