Tutorials Archive

Linux is going quick! You might not accept the statement if you are a hard Windows or Macintosh fan but the fact is, you have to accept. In previous years, Linux has acquired a dramatic growth in popularity and usage with the help of various distributions including Mint Linux and Ubuntu. We can see some people around the globe, who are currently sticking on Microsoft Windows (We will have to exclude Mac users) despite the fact that they want to [&hellip

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Tabbed browsing is a major factor, which made today’s web browsers successful and user-friendly. Most of major browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer have this feature, which lets users to manage different webpages without hassling with multiple windows. What do you think about bringing this feature into Windows Explorer, the on-board file manager of Microsoft Windows? If you used to manage multiple windows at a time, it will be a bit difficult even though Windows 7 [&hellip

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Google Chrome is becoming big! We have no doubt in that because the prefix of Chrome is a solid reason for its hike by competing with internet browsers including Internet Explorer and Mozilla. By the launch of Chrome OS, Google was actually extending the usability of Google Chrome from a normal web browser. The browser, available for multiple platforms is of course more than a normal web browser, even if you are using it on Windows or Linux (When it [&hellip

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