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How to Use the Tail Command in Linux

The tail command stands for “tail of the file,” and as the name suggests, it’s primarily used to view the last part of files. Whether you’re m…

How to Use the Ping Command in Linux

Among the tools utilized in network administration and computer diagnostics, the ping command stands out as one of the most fundamental and widely-use…

How to Map ‘python’ to ‘python3’ on Mac

In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to configure your machine to use the python command instead of python3. When you install Python 3 or the latest …

Capto Screen Capturing Tool (Review)

Capto is an impressive application designed for both screen capturing and screen recording. At first glance, the app might seem a bit daunting due to …

How to Use the Grep Command in Linux

In the world of Linux, searching through text files to find specific content is a common task, and one that can be achieved efficiently with the grep …

Chocolatey is the Batch Install Manager Your Windows Needs

Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows that offers most of the required features. Although it provides a graphical interface for basic tasks, its…

How to Use the sed Command in Linux

The name sed stands for “Stream Editor,” and it’s a powerful utility that allows you to parse and transform text right from the command line. Wh…

How to Use the mkdir Command in Linux

mkdir is a fundamental command in Linux, used for creating directories within the file system. Standing for ‘make directory,’ this command allows …

How to Use the Screen Command in Linux

The screen command is a terminal multiplexer, which essentially means it allows you to run multiple terminal sessions within a single window. Ever nee…

How to Mass Rename Files in macOS

Hidden within Mac is a feature for batch renaming or bulk find-and-replace in filenames.

How to Turn Any Website into a Mac App

Turn any website into a Mac app and quickly access it via the Dock, Launchpad, or Spotlight.

How to Use the Env Command in Linux

An environment variable is a value available in your computer globally, which may contain anything from the path to the root directory, the home direc…

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