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Ubuntu: format USB disks [Guide]

Do you have a USB device like a flash drive or USB hard drive that you need to format on your Ubuntu PC? Can’t figure out how to go about it? We can help! Follow along as we show you how to format a USB device on Ubuntu! Before we begin In this guide, we will format a USB device on Ubuntu in various ways. However, Ubuntu isn’t the only operating...

How to find Linux directory size

Are you trying to find the size of a directory on your Linux PC but can’t figure out how to do it? We can help! Follow along in this guide as we go over exactly how you can find a Linux directory’s size! Find Linux directory size – du command The fastest way to find a directory’s size on the Linux desktop is with the terminal-based application called...

How to enable and use Microsoft Teams Shifts

Microsoft Teams has become the go-to app for online meetings and remote work for good reason. It supports apps that can help manage a large variety of tasks that go into managing a work-force e.g., an attendance bot.  Microsoft Teams Shifts Another exceptionally useful app that you can add to Microsoft Teams for your organization is called Shifts....

How to install Chrome Ubuntu

Google Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser. If you’re an Ubuntu user, chances are, you’ve likely wondered to yourself, “how do I get Chrome installed?” Well, wonder no longer! In this guide, we’ll show you how to install Chrome on Ubuntu! Before we begin Before we begin, there’s something we need to go over. In this guide, we’ll focus...

How to use the Microsoft Teams free version

Microsoft Teams has a free and a paid version. For both basic messaging and calling, the free version is just as good as any of the premium/enterprise licensed versions. It obviously has lots of limitations compared to a licensed version e.g., you can’t see your scheduled meetings even though you can schedule them. The Microsoft Teams free version...

Debian: Add user to Sudoers file [Guide]

Are you a Debian Linux user? Can’t use the Sudo command and don’t know why? We can help! Follow along with this guide as we show you how to add users to the sudoers file in Debian! Before we begin This tutorial will be walking you through how to add users to the Sudoers file on Debian Linux. Unlike many other Linux operating systems, Debian does...

Microsoft Teams: Archive a Team, channel, conversation [Guide]

Archiving is a useful function for online content. It can be applied to most things but with emails, messaging apps, and file-sharing services, it’s far more useful. Archiving generally means an item is removed from the main inbox or the feed, but it isn’t deleted. An archived item can be accessed any time, users can normally search for it, and it...

How to play World Of Warships on Linux

World of Warships is a free-to-play naval video game that puts players in charge of a warship as they fight other players. The game is on many platforms, including PC. However, it’s never made it to Linux. In this guide, we’ll show you how to play it on the Linux platform. World of Warships working Linux World of Warships will work on the Linux...

How to join Microsoft Teams meeting as a guest

Microsoft Teams are normally for people who are all part of the same organization. It does have room for people from outside the organization though. Any time a team (or a team member) needs to work with someone outside the organization (or team), they can be invited as guests. Guests have limited access within a team but they can join meetings and...

How to play Red Dead Online on Linux

Red Dead Online is the online multiplayer component of Red Dead Redemption II. Red Dead Online is an interesting multiplayer game in which the user creates their old west character and dukes it out with others on the internet. In this guide, we’ll show you how to play it on Linux. Like Red Dead Redemption? Check out these wallpapers. Red Dead Online...

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