Offline walkie-talkie apps for Android
The article discusses several offline walkie-talkie apps available for Android. The first app, Walkie Talkie - Push to Talk, allows communication without an internet connection and supports real-time chat capabilities, customizable channel names, user lists, and emoji sending. It can create public channels and add users to them with no limit on the number of participants, and offers tools for managing subscribers. Some features of the app are available for free, while others require a paid subscription.
Normal operating temperature of processors from different manufacturers
Normal working temperature for any processor (regardless of manufacturer) is up to 45 ºC at idle and up to 70 ºC under active load. However, these values are highly averaged because the production year and technologies used are not taken into account.
AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D is 7% faster in games than Core i9-13900K
Tests indicate that you can choose a more affordable processor instead of the Core i9-13900K.
Mount Linux Partitions Ext4, Ext3, Ext2 in Windows 8, 10, 11
If you're a tech enthusiast, you may have come across the challenge of accessing Linux partitions in Windows 10. This can be a common issue for those who use dual boot devices or those who tinker with Raspberry Pi memory cards. Unfortunately, Windows only allows working with partitions in Fat32, NTFS or exFAT format, which can make it difficult to access other file systems such as Ext2, Ext3, Ext4 or even ReiserFS.
Best 10 Free Open Source Video Editing Software
Are you looking for open source software to edit your videos? Look no further than this list of the top free video editing software options available.
How to Kill a Process On Any Linux Distribution
If you are a new Linux user of any distribution, you probably don’t know how to use one of the essential commands, which is the one that helps us to terminate running processes.
How to Install Android Studio on Linux
One of the most dynamic and versatile operating systems for its development options is undoubtedly Android, created and developed by Google. Now, if we are in the world of the development of applications for Android, we have a tool that is fundamental and rich in features to carry out this type of tasks, and this tool is Android Studio.
How To Sign Files in Linux with GPG
In this tutorial we show you how to sign and encrypt files with GPG on Linux systems digitally.