Okay, I decided to remove Gnome desktop from my desktop computer, and I decided to to reboot it, and what I encountered… is an issue with a screen-reader, Orca when just only using Xubuntu interface. That’s when I decided to reinstall Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on my desktop to revert to a stable LTS version. Well, this is necessary because, this is necessary for my machine to rely on these programs that are stable. However; I reconnected my FireFox account to sync my browsers. My laptop is still running a rolling release of Ubuntu, such as 21.04; and I am currently waiting for a next LTS version of this OS.
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This is one question what Linux users hasn’t asked just yet. Running Windows via virtual machines as an oppose to your host machine is common for some people who wanted to have 2 OSs for developing software for multiple platforms. However; what Linux doesn’t have is LSW, and if you read this title of this article; I’ll tell you why there’s no LSW feature in Linux.
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Although; Orca via Ubuntu via newer versions can really outperform Chromevox via Chrome OS Orca is easy to use and modify. You can really type away your work without slowing down. Google Chromevox via Chrome OS has these flaws what I’ve mentioned earlier. Despite Chromebooks with 4 GB of RAM or more… Chromevox still stall and stutters. Typically, screen-readers must be low in resources, and meet standards to use very less memory. Within this post; I’ll show these experiments as I use these screen-readers.
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This is 1 question what parents are asking, if children requested to have accounts on a family computer. However; user accounts via Linux computers are built for privacy, but a family computer with educational games or books available to read is common for kids to be educated at school. Although; Windows is known to have user accounts with UAC (User Account Control) that is subject to flaws. With Linux; you can add users to your machine,–if you are a parent.
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Everyday, we stumble upon PCs with Microsoft Windows installed as you buy new PCs. However; you don’t have to use Microsoft Windows as your default OS. If you never heard of “De-Microsoft” or “De-Microsoften” before, that means, you’re are removing Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft products from your machines. I’ll show you how to “De-Microsoften” your machines in this article. However; I’ve managed to remove Windows from my machines with a help of a visual person.
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