Online .Net Training with free tutorials

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Microsoft has developed.Net Framework runs predominantly on Windows system as well as the course shares the understanding of executing programs on the.Net framework. The advancement device that is used is the Visual workshop...

Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ‘Bionic Beaver’

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Installing multiple Linux distros on a USB driveUNetBootin is a light-weight piece of software program that works on Windows, Linux and MacOS. It not solely...

10 Games That You Must Have in Ubuntu

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Whatever be the specification of the Ubuntu OS, in the end it is indeed an OS which has to compete with the likes of premium variants like Windows and...

How to secure your data with Truecrypt in 11 easy steps

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Truecrypt, is a free and open-source disk encryption software. In this post we will show you how to encrypt all your data using Truecrypt in 11 easy steps.

Miro 4.0.1 on the first glance -Feels like iTunes – Equalizer missing

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The new and improved version of Miro 4 has been available to us for a couple of weeks now and it is time to see what is new...

Using mobile phone as remote for linux media players

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Remuco is a duplex remote control system for Linux media players and mobile devices equipped with Bluetooth or WiFi. To put it simple you could actually use your mobile phone with bluetooth or...

Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat, Is it a perfect

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Almost four weeks have passed since the arrival of Meerkat! We know it is a bit late for a review now, but we feel obliged to do that. We...

How to Use Facebook through the Command Line

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A majority of Linux users prefer sticking to their terminal rather than accessing through a GUI for most of their daily tasks. Have you ever wondered whether there is...

Boxee Will Blow You Away

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Boxee is a cross-platform freeware media center software with promising new social networking features. Boxee is based on XBMC media center, an award winning open source project. Since i had ...

How to increase internet speed in ubuntu

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Internet speeds in Ubuntu can be increased. Simply follow the steps.Open a Terminal via Applications->Accessories->Terminal  and type the following                          sudo vim  /etc/sysctl.conf         (press...