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Techmantium is a technology blog covering a wide range of technology topics and life hacks, including desktop PC, smartphones, tablets, Raspberry Pi, software, security, operating systems, mobile, storage, servers, gadget hacks and technology companies such as Microsoft, Google and Apple.

Here you will find my tutorials on everything from making the switch from Windows to Linux, building your own cloud server, working with a Raspberry Pi. You can also find my tech gadget reviews, privacy and security articles and some hardware hacks.

 

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In   Projects18th December 2017
Raspberry Pi's are low-cost computers, great for education, projects and ideal for home servers. They are however vulnerable to power cuts which corrupt the SD card. This simple DIY project allows you to build a DIY Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) from a mobile phone power bank and a few lines of code.
In   LinuxProjects23rd November 2017
Now you have your new Raspberry Pi, you may be wondering how to use it. This guide will show you how to flash Raspbian, boot into your Raspberry Pi, configure and build a personal cloud server secured with SSL from Let's Encrypt.
In   Linux31st July 2017
Installation of Linux has been seen as a difficult task for new users. This step-by-step guide is so easy that everybody can install Linux Mint easily.
In   Hardware23rd July 2017
Four years after the launch of the first Raspberry Pi, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has just announced the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. Here is my first look at a Raspberry Pi which I will be using in some upcoming projects.
In   Linux1st July 2017
BURG is a boot loader for Linux based on GRUB. BURG has a highly configurable menu system which works in both text and graphic mode and it features a themeable interface.
In   Windows8th December 2016
Windows 10 Creators Update removes the "Open Command Prompt here" context menu entry and replaces it with "Open PowerShell window here". Microsoft has decided that the trusty old command prompt is too old and dated and will be phasing it out. They are now making PowerShell the de facto command shell in Windows 10.

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