Subscribe To The Chronicles Of Renard

Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

July 27, 2017

Introduction To WordPress Plugins

WordPress Logo
WordPress Logo
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, goes into detail about WordPress Plugins.

Linux Mint 18.2 Xfce Edition - Quick Review

Linux Mint Logo
Linux Mint Logo 
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, Teklek411, tells us what he thinks about Linux Mint 18.2 with the Xfce desktop environment.

openSUSE 42.3 Review And More!

openSUSE Logo
openSUSE Logo
(Photo credit: openSUSE) 
Swapnil Bhartiya — a vlogger, a writer and a journalist, tells us what he thinks about openSUSE 42.3 and much more.

A Look At openSUSE Leap 42.3

openSUSE Logo
openSUSE
(Photo credit: openSUSE)  
Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, shares his perspective on openSUSE Leap 42.3.

July 26, 2017

Finding The Best Laptop For High School And College Students

Megan Morrone And Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Megan Morrone and Leo Laporte 
Megan Morrone is looking for a new laptop for her daughter heading into the new school year.

What Type Of Device Do You Blog On?

Electronic Devices
It should not be any big secret, that people use various devices to blog.

The Mac "Perv-ware" That Has Been Undetected For Years

Leo Laporte
A screenshot of Leo Laporte 
Leo Laporte, Andy Inhatko, Rene Ritchie and Alex Lindsay discuss the discovery of the Fruitfly malware, which gives attackers control over a Mac's webcam and may have been around for a decade.

Ethical Hacker Arrested After Responsible Disclosure

Steve Gibson
A screenshot of Steve Gibson  
Budapest's Hungarian public transportation authority (BKK) turned-in an 18-year-old ethical hacker after he notified them of a trivial exploit of their online ticketing website.

July 25, 2017

The Best Gaming Laptop For $750 (2017)

Lenovo Y700
Lenovo Y700
(Photo credit: Amazon) 
Austin Evans — a man who truly understands computers from the inside out, tells us what he thinks about the Lenovo Y700.

The Mystery Of Fast Radio Bursts

Telescopes
Telescopes
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
FRBs last just a few milliseconds, and astronomers have detected less than a couple dozen of them without our current telescopes.

Fedora 26 LXQt, GNU/Linux Distribution Review

Fedora Logo
Fedora Logo 
Chris Were — a man who truly loves using Linux, reviews Fedora 26 with the LXQt desktop environment.

Without Net Neutrality... The Internet Is Over

ThioJoe
A screenshot of Thio Joe 
You may or may not know what "Net Neutrality" is, but it's important.

July 24, 2017

Linux Mint 18.2 "MATE Edition" - Quick Review

Linux Mint Logo
Linux Mint Logo 
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, Teklek411, does a quick review of Linux Mint 18.2 with the MATE desktop environment.

5 Reasons To Learn Linux In 2017

Five
Five 
Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, provides us with five reasons to learn how to use Linux in 2017.

The Reason Why English Bob Switched To SolusOS MATE

Solus OS Logo
Solus Logo
(Photo credit: Solus) 
English Bob — a software enthusiast, enjoyed using SolusOS with the MATE desktop environment; he recommends it for those people who would like to transition from Windows to Linux.

3 Billion Linux Users! (Intro To Endless OS)

Endless OS Logo
Endless OS Logo 
Swapnil Bhartiya — a vlogger, writer and journalist, talks to Michael Hall, Endless OS's Community Manager about their Linux operating system.

Checking Out Void Linux

Void Linux Logo
Void Linux Logo 
Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, shares his perspective on Void Linux.

July 23, 2017

Six Things That A Blogger Can Do To Actually Get Some Blogging Done

Six
Six
(Photo credit: Pixabay)
Time waits on no one; it is always moving at the speed of lightning (And, as bloggers, we never seem to have enough of it).

How To Build A Gaming PC (2017)

Austin Evans
A screenshot of Austin Evans 
Have you ever wanted to know how to build your own gaming PC?

Week Of Linux News 23 July 2017

Tux; The Linux Mascot
Tux; the Linux Mascot
(Photo credit: Pixabay) 
Chris Were — the creator of Quids Up, provides us with this week's Linux news.

Follow by Email

Thank You For Following!