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How To Install WordPress MU In Windows Localhost (With XAMPP)

How To Install WordPress MU In Windows Localhost (With XAMPP)

We are all familiar with WordPress, the popular software that makes blogging an easy and enjoyable task. WordPress MU is an extension of WordPress that gives you the capability to create multiple blogs in one domain. One good example of WordPress MU in action is WordPress.com. If you want to use WordPress MU on your […]

Control Your Windows Desktop With Mouse Gestures

Control Your Windows Desktop With Mouse Gestures

In Opera browser, there is this inbuilt mouse gestures function that allows you to control and automate your browser with mouse action. In Firefox, you can also install FireGestures to enable the mouse action feature. Now, how about bringing this little useful features to your Windows so you can control your desktop with a stroke […]

Fluid: A Powerful Site Specific Browser For Mac OS X

Fluid: A Powerful Site Specific Browser For Mac OS X

If you have used Prism to create a site specific browser (a browser that runs only one site), I am sure you won’t be remote to Fluid. Fluid is a prism like Site Specific Browser (SSB) for Mac OSX Leopard that allows you to run a specific site like an application. Each SSB is just […]

10 Useful Ubuntu-related Sites You Should Bookmark

10 Useful Ubuntu-related Sites You Should Bookmark

We have arrived at the last part of the Ubuntu Jaunty series. If you have missed the first four part, here are the links: First part – What’s new in Ubuntu 9.04 Second part – How to upgrade from ext3 to ext4 without formatting the hard disk Third part – 9 things you need to […]

Download Ubuntu Installation Guide and Cheatsheet Now

Download Ubuntu Installation Guide and Cheatsheet Now

Today is the big day you have been waiting for, the day where Ubuntu 9.04 is released. I hope you have successfully downloaded the LiveCD and installed it on your system. For those who have difficulties installing or migrating to Ubuntu, we thought this would be a good time to bring a nice little cheat […]

9 Things You Need To Do/Install After Installing Ubuntu 9.04

9 Things You Need To Do/Install After Installing Ubuntu 9.04

After you have downloaded and installed Ubuntu 9.04, what is next thing you should do? Getting Ubuntu onto your hard disk is only the first step. It is still in the raw and unpolished state. To get the best out of it, you really need to configure and customize it to suit your needs. In […]

How To Upgrade From Ext3 To Ext4 Without Formatting The Hard Disk

How To Upgrade From Ext3 To Ext4 Without Formatting The Hard Disk

Yesterday, we have discussed some of the new features in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty. In that article, I did mention that the new filesystem – ext4 is stable, fast and backward compatible with ext2 and ext3. Today, we will look at how you can upgrade your existing ext3 filesystem to ext4 without reformating your hard disk.

What’s New In Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope

What’s New In Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope

23rd April 2009 is the day when Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope will be released. I am sure many of you have already marked down the date and prepare yourselves for the launch. I have been using Ubuntu 9.04 since the beta release and I must admit that I am really impressed with it. Not only […]

Automate Your System Backup With Back In Time

Automate Your System Backup With Back In Time

Back in Time is a backup software for Linux system inspired from the Timevault and Flyback. Both Timevault and Flyback are two great software that allow you to back up your system and enable you to roll back and restore your system to the original state before you made any devastating changes. What Back in […]