Baritone: The Automated Minecraft Bot (Installation Tutorial)

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Baritone: The Program that Plays Minecraft For You I don’t condone hacking. There is some hacking I may be OK with, like white hat (companies hiring hackers to test their system security). I am also OK with some forms of gray hat. Gray hat hacking is hacking a person or organization which could be viewedRead more

Nine Reasons To Boycott Microsoft

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Evil Things That Microsoft Has Done Note Info Toast is not a political site. However, all subjects are interconnected, and Computer Science and Politics tend to connect a lot in different areas. This article discusses some political topics. It’s safe to say that I’m biased on this subject. Most of the time, bias is aRead more

How to Use the Execute Command in Minecraft

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Using the Execute Command in Minecraft Back when I had my old YouTube channel, my most popular video of all time (it still is) is how to use the Execute command in Minecraft. Since then, the command has changed. Since I am terrible at recording videos, I have decided not to record a video asRead more

How To Install OptiFine on Chromebook

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Important Note This article is outdated! There is now a better way to do this that doesn’t require rooting your Chromebook! Check out our article about installing Minecraft: Java Edition on our Chromebook here: UPDATE: How to Install Minecraft: Java Edition on a Chromebook, and if you’ve already done that, check out our article on howRead more

FreeBSD: Linux’s Linux

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FreeBSD: The OS Even Most Linux Devs Don’t Know Much About I’m going to go ahead and make a bold statement: Linux users know more about Windows than Windows users know about Linux. There’s a ladder of knowing more than the other guy that happens with the Operating Systems. It’s kind of a food chainRead more

How to Use WINE to Run Windows Apps on Linux or Chromebooks

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Using WINE to Interpret Windows Apps on Linux Systems WINE is an interpreter for Windows apps on Linux systems. At least in the context of this interpreter, we are not talking about the alcoholic beverage. WINE stands for WINE Is Not an Emulator. It is one of the many examples of recursive acronyms in theRead more

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