Once you try a solid state drive you never go back. It’s blazingly fast. I complement that experience with a RAM drive to store temporal files, cache and disposable files (screenshots, unzipped files, downloaded attachments).
I’ll explain you how to set up a RAM disk. Spoiler: the hardest part of installing it is downloading the program you’ll need to create it.
The Linux commmand line is powerful, and if you try it for five minutes you’ll see that Windows’ cmd (a reminiscence of DOS) is depressingly limiting. Cygwin comes to fix that.
In this post you’ll learn how to make your console looks like this:
You probably don’t use the Caps Lock key and, as you can see, that key is wasting a precious spot on the keyboard. So why don’t we map it to something useful?