If you are on your network or WiFi it’s easy to forget that things are consuming bandwidth and just go, but if you are on a metered internet connection data plan like Cellphone Tethering/Hotspot or a capped plan from your ISP you need to be cautious not to exceed those caps or incur extra costs.
There are two ways to monitor Network Usage
Task Manager, both reset the information every 30 days.
Continue reading Monitor and Control Network Usage on Win10
Edits: Found other settings that extend the new look. iOS edit to come shortly and noted in that section.
Tip: You can change back by selecting the
Default option if you change your mind.
Chrome has a new Material Design mode that you can turn on, simply follow our instructions.
Continue reading New Material Design Mode – Chrome 68
Search Indexer – What is it?
Search Indexer basically provides indexing of things on your computer for Windows Search and Cortana to work. It indexes and caches files, emails and other things that you would search for. By default this service should not be running at 100% unless your computer was idle.
Provides content indexing, property caching, an search results for files, e-mail, media files, contact list and other content.
Now that we know what it does we can see why it would consume as much resources as it does.
Continue reading Windows Search Indexer High Disk or CPU
By default the editor in Ubuntu Server is Nano, I prefer Vim.
Run the following command:
sudo update-alternatives --config editor
this will output a selection list that may differ depending on which editors you have installed:
There are 5 alternatives which provide `editor’.
*+ 1 /bin/nano
Press enter to keep the default[*], or type selection number:
Select the number of the editor you want to use and press enter. That’s it.
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In general you would use a desktop version of whatever Linux Distro you decided suits your needs and you may have an external display that you use to write scripts on or whatever else you do that would work best with a rotated (portrait) display; for me that is note taking or scripting. I have mine hard mounted to the wall and if I need to rotate it it’s almost impossible because I have displays on either side of it that are also hard mounted on the wall.
The last few days I’ve been playing with building a Linux (Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS) based Gateway to run my network in server mode and I had to use this rotated display as I had other things going on that were taking up the other displays. As you are aware, using a portrait display to see what you’re doing on a server is no fun and yes I can ssh into the server but I wanted to work directly off the server while tasks on my other machine were still going on. Yes, I did make this extra complicated for myself but it made me learn things that I and not many normally people think about. I could make this easy by installing a GUI but that would add extra things to my system that I do not need and that would take up resources that I prefer to go to the task I’m creating this system for.
Continue reading Rotate display in Linux when not using an X Server
First off let me say that this will not increase system resources, it will tho increase response times that will make your phone work faster by adjusting the animation timers.
First thing we need to do is enable Developer Mode
Warning : Before we go any further, only change the three items we list below unless you know what you are doing.
- Open the
Settings app on your phone
- If your handset runs Android 8.0+, tap
System If not, skip this step.
- Scroll down and tap
- Scroll down and tap
Build number 7 times consecutively
Locate these three settings tap on each one and change it’s value to
.5x ← Note the decimal.
- Window animation scale
- Transition animation scale
- Animator animation scale
Basically what this is doing is setting the transition animation time to 1/2 of it’s original value so things will load and close twice as fast, giving you a significant boost in non-wasted time on your phone waiting for things to load.
That’s it. Go enjoy your new speed.
Apple has been steadily positioning itself as the anti-Facebook for a while now, and between verbal jabs aimed at the social media giant and privacy-focused product decisions, the patient goodwill campaign seems to be working. Unfortunately, Apple isn’t going to save us, and now’s the time to keep your guard up. Continue reading Apple Isn’t Your Friend