One of the features that I love about my Mac, but rarely get a chance to use, is the scheduling feature. You can schedule your Mac to start up or awake at a specific day/time, or every day at the same time. Likewise, you can schedule your Mac to sleep, restart or shut down at a specific day/time, or every day at the same time. This is a very useful feature for those who are on a set schedule.
When you install Linux, the setup process will likely add a swap partition to the hard disk along with the partitions for Linux itself. But what is this swap partition used for and is it really necessary? What is swap? When a multitasking operating system runs out of physical memory, it is unable to start new processes or allocate more memory to existing processes. To solve this problem,.
Whenever you need to boot from the USB drive in your computer (or change system settings), you always hear people say that you need to go to the BIOS to change the boot up settings. If you are a Mac user, you are probably wondering what BIOS is, since there is no BIOS to start with. Mac uses UEFI. In this article, we will clarify the main differences between UEFI and BIOS and which one is.
How many times have you wanted or needed to share what you were browsing with a co-worker or friend, but didn’t want to go through the trouble of installing extra software? Maybe you’ve needed to help someone with a specific website and found it hard to do so without seeing what they were seeing, or vice versa. If you ever run into either or these situations or something similar,.
You probably have heard of Raspberry Pi, but are not sure what exactly is it. Raspberry Pi is a tiny and cheap computer that cost just $35 (Model B) and is about the size of a credit card. Many have called it the computer for kids, but it is in fact more powerful than it actually is. Not only can you run a Linux distro on it, you can also use it to watch HD videos, word processing etc. With.