Useful apt commands (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint etc.)

Terminal commands for package management can be an essential thing if you come across an unexpected error or are just interested in how things work. Here are a few of the more important ones:   apt-cache search --names-only --installed Followed by a pattern, the above command searches every package in its cache for it (you ... Read more

Show battery capacity for notebooks on Windows

Notebook batteries lose part of their capacity over time depending on their treatment. To see at how much maximum capacity your battery it, there is a command line tool that you can use from an elevated command line. To open such, search your main menu for cmd, right-click it and choose Run as administrator. In ... Read more