Etcher Installation Guide

Etcher Installation

Nowadays, it’s been very common for people to carry at least one USB flash drive anywhere they go. Knowing how powerful a little stick could do, you surely would be in a habit of doing so yourself. Etcher or also known as Balena Etcher is free to use, and an open-source (meaning to say that …

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Cool Things Etcher Can Do

Etcher

Installing operating systems from CDs and DVDs is a thing of the past now – some Linux distros can’t be booted from CDs, and many middle-aged to new laptops (and even desktop computers!) simply do not have the CD ROM drive anymore, as it makes the device chunkier and heavier, and also because very little …

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Top 5 Best Etcher Alternatives

Etcher Alternatives

Bootable USB software became a staple of any operating system installation or backup process since burning them onto a CD or DVD required money to be spent on the CD or DVD that can’t be used for anything else afterward; moreover, discs are at bigger risk of physical damage, such as scratching, bending and even …

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Best Linux Distributions For Beginners

Etcher

The large majority of computer users around the world are Windows users: Windows is easy to learn and use, supports just about everything and anything that has ever been released for PCs. However, Windows also costs quite a lot, depending on where in the world you are from, has little to no customization options, and …

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The Best Linux Distributions That Can Run Entirely On RAM

Linux Distros

Running a Linux distribution completely from RAM has many benefits.  First, reading/writing directly from RAM is exponentially faster than using a HDD/SSD.  Second, running from RAM means you will have fewer problems with reboots and drive life.  Third, running the entire operating system from RAM means you could potentially speed up virtualization.  Fourth, it’s a …

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5 Linux Distros That Look Like macOS

Alternatives to macOS

Linux distribution, also known as distro in short. It is an operating system that is built using the Linux kernel. You can picture it as having a desktop environment that can be installed in any computer terminal. If you think about it, most operating systems like Windows and Mac are licensed while Linux is free …

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Phoenix OS Vs Prime OS: What’s The Best Operating System?

Phoenix OS was developed by Beijing Chaozuo Technology, a software technology company, formerly known as the Window of the World Browser team. The company aims to develop software in the Android ecosystem including other operating systems, auxiliary products, and client tools in the field of Androids. Phoenix OS is a new operating system based on …

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The Intermediate Guide To Phoenix OS

Phoenix OS

If you ever wanted to build an android operating system in your computer – fortunately now you can! Thanks to Phoenix OS. Typically, you would want to do this if you wanted to run a bunch of mainstream android applications on your PC. A lot of people think that this is actually an emulator, but …

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