MongoDB, the open source NoSQL database server, has become popular in recent years due to its ability to work with unstructured data, its scalability and high availability, and the fact that it’s free. If you want to install MongoDB on Linux, follow these steps. You can also watch our video tutorial on this topic by clicking on the Watch Now button above!
Download and Install the Latest Version of MongoDB
When you first use your laptop or computer, you’ll probably notice that your battery lasts for hours before needing to be recharged. However, after about six months, it may feel like your laptop battery can’t hold a charge as long as it used to. What happened? Luckily, Windows 10 includes a handy Battery Report that can be used to see how well your computer’s battery is holding up and determine if you need to replace it with an identical model or install a new, longer-lasting battery in its place.
Start the Service Section: Verify Installation
Most batteries work better when they’re more than 50% charged, so it could be worth unplugging your device if you know you won’t need it for a while. This will also save on battery wear and tear. To check what apps are using up your battery power, head to Settings > System > Battery. If you see an app with a high percentage of charge compared to the others, try updating or removing it. If that doesn’t work, open Task Manager (Control + Shift + Esc) and look at what processes are running on your computer.
Change Default Port Section: Create Database Section: Write Your First Query
If you want to make sure that your computer is being as energy efficient as possible, and save some money in the process, there are a few power plans you can use. These range from typical balanced to low-power, where you’ll lower things like processor speed or display brightness to maximize your battery life. But how do you know what plan is best for you?