Tips and How-tos

What is Linux file timestamp (atime, mtime, ctime)?

Difference between atime, mtime and ctime Linux file timestamp Every Linux file has three kind of file timestamps: Access Timestamp (atime), Modified Timestamp (mtime), and Changed Timestamp (ctime). Access Timestamp...

Ubuntu Keyboard Shortcuts

While working on any computer, if you know the keyboard shortcuts, then you can accomplish the tasks more efficiently. Today, we will learn about many such keyboard shortcuts of Ubuntu Linux, which can make our daily work...

How to Shutdown Windows from Command Line

There are many options available for shutting down Windows from the command line that are not available by clicking on GUI. Today in this article we will learn how to shutdown Windows from the command line. So...

XnConvert: Best Batch Image Converter for Linux Windows & Mac

XnConvert is a cross platform batch image processing software with which we can not only change the format of multiple images in one click but also perform watermarking, special effects, border, image adjustment etc. in a one click. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

How to do voice typing in Google Docs and WordPress

Gone are the days when typing long documents either required the help of a typist or learning typing itself. Because now it is possible to type by speaking due to the development of artificial intelligence. In this post we will learn about various web based tools for Voice Typing.

How to save the command output in a file in a Linux terminal

In this post are going to discuss about how you can save the output of any Linux command in a file.

How to install Webmin on Fedora 33

Webmin is web based system administration software for Unix and Linux. Using webmin you can control and manage your server through web browser. You can also call it the GUI of Linux server. In this post we will learn how to install webmin in Fedora 33.

Get Linux Commands Cheat sheet using TLDR

Today we will discuss about TLDR. TLDR is a collection of "help pages" related to Linux commands maintained by communities that can be accessed by any client. This can become an alternative to traditional MAN pages. Because it is very easy to understand.