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How to Install Imagemagick 7 on Debian

ImageMagick is an open-source image manipulation command-line tool. It is used to create, edit, transform, and convert .png, .jpg, .gif and other types of images. You can use it to resize and transform images, add text overlays, draw shapes, add […]

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Best Diff Tools to Compare File Contents on Linux

Diff tools are used by countless people all around the world, be it developers, web designers, editors, photographers, engineers, the possibilities are countless. They use these tools to find out the differences between different files, folders, and di…

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Dog – Command Line DNS Client for DNS Lookup

Dog is a nice-looking command-line DNS Client for DNS lookup which works like dig. It has colorful output, understands normal command-line argument syntax, supports the DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS protocols, and can emit JSON. This tutorial shows h…

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5 Ways to Take Screenshots on Arch Linux

In this article, I will show you how to take a screenshot in Arch Linux. By default Arch installation (GUI) comes with a screenshot utility. But there are other efficient and simple third-party utilities to take a screenshot on Arch […]
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Best Tools to Create a Bootable Linux USB Drive

Bootable USB is a USB drive that is used to boot up a computer or laptop for installation on an operating system. Unlike Windows, Linux distributions require a third-party tool to create a bootable USB. It is particularly handy with […]
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8 Ways to Check CPU Clock Speed on Linux

CPU clock speed determines how fast your CPU can process instructions every second. It measures the number of cycles your CPU can execute, measured in GHz or Mhz. As it is hard to increase clock speed beyond a limit, multi-core […]
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