Powertop for Fedora helps increase Laptop’s Battery Life

Any laptop user would like to optimize the battery usage so that he/she gets the best range out of it. Therefore, it’s necessary to know which process is draining up the laptop battery. ‘Powertop’ utility does exactly help you achieve that goal. Install Powertop and enable it in Fedora STEP 1: Go to ‘Activities’ and… Continue reading Powertop for Fedora helps increase Laptop’s Battery Life

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How to install GNOME shell extensions in Fedora

Sometimes the included default settings are not enough to get certain things done quickly or even impossible to do in some instances. GNOME shell extensions, when enabled, come in handy to improve productivity, to enhance the user experience, and to install themes. What are GNOME Shell extensions? GNOME shell extensions are tiny add-ons that can… Continue reading How to install GNOME shell extensions in Fedora

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Fedora 32 release date, new features, and more

After Fedora 32 Beta was deemed unready for release last week during the initial Fedora 32 Beta “Go/No-Go” meeting.  However, just 24 hours later, the Fedora developers reconvened and determined that all bugs had been successfully addressed.  As such, the beta release is now scheduled for release on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. If the remaining… Continue reading Fedora 32 release date, new features, and more

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Top New Features in Fedora 34

My first install of Fedora was Fedora 19, codename “Schrödinger’s Cat,” named after the quantum mechanics Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment. Back then, Fedora versions were released with a number version and a code name before the naming convention was dropped, “What a bummer!”. However, I have never looked back since, and fast-forward to 2021, and… Continue reading Top New Features in Fedora 34

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