If you're struggling to either figure out which Linux distribution to try as your first steps with the open-source operating system, or you're not sure which to recommend to others new to the OS, Jack Wallen offers you a simple way to choose.
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The final release of Fedora 36 should launch the distribution to the top of the "best of" charts.
Slash commands help make Slack more efficient and powerful. Jack Wallen shows you the basics of using this handy feature.
If you'd like to add project management to your Google Docs, you're in for a treat, as the feature has finally arrived. Jack Wallen shows you how to use it.
If you've ever wanted to dip your toes into the kanban board waters, there's an easy-to-use macOS app that makes it very easy to do. Jack Wallen shows you how Kanbanier is installed and used.
Looking for an easy way to keep track of your Linux servers from macOS? If so, Jack Wallen believes Servercat offers just the right combination of simplicity and features.
If you have small hands and a large Android device, Jack Wallen is sure one-handed mode will help dramatically improve your mobile experience.
If you need to share your battery to charge up a dying device, the Pixel 5 and 6 phones have a feature that's sure to please. Jack Wallen shows you how to enable and use Battery Share.
If you've ever wanted to experience the power, flexibility, and stability of Arch Linux, but wanted a more user-friendly take, EndeavorOS Apollo might be exactly what you're looking for.
If you're looking for a Google Drive alternative that's decentralized and encrypted, Jack Wallen believes Internxt might be exactly what you need.