Unity is history, GNOME desktop environment is back in Ubuntu Ubuntu is the most popular Linux/Unix based operating systems. Canonical, the company that has built and maintained Ubuntu distributions has switched from their flagship Unity desktop environment and decided to focus on the default GNOME desktop environment for their desktop flavor. Ubuntu debuted with Unity … Continue reading Ubuntu dumps Unity, returns to GNOME Desktop Environment
YouTube Channels have been around ever since the inception of YouTube. That was way back when videos like these first got uploaded. Things have changed ever since and today YouTube channels have become alternate TV. People create YouTube channels to cater to all types of genres, be it news, fashion, gaming, cooking, etc. Getting started and … Continue reading Create YouTube Channels the Right Way
Anti virus software have been here almost ever since the computers and especially the internet came into vogue. The first anti virus software were those that helped prevent an infection from floppy drives. Remember those 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch disks? This brings in one of the oldest questions that have always accompanied the security … Continue reading No Third Party Anti Virus Software Required – Are they becoming obsolete?
The best Indie games repos on the Internet Indie games or independent games have always been around. The smaller often forgotten counterpart to the mainstream gaming titles – these independently developed games have nonetheless made their mark. This is especially true of late. In fact, with Steam offering games on the Linux and other platforms, … Continue reading Indie games – the best places to look for
Here’s why you should never save passwords in your Browsers – they are unsafe and easy to hack into. Guess what? The tools that broke their encryption algorithm a million years can still do the job today and pretty well. Let me show you how. Just Never Save Passwords in Browsers For example, take me, … Continue reading Never save passwords in your Browsers