Archive | July, 2017

Peppermint Eight – Stairway to Cloud

The recent tendency in our technology world is to move from using your personal computer for storage and processing of data to cloud-based storage and processing. There are very few people now who have never heard about cloud-based file storage facilities, email, office packages and so on. Even ERP systems are now moving to cloud, […]

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Cracking The Data Safety Code

Keeping our data safe online is something that we get told about a lot. That is because as members of the information generation, it’s all too easy for our most valuable assets our identity and privacy to be compromised. But how can we keep our data safer? Read on to find out. Passwords OK, so […]

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Why I will not write a full-feature review of Debian 9

Debian 9 is out. It has been released on the 17th of June 2017. Its codename is Stretch, which is yet another character from the Toy Story animated film. It is available for download in both Install and Live versions, and Live version is available in many flavours: GNOME, KDE, Xfce, Cinnamon, LXDE and so […]

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Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon: Quick Screenshot Tour

Linux Mint is one of the operating systems that release the new versions regularly. However, dislike Ubuntu and Fedora releases, Linux Mint only releases “when ready”, more like the Debian operating system. The most recent release of Linux Mint was named Sonya and has the version number 18.2. This is the third release in the […]

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