What to do if “failed to connect to lvmetad” slows down booting on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

As my system was very slow to boot, while grub loaded, I press the Esc key see what was wrong. The error related to "failed to connect to lvmetad" occurred frequently. This error is due to improperly configured swap file for the resume of the laptop on hibernate. To fix this, open a terminal window … Continue reading What to do if “failed to connect to lvmetad” slows down booting on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

How to monitor battery, network, CPU in Windows

Linux has an application called gkrellm. It displays battery, network, CPU usage, system temperature, disk usage etc on the desktop. Gkrellm is configurable and can run on system startup too. Gkrellm comes with most distributions. There is a Windows version too, but it is outdated as of now. A good substitute that exactly does what … Continue reading How to monitor battery, network, CPU in Windows