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Sublime Text’s text editor quickly gained popularity among developers due to its good balance of simplicity and functionality. Its advantage is the ability to edit several text fragments simultaneously, powerful plugin system, plugin package manager, save and insert text fragments with hotkeys. As a result, Sublime Text can be downloaded for free and used without… Read Article →

Sublime Text’s text editor quickly gained popularity among developers due to its good balance of simplicity and functionality. Its advantage is the ability to edit several text fragments simultaneously, powerful plugin system, plugin package manager, save and insert text fragments with hotkeys. As a result, Sublime Text can be downloaded for free and used without… Read Article →

Telegram miraculously combines popularity, security, and convenience, so knowing how to install Telegram in Ubuntu of different versions will be completely unnecessary. Moreover, in most cases it is done very simply. But there may be some subtleties. SSD, Smart TV set-top boxes, video game cards, PC processors, multifunction devices, antiviruses, routers, Wi-Fi amplifiers, smartphones up… Read Article →

In the previous article, we looked at installing Linux Mint 18.3. Now we will touch on the main points. In this we will install codecs and drivers. We will look at the installation using the driver manager, console, and also add a repository with fresh Nvidia drivers. I won’t touch on installing the amdgpu-pro proprietary… Read Article →

In this article, we take a look at the Linux Mint installation process. It is a socially developed Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. But there is also a Debian-based (LMDE) version. The main goal is to provide the user with “a modern, elegant and comfortable operating system that is both efficient and easy to use”…. Read Article →

In this article, we’ll look at the Skype installation process on Linux distributions using the following package formats: .deb, .rpm, and also through the pacman (or rather, AUR) package manager, used on Arch Linux. Skype is a free, closed-source software that provides text, voice and video communication between computers and phones over the Internet, optionally… Read Article →

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