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Why you should remove www. from your site?       World Wide Web, or WWW for short. An Internet-based network of publicly accessible web pages. The Internet itself is not the same as the Web. It is an application […]

How to Install PM2 on Ubuntu 20.04 A NodeJS process manager called PM2 allows you to run, control, or stop your processes in real-time. It manages the availability of your app by running as a daemon on the server. To […]

How to install Matomo Web Analytics on Ubuntu Previously known as Piwik, Matomo open-source web analytics runs on a PHP/MySQL server and was developed by an international development team. With the software, you will be able to generate reports when […]

How to Install Umami Web Analytics on Ubuntu 20.04       Self-hosted open-source, Umami Web Analytics is an alternative to Google Analytics. It is an easy-to-use, self-hosted web analytics tool. The main objective of this tool is to provide […]

How to install LAMP Stack on Debian       Back-end development using LAMP has gained popularity because it is free and open-source. LAMP is comprised of a Linux OS, an Apache web server, a MySQL database, and PHP programming […]

How to Install Discord on Ubuntu       A free video, voice, and text chat app, Discord is used by millions of people every day. In addition to homework and art projects, Discord is used for family outings and […]

A Simple Way to Reset Ubuntu to the Default Settings     People who have used Ubuntu for a long time will sometimes need to reset the settings to the default for various reasons. Ubuntu-based distributions offer this functionality. Once […]

How to Install Visual Studio Code on CentOS       Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is a source code editor for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. As well as offering code editing functions, it also offers debugging, task execution, […]

How to Install Visual Studio Code on Fedora     Visual Studio Code, developed by Microsoft, is a source code editor for Windows, Linux, and Mac. In addition to code editing functions, it also offers tools like debugging, running tasks, […]

How to Install Visual Studio Code on Debian Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is a source code editor for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Besides offering code editing functions, it offers additional tools like debugging, running tasks, and version control. Visual Studio […]

How to install Zoom on Debian       Zoom Meetings is Zoom Video Communications’ proprietary videoconferencing service. Audio and/or video conferencing can be conducted using Zoom. A Basic Plan is available for free with unlimited meetings supported by advertisements. […]

How to Install GUI on CentOS       CentOS provides a wide range of graphical environments. The GNOME project is a desktop GUI (graphics user interface) included in the GNU project, With the KISS (Keep it simple, stupid) principle, […]