40 articles published since March 17, 2023
About Hannah Knight
Hannah is a contributing writer at MakeUseOf. She currently attends Eastern New Mexico University as a computer science major. She focuses on writing about Linux and other subjects in technology because she believes in making technology accessible for all.
Apps that use old repository names on GitHub as dependencies might actually be leading users to malware. Here's what you need to know.
If you want to know more about init systems, it's important to first understand the systemctl and service commands and their underlying differences.
Regularly deleting cookies doesn't fully eliminate the risk, but it greatly improves your odds of staying safe.
Coloring your art can be a tedious process. But Krita's Colorize Mask feature makes it a breeze.
Are you getting an error 4013 pop-up in iTunes or Finder when attempting to update or restore your iPhone? Here's what you need to do.
Are you tired of LibreOffice's annoying bugs? Here are some of the most annoying bugs that have been fixed in LibreOffice 7.5.5.
Getting the "hash sum mismatch" error when updating packages on Kali Linux? Here's how you can fix it.
You can dramatically improve the quality of your audio recordings by connecting an external USB mic to your iPhone. We'll teach you how to set one up.
Here's what you should do if you encounter the "Error splicing file: file too large" error when copying files between two drives on Linux.
Is the "no root file system is defined" error not letting you install Linux on your PC? Here are three ways to get rid of this error message.
Listen to your favorite music locally by installing iTunes on your Chromebook.
Creating videos with interesting effects couldn't be easier in OpenShot Video Editor.
Canonical is yet to officially release the Snap-only version of Ubuntu. Until then, you can try out the all-Snap Ubuntu in a virtual environment.
Red Hat's decision to restrict RHEL's source code affects other Linux distributions in several ways. Let's look at some of them.
Flashcards can be handy when it comes to studying. But with plenty of tools around, which should you use? Here, we compare Anki and Quizlet.