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How to Mount and Use an exFAT Drive on Linux

The exFAT file system is ideal for flash drives and SD cards. It’s like FAT32, but without the 4 GB file size limit. You...

How to Get the Latest NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel Graphics Drivers on Ubuntu

More games support Linux than ever, thanks to Steam for Linux. But, like on Windows, many of these games require the latest graphics drivers...

How to Add Your Music Library to Steam and Use the Steam Music Player

Steam’s Music Player allows you to add a MP3 file stored on your computer to a local music library and play it back —...

How to Get a Chrome OS-like Operating System on Any PC

Want to turn any old computer into a Chromebook? Google doesn’t provide official builds of Chrome OS for any old computer, but there are...

How to Set Up Your Own Home VPN Server

VPNs are very useful, whether you’re traveling the world or just using public Wi-Fi at a coffee shop in your hometown. But you don’t necessarily...

How to Mount Your Windows 10 (or 8) System Drive on Linux

If you’re dual-booting Linux alongside Windows 10, 8, or 8.1 and you want to mount your Windows system partition and access its files, you’ll...

How to Mount ISOs and Other Disc Images on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Disc images have become more useful than ever on modern PCs that often lack CD and DVD drives. Create ISO files and other types...

How to Sign Into Two or More Skype Accounts at Once

Skype doesn’t offer an obvious way to use multiple accounts at the same time. You don’t have to log out and log back in — you...