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LastObject LastSwab review – A reusable alternative to the Q-tip

REVIEW – I use a Q-tip every day to clean my ears after I get out of the shower. It’s always a quick swipe and into the trash it goes. Have you ever wondered how many Q-tips wind up in the garbage each year? I didn’t either until I was asked by LastObject if I …

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3 Ways to Remove Files from Trash on Ubuntu Using GUI and Terminal

By choosing files and documents and hitting the “Remove” key on the keyboard, users can remove all data. Those files are then moved to Junk, a computer location for discarded data. Deleted files remain inside the “Trash” folder unless you elect to clear it or restored the contents. Throughout this article, we’ll look at the […] The post 3 Ways to Remove Files from Trash on Ubuntu Using GUI and Terminal appeared first on Linux Today.

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How to Install Java 16 in Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux

Java is a cross-platform, object-oriented, and multipurpose programming language that is primarily used for creating mobile, web, and cloud applications. Additionally, you can use Java to create games, chatbots, enterprise applications, and a whole lot more. Installing v. 16 is simple with this tutorial. The post How to Install Java 16 in Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux appeared first on Linux Today.

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9 Best File Comparison and Difference (Diff) Tools for Linux

While writing program files or normal text files, programmers and writers sometimes want to know the difference between two files or two versions of the same file. When you compare two computer files on Linux, the difference between their contents is called a diff. Learn more about Diff tools for Linux here. The post 9 Best File Comparison and Difference (Diff) Tools for Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Understanding the File System – Part 12

Ubuntu has a very different file system compared to Windows. It’s organized in a completely different way designed to offer more security, but it’ll feel unfamiliar if you’ve come exclusively from a Windows background. It’s therefore worth devoting time to learning about the file system in Ubuntu.   The post Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Understanding the File System – Part 12 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Body Of College Girl Who Disappeared A Month Ago After Leaving A Friend’s Apartment Has Been Found In A River

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 26-year-old Cassandra Johnston, whom everyone affectionately called Casey, went missing nearly a month ago. It was July 10th when Casey was last seen at 5:51 in the morning. She left her friend’s apartment on Summer and 12th in Philadelphia and got into her silver-colored 2016 Ford Focus hatchback. Although Casey’s family reported her […]

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Xfce Apps Update for July 2021 Brings New Releases of Catfish, Mousepad, Sensors Plugin, and More

July 2021 looks to have been another slow month for Xfce’s apps updates, but we did receive some important ones, starting with the Catfish file searching tool, which received not one but two releases that enabled the sidebar by default, added local source (pip) installation support, enabled support for searching compressed files, added full-text search […] The post Xfce Apps Update for July 2021 Brings New Releases of Catfish, Mousepad, Sensors Plugin, and More appeared first on Linux Today.

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