How to create a Mail server with SSL/TLS on Linux

There are many mailing services You can choose from but nothing can be like what You make yourself. In this tutorial I'm going to set up a Mail server using Dovecot and Postfix on an Ubuntu server. Also I'm going to setup certificates using the openssl for Digitally Sign and Encrypt outgoing emails so they won't end up in the Spam folder of Gmail and other mailing services.

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How to lock the Microphone Volume Level in Windows

Having the microphone volume level reset to 100 every time after you change it is pretty irritating; specially if you use your microphone a lot. This problem seems to be very common in Windows machines and there are no fixes for it. I'm going to teach a script to fix this issue.

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How to use your Phone as a High Storage Camera

Many modern Smartphones have a pretty good camera but the storage space sometimes is small and you can't store you high quality footage on them. But you can upgrade that storage over LAN without any storage limits.

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How to Watch Videos while Downloading

It can be a pain to wait for your video file to be completely downloaded for you to watch it. But you can watch it while it's being downloaded using whatever software(IDM, wget, torrent clients, etc.) and some basic parameters you have to look out for in the video file name.

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How to control Nvidia graphics card Fan Speed in Linux

If you've installed the Nvidia proprietary drivers, you've probably come across controlling the fan speed when there is a heavy task to cool the GPU down and prevent overheating.

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How to fix Nvidia vsync on Linux with proprietary drivers

There are lots of thoughts processed when it comes to Nvidia proprietary driver support  for Linux; lagging and tearing when there are GPU intensive programs running or when idle. it's all about software cofigurations for compositing.

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How to choose the right micro usb cable

Micro USB connectors are the most commonly used in consumer products such as smart phones, Bluetooth speakers, power banks, etc. And they all require a micro USB to standard USB cable which can affect the overall performance of our device

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How to check a Drive’s health with Basic Tools

You might have faced the moment when you copy a file to a storage drive such as a flashdrive and find out that some parts are Corrupted. It's all because it might be the end of its Life

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Why are Hard Drives so slow at loading anything compared to SSDs

Hard Drives are slow for anything we want to do, specially loading any Operating System such as Windows; This slow speed can also cause some instabilities in the desktop environment. But why is that?

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How to increase speaker volume more than standard

While you can increase your phone's volume by pressing the volume up key, There are a few ways to increase your phone's speaker volume more than its already maximum.

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