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Microsoft Edge Stable Receives New Update On Windows And Mac - What’s New

Microsoft has released a new stable update for Microsoft Edge, the Chromium-based version of the browser that is now available not only on Windows but also on macOS. As a side note, a Linux version is also in development, and Microsoft has recently...
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Lenovo Expands Linux-ready Computer Line

As the next step in its Linux expansion program, Lenovo has launched Linux-ready ThinkPad and ThinkStation PCs pre-installed with Canonical's Ubuntu technology. The company also now brings Linux certification to its ThinkPad and ThinkStation...
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Microsoft's Os Joins Macos And Linux At The Flutter Party, But Guess Which One Performs Best? Hint:...

Google's cross-platform development tool targets the Windows desktop with support now in alpha Google's Flutter team has introduced the first alpha release targeting Windows, extending the cross-platform development tool to enable the same code to...
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Librem 14 Linux Laptop To Go On Sale In December

If you’re in the market looking for a new Linux laptop, you’d better delay your purchase for a few more months, as the Librem 14 is now projected to ship in December. While we originally expected the Linux laptop to go on sale earlier, Purism...
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Lenovo Brings Ubuntu To Thinkpad And Thinkstation Pcs

Lenovo is expanding its line of Linux-friendly PCs. Last month the company began offering a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon notebook with Fedora Linux. Now the company says it will offer Ubuntu Linux on a range of ThinkPad notebooks and ThinkStation...
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Onwards! To The Airport And Adventure! And This Rather Lachrymose Linux Screen

No flight info, no adverts, just blackness... Bork!Bork!Bork!  In these troubled times, it can often feel like there is no escape. Even an airport, once a gateway to adventure, now shows only a blank screen and, of course, bork.…
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Microsoft Edge Coming To Linux, Linux Gui Apps Coming To Windows

For a company that once painted Linux and open source as cancers, Microsoft has been doing a lot in the past years to embrace both. It’s not going to be an open source company, of course, and many still view its actions with suspicion but...
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Microsoft Teams Getting Wellbeing Features, Edge Is Coming To Linux

Microsoft announced a slew of new improvements and features across its Microsoft 365, Azure and other product lines at its annual Ignite developer conference. Although the conference is all-digital this year because of the ongoing pandemic, the...
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Linux Fu: Simple Ssh File Sharing

If you have more than one Linux computer, you probably use ssh all the time. It is a great tool, but I’ve always found one thing about it strange. Despite having file transfer capabilities in the form of scp and sftp, there is no way to move a...

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How To Monitor Monthly Bandwidth Usage In Linux

As a server owner, it’s important to keep track of your network usage over time. Many hosting providers will charge for bandwidth and transmitted data, so you’ll want to keep tabs on your month-to-month usage.Read This Article on...
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Elecrow Crowpi2: Neat Way To Get Your Boffins-to-be Hooked On Linux From An Early Age And Tinkering...

The kiddiwonks won't even know they're learning Review  The Raspberry Pi's pitch is simple: it's a dirt-cheap, low-stakes computer designed to inspire experimentation in software engineering and electronics. Since it first hit the market in 2013, a...

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Lilbits: Android Apps On Linux Phones, Android-like Features On Iphones

Ready or not, iOS 14 is here. Some developers are annoyed that Apple only gave them a 1-day heads up that the update would begin rolling out, so it’s possible that some apps might not fully support all the new features yet. But iPhone users...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Ios, Apple, Iphone

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Slimbook Essential Is A Linux Laptop With 10th-gen Intel Core For € 499 And Up

Spanish PC maker Slimbook’s latest Linux laptops are thin, light, and affordable models powered by 10th-gen Intel Core processors. The Slimbook Essential 14 ships with a choice of Intel Ice Lake processors, while the Slimbook Essential 15...
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Transform Your Wireshark Workflow With Brim On Linux

Wireshark is the de facto standard for analyzing network traffic. Unfortunately, it does become increasingly laggy as the packet capture grows. Brim solves this problem so well, it’ll change your Wireshark workflow.Read This Article on How-To...

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Feeling Saucy? Microsoft Would Like You To Use .net 5.0 'go Live' Release In Production To Track...

Plus: Updates rolled to ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, and more Microsoft has shipped the first "go live" version of .NET 5.0, intended to be a "unified platform" targeting Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, and more.…
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What Is Aws Bottlerocket, The New Linux For Containers?

Amazon Web Services’s BottleRocket Linux is a minimalist operating system, designed for running nothing except Docker containers. It’s open-source, and focused on performance and security, and is going to be the default for Elastic...
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Microsoft Submits Linux Kernel Patches For A 'complete Virtualization Stack' With Linux And Hyper-v

Linux on Azure might no longer need Windows Microsoft has submitted a series of patches to the Linux kernel with its aim being "to create a complete virtualization stack with Linux and Microsoft Hypervisor."…
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Google Is Separating Chrome From Chrome Os (for Faster Updates?)

Chrome OS is an operating system that puts the Chrome web browser front and center. While you can run Android and Linux apps on Chromebooks these days, Chrome is still very much the star of the show. But because Chrome is so tightly integrated with...
Related topics: Google, Chrome, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Chromebook

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How To Set Up A Linux Ftp Server For Quick File Transfers

FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a standard protocol for sending and receiving files from remote servers. It’s easier to use than command line alternatives like scp, especially with GUI interfaces like FileZilla.Read This Article on...
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Linux Fu: Literate Regular Expressions

Regular expressions — the things you feed to programs like grep — are a bit like riding a bike. It seems impossible until you learn to do it, and then it’s easy. Part of their bad reputation is because they use a very concise and...

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