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SSDs have become very popular recently, but there’s a limit to what SSDs can do. Can we push past the limits of SSDs and flash memory? Let check it out.
Over the years, we have seen many Windows tweaking myths circulating around in the Internet, so it is time for us to clear the air.
Most people are unaware that you can screencast from the command line. We will show you how you can do so with the help of FFMPEG.
Ever wanted to record what you played on your speakers directly to an MP3 file? In Linux, you can easily do so with Audacity and Pulse Audio Volume Control.
It is easy for anyone to find out the running processes in your Linux machine. Learn how to hide processes and controls who has access to the information.
Floatify lets you experience floating, Android L style notifications on your non-rooted Android device. Check it out.
If you are having problem with your terminal session in Linux or Mac, you can easily share terminal session with your friends and get them to help you. Here’s how to do it.
When you need to do research that’s heavy on citations, you can use Citable to quickly save websites’ link and notes to a Google Spreadsheet document.
MyNotex is a Linux app provides the same core functionality as Evernote without the unnecessary bloat and expenses. It is a great Evernote alternative.