How To Allow Chrome Access the Network in your Firewall

How To Allow Chrome Access the Network

Google’s Chrome browser is one of the popular browsers used in the world today. One reason for that is that it is fast. However, users have complained of an error message saying Allow Chrome to access the network in firewall. Although this error is fairly common with Chrome users, it is nothing to panic about. We … Read more

How to Run Steam Game as Admin [Step-By-Step]

How to Run Steam Game as Admin

Most avid players of Steam run into the error message Steam has failed to start the game. There is no need for you to get scared when you see this error message. All you need to do is grant Steam Admin rights; doing this will prevent other errors while launching your games. This article will … Read more

How To Uninstall Heroes Of The Storm [3 Ways]

Sometimes you may need to uninstall a game or an app from your device. “Heroes of the storm” is an exciting game, but you may need to free up some space on your computer. Some gamers may also want to uninstall the game because they have played it so much. Uninstalling heroes of the storm … Read more

How to Kill a Process in Linux [6 Methods]

How to Kill a Process in Linux

Several methods may be used to kill a process—also referred to as a task—on Linux, most of which involve running commands in the Terminal. Kill is the basic commands used to kill processes in various Linux distributions.  This command needs to be executed along with the ID, or PID of the process you want to … Read more

How to Dual Boot Windows 10 and Linux

Dual Boot Windows 10 and Linux

To set up a dual boot configuration for Windows 10 and a Linux distribution, you should always install the Windows 10 operating system (OS) first. You should then make room for Linux on the Windows System drive, before installing your preferred Linux distribution.  Most Linux distributions can safely run from a USB drive without modifying … Read more

How to Turn ON Chrome OS Developer Mode

Turn ON Chrome OS Developer Mode

The first Chromebooks had a physical switch you could flip to enter the developer mode. With the modern Chromebooks, the developer mode is an option you need to enable in the Recovery Mode. As such, you need to boot your Chromebook into the Recovery mode to activate the developer mode.  By default, Chrome OS devices … Read more

How to Resurrect An Old Laptop With Linux

According to HP, the average mid-range laptop will last around three years. However, that is a very generalized statement that doesn’t consider factors like what the laptop will be used for, what software is installed, and how well maintained it is.   In reality, computer hardware itself lasts much longer than the lifespan of the computer. … Read more

SSH Vs. Telmet | Key Differences & Commands

SSH Vs. Telmet

Telnet and SSH are internet protocols that help admin access different devices remotely via the internet. Telnet is among the early protocols used over the internet. While both of these protocols may have similar functions, there are distinguishing factors that one must be knowledgeable on. In this article, you will find all you need to … Read more

How To Update Kali Linux [VirtualBox, VMware & USB]

How To Update Kali Linux

If you are looking for a detailed guide on how to update kali linux, you came to the right place! In this detailed step by step guide, we will review the common steps you should take to update kali Linux as well as updating the repository. In addition, we will provide a specific guide on … Read more

HOW TO INSTALL WIFI DRIVER IN LINUX MINT 19

Did you realize that your newly installed Linux Mint 19 operating system can’t pick up on the several wireless connections available in your area? The only alternative is to use an Ethernet connection. This article will deeply explain how to connect your Linux Mint 19 operating system to a Wi-Fi connection, update wireless drivers in Linux … Read more