This guide will give you everything you need to successfully try out and switch to a Linux operating system, completely focusing on how to do things graphically without or as few terminal commands as possible. Featuring 3 distros, 13 hardware manufacturers and 195 Linux apps as well as lots of additional material.
A guide for Mastodon, the free social media microblogging platform. In this guide I cover the basics about instances, what federation means and give quick suggestions for good mobile apps. I also describe how your different timelines work and the great features that make social interactions on Mastodon so much greater than on Twitter.
Android device flashing probably is one of those things you heard about either for its ecological value, or as something only nerds do. And while both may be true, its financial benefits and the gain in knowledge about the device you may even use for hours each single day can not be underestimated. This guide is aimed at newcomers to give them all what they need to assume full control over their phone.
Believe it or not, it is astonishingly easy to own a smartphone without immediately succumbing to the hunger for private data of big tech companies like Google or Apple. You only need either money or time, and the knowledge where to buy your next device. This is how you get there.
For years now, Linux is struggling to really achieve a stable foothold in the world of desktop computers. Even though it’s the de-facto standard almost anywhere else, let it be Servers, Smartphones, IoT (Internet of Things), integrated systems and more, it just keeps failing to attract attract a greater userbase and is still most well known as a system for professionals and nerds, something you can’t actually get any other work done than what IT specialists do.