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How to install and use Ventoy

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Ventoy is an useful tool that can create USB drives which can have more than one ISO at once, rather than traditional ISO burners, which can only use one ISO at a time. This guide uses a template for ventoy releases, you will have to replace 1.0.xx with the c...

Linux installation guide

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This Linux installation guide may seem long, but it’s not very difficult. It covers as many common cases as possible. It also aims to be informative. This guide will be focusing on Ubuntu and its derivatives (such as Xubuntu). Some things may be a little bit d...

Raspberry Pi Installation

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The Raspberry Pi is a multi-purpose credit-card-sized computer. You can use it to do many cool things. For example, you can host a website, a file server, or other servers on it. You can create a home surveillance system. You can set up a retro game system wit...

EOL Software

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Operating systems and software have a maximum date of support, once you pass it you will not be provided any security updates, including zero-day exploirt patches. Basically what this means is that if you're still using it, you should probably stop using it, o...

PSU guide

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This guide will cover the basics of a desktop PSU, ways to test it's power output. Always be careful when performing any task that requires a multimeter or another tool. The dangers Before we get into the guide, we need to adress the dangers involved with comp...

How to know if you need more RAM

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There is a very simple & quick way of seeing if you actually are running low on RAM before buying extra. There’s a misconception that adding RAM makes a machine faster. This is not true UNLESS the machine can use more RAM than is already installed. Adding RAM ...

Teredo guide


Note: This guide does not apply to people using CGNAT. What is Teredo? Teredo is a virtual device that aims to make a "tunnel" between IPv4 and IPv6 networks. It does so by assigning your device an IPv6 adress that is bridged to the Microsoft IPv6 server. It i...