You can find your current Linux version and distribution in a few easy steps. This information is crucial when it comes to updates, tools, and troubleshooting. Keep reading to find out how to check your Linux version and distribution.
Over the years, Google has not only launched a number of useful services including Gmail, Google Maps, and G Suite, it has also published a variety of tools for developing software. One of these tools is the SDK Flutter which is particularly useful for mobile app developers. In the following Flutter tutorial, we will show you how to create a simple app using this framework.
The Windows logo key not only opens the Windows start menu at the press of a button, it also performs important functions as part of numerous keyboard combinations when using the Windows operating system. Navigate faster through your system, launch key functions or work more productively.
Want to know how to show hidden folders in Windows? By default, the Windows operating system hides numerous files and folders to prevent the user from accessing them. Most of these files are important system files that are protected for a good reason, but sometimes you need to display them anyway. In this guide, we’ll show you how with step-by-step instructions.
Knowing which Debian version you have not only helps you to choose the right install package for a program – you also need it to get appropriate support in forums. There are several different methods to check your Debian version. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll explain how to check your version using Terminal and Hardinfo.
JPG vs. PNG: In this article, we’ll compare the advantages and disadvantages of the two most popular formats for image files. Which format should you use for your application and what are the differences between JPG and PNG? How do different compression rates affect the image quality and file size? Which format is best for retaining specific properties of your image?
Sometimes you may need to delete an entire folder rather than just individual files. If you want to remove a Linux directory, there are several ways to do it. Here are a few basic solutions that use either File Manager or Terminal. We also explain what you can do if you don’t have the necessary rights.
Technical debt is a metaphor for deliberate errors, unintended carelessness, or accrued weak points in software development. Conscious and unconscious faults in code fall under the definition of technical debt, also called code debt. Read on to find out how it happens, what effects it has, and how to avoid technical debt.