Get macOS ‘Quick Look’ on Ubuntu with GNOME Sushi

Use GNOME Sushi to get a macOS ‘Quick Look’ feature in Ubuntu. Just select a file in Nautilus then hit the spacebar to see an instant preview – sound good?

Source: Get macOS ‘Quick Look’ on Ubuntu with GNOME Sushi – OMG! Ubuntu!

How to Install Linux Mint’s New ‘Bulky’ File Renamer in Ubuntu 20.04

Linux Mint introduced a new batch file renamer app ‘Bulky’ in the upcoming 20.2 release. Here’s how you can install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.04.

Source: How to Install Linux Mint’s New ‘Bulky’ File Renamer in Ubuntu 20.04 | UbuntuHandbook

Create Bootable USB Installer for Linux via Ventoy [New Solution]

Why Ventoy: Different to other USB creators, you don’t need to format your USB stick again and again to write data from ISO images. With Ventoy, it just format your USB one time, create a small (34 MB in my case) EFI partition, and leave all other spaces free in another partition.

Source: Create Bootable USB Installer for Linux via Ventoy [New Solution] | UbuntuHandbook

Purgeable Storage Space on Mac: What it is & How to Free It

You may find a “Purgeable” storage space when looking at disk storage and disk usage in modern versions of macOS, including Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave, Sierra, etc, either within the About This Mac > Storage screen, Disk Utility, or the Storage Management section of System Information.

This curiously labeled disk storage item is similar to the “Other” storage space on the Mac that many users wonder about, so if you’re curious what purgeable storage space is, and how to free it up to clear it out, then read on.

Source: Purgeable Storage Space on Mac: What it is & How to Free It

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