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5 Free Alternatives to Grammarly for Students

Gone are the days when teachers used to correct our spelling mistakes and ill-formed statements in a notebook. With most of the studies gone online and with applications such as Grammarly , every student has now become a perfect writer. However, with most of you relying on the free version of Grammarly, I would here […]

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5 Free Email Tools to Clean Your Inbox and Make Gmail Better

Email is one of the oldest Internet technologies we have today and statistics show that irrespective of how many social media platforms are created each season, email is here to stay. Digital Mailing is embedded in our everyday routine across different walks of life and it will be profitable to make use of the various […]

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5 Ways to Check Your Android Phone Hacked or Not

Do you suspect that your Android smartphone or tablet is infected with some malware or spyware? Well, there are several pointers that can indicate this is the case. For example, your device is unnecessarily slow and even freezes periodically, or displays popups. Experiencing these symptoms can mean that your device has been hacked but that […]

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7 Best Alternatives to Google Search in 2021

Yes, alternatives to Google Search Engine do exist! No Kidding! Life without Google Search is inconceivable. Today, Google Search has become an integral part of our lives, it has become our knowledge bank and honestly, it is Google that gives us all the confidence to learn about anything and everything on this planet. It has […]

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8 Best Free Adobe Apps for Android and iOS

This article brings you some amazing Adobe apps for which you don’t have to shell out anything from your pocket. Just follow the below guide to check out these applications! Adobe is counted as one of the well-known computer software giants that have successfully established its name in the world of technology and programming. Earlier […]

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Alma Linux – An Open-Source RHEL Fork Built by CloudLinux

Remember when I told you about CloudLinux donating up to $1 million to a CentOS replacement annually? Well, the operating system is finally here in the form of AlmaLinux – a free, open-sourced, community-driven, 1:1 binary compatible fork of RHEL 8. In case you missed that news, get yourself up to speed by reading all […]

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Best IM Clients For Whatsapp, Messenger, and Telegram on Linux

Whatsapp, Messenger, and Telegram are by far the most used instant messaging clients in the world and while they are used by millions, Whatsapp and Messenger, both of which are owned by Facebook, do not have an official desktop client for the Linux desktop platform. Telegram, on the other hand, has got official clients on […]

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CloudLinux Commits More Than $1 million a Year to CentOS Replacement

If you’ve had your eyes on the news, you may have read the CentOS 8 end-of-life announcement by Red Hat. The announcement came with several significant changes to the CentOS project roadmap which is bound to affect infrastructure and deployment plans for end-users as well as data centers and online businesses. The most relevant change […]

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How To Change App Icons On IOS 14 Home Screen

iOS 14 updates bring in this incredible feature to customize your home screen as per your liking or personality. This feature allows the user to replace the default app icons with some trendy, classy, or fun icons. Since iOS 14 is capable of supporting widgets, you can choose any popular app like Widgetsmith to create […]

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How To Hide Your Location On Chrome, Firefox, and Edge

Sought after web browsers like Firefox, Chrome, and Microsoft Edge are enabled with geolocation services that can be used to trace you based on your network location, IP address, and WiFi. Although this feature is useful enough, at the same time it may cause grave privacy concerns. Therefore, it becomes imperative to fake or hides […]

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