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How to Copy URLs of All Open Tabs in Firefox

Mozilla Firefox doesn’t have an official option to copy web addresses (URLs) of all open tabs to your clipboard. But there’s an easy trick to get a nice list of addresses on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Here’s how….

How to Install the Tor Browser on a Chromebook

The Tor Project says that you can’t run the full version of the anonymizing Tor browser on a Chromebook. But, by using your Chromebook’s Linux subsystem, you can install and use it very easily. Here’s how….

How to Get a Graphical Device Manager for Linux

There are endless Linux command-line utilities that show the details of your computer’s hardware. HardInfo displays all that information in an easy graphical interface. It’s like Windows Device Manager for Linux….

How to Install Signal Desktop on Linux

Signal is the privacy-focused smartphone messaging app everyone seems to be using. You can also use Signal on a Windows PC, Mac—or Linux computer. It’s easy to install and register it to your Signal account….

How to Use DB Browser for SQLite on Linux

DB Browser for SQLite lets you view and edit SQLite databases on Linux. You can design, create, and edit these database files, and peek inside the inner workings of other applications. Here’s how to use this SQLite GUI….

How to Kill Zombie Processes on Linux

Programs that are poorly written or performing badly can leave zombie processes lurking inside your Linux computer. Find out how zombies are created, and how you can finally lay them to rest.
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