Tag: windows

YouTube: Stream the audio and video Ad-Free

Hello, this week we will talk about the free version of YouTube Music and stream the videos without any ads which mean you don’t have to pay for purchasing the subscription for the ad-free music and videos. You can have a subscription-free mobile app and desktop software. 🤩😎 Follow the steps to have a free…
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Stellarium: Gaze at the Stars of a Simulated Universe

Image Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stellarium-0-12-0-fi.png This week, as part of our weekly community presentations, in which I hosted, we had taken a quick look at the free open-source astronomy software known as Stellarium. Have you ever considered becoming a junior astronomer but you just didn’t have the proper equipment or perhaps you lived in a big city…
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Gaze at the Stars with Stellarium : Show & Tell July 21st @ 2:00 pm

Image Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stellarium-0-12-0-fi.png Ever wanted to be a junior astronomer but you just don’t have the proper equipment or perhaps you live in a big city with far too much light pollution? Even if the idea has you somewhat interested, come and join us This Wednesday, July 21st at 2pm on Zoom HERE where we…
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Spice up Your Discord Server With Bots!

Image Source: https://dataprot.net/news/issues/chat-app-discord-becomes-the-next-generation-silk-road/ Some of you may be familiar with Discord, which has become much more popular with the non-gaming crowds since Covid took over for normal. No matter what you may use discord for, there are some really neat things you can add to your server to make it more engaging for you, your…
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Buried Treasure: The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall

Image Source: https://www.prosiebengames.de/magazin/spielgenre-news/rpgs-und-mmorpgs/the-elder-scrolls-2-daggerfall-unity-remake-bis-zum-story-ende-spielbar It is no doubt that many of you are familiar with the 2011 behemoth in gaming that was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as well as it’s many resurrections and special editions that have been released in the years since, but many are not familiar with the much older titles by Bethesda,…
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Access the Sandbox, Remotely!

If your computer isn’t cutting edge, or you don’t have the hard-drive space to install something new and big like a game engine, machine-learning libraries or rendering software, good news! All you need is some software you probably already have installed, and you can access the sandbox computers to do whatever you need! We’ve installed…
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Edutainment: Learn to Code While Playing Minecraft!

Image source: https://mspoweruser.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/code-builder-minecraft.jpg By this point in time, we are probably all familiar with the Java-based wonder that is Minecraft, which became one of the most beloved PC games that attracted both children and adults. These days, calling it a PC game doesn’t really do it justice as it has been available on just about…
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PCem: Authentic Legacy PC Emulation

Image Source: https://pcem-emulator.co.uk/ If you are anything like me, your Steam game library is probably full of games that are of legal drinking age in the U.S, and as some of you may know, when it comes to playing retro games on newer operating systems, we aren’t always blessed by the God of proper ports;…
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You Need a Budget

While it is possible to do hardware projects based on scrap alone, projects like this are ill-suited for beginners. Even simple projects like rotating a cat toy or automating a dispenser are turned into grueling, complicated projects when trying to use salvaged equipment. However, there are an infinite number of projects that can be done…
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Learn VI

A holy war has been raging since the 80’s between nerds all over the word about which command line editor is better to use. Command line editors are necessary when the only means of using a computer is via the terminal or command line, for example while remotely accessing a server or any computer that…
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