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How To Monitor Temperature In Ubuntu-Linux?

Temperature is an essential matter of your computer’s hardware and its performance. When you run your PC it will generate heat. If your PC overheats, you will lose performance.

So monitoring your PC’s thermal condition is essential. In this blog post, I will walk you through how you can monitor your PC’s temps in Ubuntu/Linux. Before that, let’s see why you should care about it and what problems you may face if your PC gets overheated.

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How To Create A Multiboot USB Flash Drive In Linux? – Easy Method

Basically, a multiboot USB flash drive allows you to carry multiple ISOs on a single USB. You can boot into any OS installation without reformatting your USB media. That means you can now carry Windows and Linux at the same time on a single USB thumb drive.

Yes, you can do that.

The only limit is your USB flash drive’s storage capacity. A larger storage size will allow you to carry more ISO files.

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How To Update openSUSE Tumbleweed From The Terminal? – Quick Guide

Updating or upgrading openSUSE is different from Ubuntu. Many new Linux users use Ubuntu or Ubuntu-based Linux distributions at the start. They learn Ubuntu commands to update, upgrade, install, and remove packages from the system.

I am a long-term Ubuntu user also. But when I first tried openSUSE, I was stumbling upon some basic things that are completely different from Ubuntu.

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How To Install Htop In Linux? – Easy Guide

As a Linux user, I always search for better applications to increase my productivity, utilize my hardware efficiently and monitor them to reduce any system crashes. Htop is one of them. It’s a command-line system monitoring tool for Linux based on ncurses. ncurses (new curses) is a programming library that allows the programmer to create a GUI-like CLI application using the API.

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Change The Swappiness Value On Linux – Easy Guide

The Swappiness value is a part of the Linux Kernel. If you are a Linux user, you should have heard of Linux Swap space. During the Linux installation, a small amount of hard disk space is allocated as Swap. This Swap partition or file acts like RAM when the system memory is exhausted. And the Swappiness Value determines when to use the swap space.

In this post, I am going over some of the basics of Linux Swap and the Swappiness Value. And also how you can change the Swappiness Value on Linux.

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How To Enter Into UEFI/BIOS In Windows 10? – Easy Method!

In this post, we will learn how to enter into UEFI/BIOS. But before that, let’s understand the concept of these.

BIOS or Basic Input/Output System is a firmware that initiates all the connected hardware, peripherals, and strat-up the boot sequence. UEFI on the other hand is a modern firmware designed to replace the old legacy BIOS.

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