Starting a program, file management, system monitoring and more can all be performed without a single mouse click. Some swear by the command line, while others are happy never to have to encounter that intimidating black screen. If you’re the curious type and want to explore the full power of your Linux system that your GUI conveniently hides, then read on.
Imagine you are listening to internet radio, seeing a show on youtube, or watching a blu-ray movie, and you want to record that particularly sound/music/voice, in a fast way. Maybe something for a school project, or you simply want to make a podcast. But sadly, no “Stereo mix” or “What you hear” can be found on the list of recording devices. You could right-click and then left-click to show every disabled devices, but that won’t work on every systems with a built-in soundcard, especially on laptops.
winSAT.exe is the Windows System Assessment Tool. It collects information about the processor, memory, 2D graphics, 3D graphics, disk et al in the computer, and then, based on an algorithm, it calculates a score which is the famous Windows Experience Index score. Problem is, every week this Windows performance assessment tool is launched and uses up way to much of the computer’s available resources.
Like with previous versions of Windows, it’s usually a good idea to remove or disable certain things, especially if it’s to secure and/or to unbloat a system.
Users over at the Reddit station have collected together a list of all the things you can remove from Win10: Read the full post at Reddit
Systemd is the new system and service manager for Linux. It is a replacement for init system and can manage system startup and services. It starts up and supervises the entire system.