Adjust Screen Resolution for an Ubuntu Hyper-V Virtual Machine

For a while I’ve been using Ubuntu 20.10 as a machine that I setup to run in Hyper-V. However, the default screen resolution of a virtual machine package is 1024×768.Whilst this is all well and good for short term use, it can become quite tiresome and cause considerable eye strain with long-term use. Good News!Continue reading “Adjust Screen Resolution for an Ubuntu Hyper-V Virtual Machine”

Getting Started with Python in Linux

Getting started with Python in Linux There is no need to install Python on Linux as it comes preinstalled. After opening the Terminal, the first thing to do is to create a folder that will contain all of the Python files.To create a folder named Python, type ‘mkdir Python’. After creating the Directory, we areContinue reading “Getting Started with Python in Linux”

A Year of Change

Seeing as how this will be my first official posting on this page. I’m going to proclaim the year 2020 as the year of Computer System’s Change!Not very catchy, I know. However, as we all know January 14th saw the end of Windows 7 support. Anybody who is still using Windows 7 has probably noticedContinue reading “A Year of Change”