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Desktop 2014-04-23

When I moved to my new place, I had to leave behind my old computer. While I’ve written before about having an iPad as my only computer… 204 more words


Power Saving GOD Mode on Linux (Part - 1)

Some people who use Linux on a daily basis have a lot of issues configuring their system to attain the optimal power saving features supported by their hardware (mainly due to lack of experience), which is why the battery life on Linux is not even close to that on Windows. 844 more words


ubuntu 14, the best linux release ever

Yesterday I updated to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, or simply Ubuntu 14. For the first time in all the years of my experience with Ubuntu, I’m moving to a long term support (LTS) release with every intention of staying there. 1,159 more words


Moved back to Windows

Since my last post I have moved back to using windows full time as my operating system of choice. I some of you may ask why I have done so and the reasons many. 465 more words


Manjaro Linux: So stable that it is boring!

How I got Manjaro:

Arch Linux installation is a terrible pain in the butt. It was designed to be like that. Geeks and power users would not want it to be any different. 837 more words


How to: Get a list of all install packages on Arch Linux

Ever wondered what type of packages are installed onto your Arch Linux system?

It is often very difficult to keep a record of every package you have installed, but there is an easy way to get a list of all these packages. 39 more words


AlphaOS a really great LiveUSB

These days, want to compile old projects. Firstly, I compiled all my code using Arch Linux. Then I decided to install my project to a LiveUSB, so that I need not to partition or use virtual machine on the target computer. 210 more words