If you want to control multiple machines across platform between Linux, Mac, and Windows with one keyboard and mouse, Synergy is still one of the best tools out there. But unfortunately, Synergy has become a commercial product that charges what used to
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Earlier this year at Microsoft’s Annual Build Conference, Microsoft announced the support of running Linux commands within Windows – Windows Subsystem for Linux, a mind-blowing announcement to those who have worked with Linux with the knowledge of understanding Microsoft’s history. It’s
Here on NOW, We’ve covered many tools around WOL, Wake On Lan. WOL, allowing you remotely to Power On a local network computer. If this is something you are interested, we have a full tutorial showing you how to set
A while ago I covered this new editor, Visual Studio Code, by Microsoft and how great it is to finally have a native Twitter client running on Windows 7. All of those apps share one thing in common, which is the
If you Google “Linux Windows Share” or “Ubuntu VirtualBox Windows Share” or similar topics along the line you will find thousands of articles on how to configure various ways to mount and share folders and files between Windows and Linux.
You probably have heard of Bitcoin by now, some say this will be the future our financial transactions. We will see if that’s true or not in years to come. That said, Bitcoin might be hard to grasp on at
*disclosure: we are not affiliated or sponsored by any companies mentioned below.* Recently I just acquired a Synology DS215j, it’s a NAS Server. My main motivation for acquiring a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server is to have a better way