Linux Netbooks

What is CloudReady? Is this a viable alternative to Chrome OS?

CloudReady is becoming popular, especially among people with low-end hardware. So I decided to take a look and share my findings with you in this article. What is CloudReady? CloudReady is an operating system based on the open source Chromium OS code base from Google. Neverware, the organization behind CloudReady, …

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How to run Unetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye

UNetbootin is an open source program to install on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It is intended for creating bootable USB drives using ISO images. Here we learn the commands to run UNetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye. The “Universal Network Boot Installer”- Unetbootin for short – extracts ISO files and modifies …

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The ONEXPLAYER 7 inch Portable Mini Gaming PC is smaller (but thicker) than the ONEXPLAYER 8.4 inch

The ONEXPLAYER line of portable gaming computers is growing. After launching the original model with an 8.4-inch display and an Intel Tiger Lake processor earlier this year, One Netbook followed with an AMD edition in November. The following ? the ONEXPLAYER Mini, which is a smaller model with an Intel …

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When Dell Built a Netbook Using an X86 Modular System

Just like with touchscreen cell phones packed with innovative and sophisticated features that everyone overlooks, there are areas that laptop makers previously ventured into but dared not touch anymore. On Twitter, [Kiwa] talks about a fascinating attempt by Dell to manufacture laptops with user-replaceable CPU + RAM modules. In 2008, …

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ECS presents the Liva Z3 with Intel Jasper Lake processors

ecs liva z3 1000×600.jpg ECS has unveiled its new Liva Z3 mini-PCs, compact desktop computers, using low-power Intel Jasper Lake processors. ECS delivers the series in two versions, Liva Z3 and Liva Z3E. The former is the smallest with dimensions of 117 x 128 x 35mm, while the latter is …

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MINISFORUM JB95, a compact and economical PC

minisforum jb95 1000×600.jpg MINISFORUM JB95 is another model that the Chinese firm has added to its range of mini-PCs. Extremely compact desktops that you can place anywhere on the desk or living room, with enough performance for basic computing tasks (at least) and with generally pretty contained prices. This is …

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Where can you buy a preinstalled Linux laptop?

Linux has grown into a perfectly capable and easy-to-use operating system, but where can you actually buy a Linux laptop? You won’t find them in big box stores other than Chromebooks. Fortunately, this is less of a problem as more of us shop online. Now it’s just a matter of …

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Guide: Install Linux on your PC

This tutorial is about Guide: Install Linux on your PC. We will do our best to make sure you understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog Guide: Install Linux on your PC. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. Check out the guide: install …

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How to fix “Widgets are not updating” issue on Android

This tutorial is for solving the “Widgets not updating” issue on Android. We will do our best to make sure you understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How to fix “Widgets are not updating” issue on Android. If your answer is yes, please share it with …

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What’s on your desk, Adi Robertson?

When you tend to collect items, it’s hard to create a litter-free space in which to work. It’s even more difficult when you have to do it on the fly because suddenly you are working at home rather than in the office. Adi Robertson, senior reporter for The edge, has …

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