How to Remove Viruses on Android Smartphones Without Antivirus

Using Antivirus could be a solution to remove viruses. But what if the virus is embedded in the Antivirus application? So it’s a terrible dilemma, right?

You can decide whether you need to install an Antivirus application on Android or not. But, if you are curious about the presence or absence of a virus on your smartphone, you can use the way to delete a virus on Android without using Antivirus.

How to Remove Viruses on Android Without Antivirus

1. Enter Safe Mode

Android Safe Mode

Doing a factory reset is always referred to as a powerful way to get rid of viruses on your Android. But, you risk losing all the data and what’s installed on your Android. So so that your smartphone data is safe, you can try the following methods!

Entering Safe Mode will allow your Android to operate lighter because it only runs the core applications that the system carries. While in Safe Mode, all the applications you install will be temporarily …

7 Tips for Learning to Use Linux Distros

For some people, Linux is something strange, especially how to use it. But nothing can’t be done if we want to learn to use it. Why so? Because Linux distributions are a solution to using an operating system that is legal and not expensive or even free. Well, this time I will try to share 7 tips for learning to use a Linux distro so that Saturday nights can be more productive #eh

1. Select the appropriate distribution

There are tens or even hundreds of Linux distributions available and can provide many choices for us to use. As a reference, you can visit the Distrowatch site to see a collection of distributions and the rating of each distro. Distros such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, or Open Suse are user-friendly and easy-to-use Linux Desktop distributions.

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You can use one of these distributions or if you are not sure before installing, …

Apple officially uses macOS 11, this is the journey of change

The era of Mac OS X is finally over with Apple confirming they are officially moving to macOS 11 with the Big Sur update. This update was announced after nearly 20 years of OS X or macOS 10 running. This fall, users will finally upgrade to version 10.X that Apple has been using for nearly two decades to version macOS 11. The shift to macOS 11.0 is Apple’s surprising choice. Because at one point it seemed that Apple would only be using OS X or macOS 10 as a brand name for its software in the future.

This change has a very long path. Previously, the original version of Mac OS X was released as public beta at a price of 29.99 US dollars in September 2000. That was because the successor to Mac OS 9 returned to the original Macintosh in 1984.

The release of Mac OS X was a …