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Install Neovim on Ubuntu

This article will cover how to install the latest builds of Neovim on Ubuntu. We will be using the unstable PPA repository since it gets updated more often, this means we get new features and bug fixes faster. If you need extreme stability in your environment, I recommend going with the stable Neovim PPA just […]

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Install Zoom using Winget

Zoom’s secure, reliable video platform powers all your communication needs, including meetings, chat, phone, webinars, and online events. Let’s dive straight into the installation process of Zoom using Winget. To install it on Windows 10 or 11, follow the instructions below. Step 1. Open Command PromptYou can open the command prompt by pressing the Windows […]

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Install Micro using Winget

Micro is a modern and free open-source, cross-platform intuitive terminal-based text editor written in Golang. It aims to be easy to use while taking advantage of the capabilities of modern terminals. It is a single binary with no dependencies. To install it on Windows 10 or 11, follow the instructions below. Step 1. Open Command […]

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Kickstart Neovim on Linux

Kickstart.nvim is a starter configuration for Neovim that is small, single-file and well-documented. You can use it as a starting point to create your custom configuration. I have been using it for a while now with a few changes. Setting up Kickstart.nvim Creating the config directory (Skip this step if you already have it setup) […]

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Upgrade Ubuntu from EOL to GA

If you have an unattended Ubuntu desktop or server running an old or non-long-term release, it’s time to upgrade to the current generally available release. Follow this guide to upgrade from End Of Life to General Availability. You can check what release of Ubuntu you have installed by running the command below. If you encounter […]