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How to Remove a Business from Your Google My Business Listings

Initially released in 2014, Google My Business is a free and easy-to-use tool that many organizations and small businesses are using to connect with a plethora of clients through Google Search and Google Maps . [ You might also like: How to Add Your Business to Google and Google Maps ] Listing your business in […]

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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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How to Integrate Nautilus File Manager with Git

Nautilus file manager is the software of choice for many Linux users who enjoying using GUI apps for directory management. Personally, I like to work with Git via the terminal because I learned to be more efficient in working that way. The last time we talked about this, I had to use an extension to […]

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Peek – A Simple Animated Gif Screen Recorder for Linux

Peek Gif Recorder is the perfect screen capture tool for short and sharp video clips. It was designed to use ffmpeg and ImageMagick to take screencasts of your desktop and animate them to make them Gifs. It’s that nifty tool for those who might want to demo a bug or a brief gameplay session quickly. […]

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Kooha – Screen Recorder with Wayland Support

It has been a while since we covered screen recorder software for Linux. After having covered applications like Peek and Gyazo , we haven’t talked a lot about alternatives. If you’re guessing the reason for that is a shortage of feature-rich alternatives, you’re not off track. We’ve got a solid list of screen recorders in […]

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10 Best Websites to Find Free Fonts Online in 2021

We write to communicate and to communicate we must write clearly. Typography plays a very critical role in upscaling your brand and is something that every business needs to think through. If you are a blogger, the font you use on your website to communicate with your audience should be comforting to the reader. You […]

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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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15 Best Sites to Find Free Images for Your Website

An article with or without images? What would be your preference? Without a doubt, articles with images are more appealing to the eyes than articles or blogs without them. Content with images gets more views, shares, and engagements compared to the ones that are only loaded with words. As a website owner and a blogger, […]

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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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