Category Archives: Tutorial

How to use microsoft excel?

Without doubt, an Excel spreadsheet is one of the most advanced tools for working with raw data—and one of the most feared.  The application looks complicated, way too advanced, and like something that would take hours to figure out. I wouldn’t be surprised if upon hearing that you had to start using MS Excel, your… Read More »

How to use Microsoft Powerpoint?

werPoint presentations work like slide shows. To convey a message or a story, you break it down into slides. Think of each slide as a blank canvas for the pictures, words, and shapes that will help you build your story. NOTE: For information about earlier versions of PowerPoint, see Create a basic presentation in PowerPoint.  … Read More »

How to Install Google Chrome on Linux

Ubuntu comes with quite a lot of high quality software program pre-installed. Sadly, the default net browser, Mozilla Firefox, has been on the decline — it’s sluggish and clunky. On Linux, Google Chrome is now the top internet browser, and it’s one of the best ways to experience Adobe Flash content material too (when you… Read More »

Why Ubuntu uses sudo instead of root login?

Once you are an administrator on the Linux or UNIX platforms you will likely know the top level directory is known as root. The root directory in both Linux and Unix  by default has access to all the commands and files and should be the only account to have write access to main filesystem. Although… Read More »

Do you need Linux Certification?

Is IT Certification in Linux Necessary? If you are in the Technology field you will see a lot of employers now are asking for relevant certification to compliment your experience in the IT field. If you have Linux experience, it is surely recommended to try to become certified in the your field of expertise. When looking… Read More »

Setting up VPN on Linux

If you are trying to set up VPN on linux operating system you have come to the right place. Most people consider linux to be more advanced when compared to windows as it relates to security and stability. Just to note a few of the popular instances are linux, Centos OS, Ubunto, Linux mint etc. Although… Read More »