Monthly Archive: January 2016

Jan 31 2016

Unofficial version of Pale Moon browser now available for OS X

Found this post on Reddit by user ajorpheus and thought it would be worth sharing: You might be interested in knowing that there is now an unofficial up-to-date palemoon build (26.0.0) for OSX: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=10847&sid=8884ca5df7cb55adb954d304466f8e01 Also, efforts are underway to document the process of building OSX: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=10389 Pale moon is a fork of Firefox that some …

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Jan 25 2016

Rollback an apt-get upgrade if something goes wrong on Debian / Ubuntu Linux

Explain how to undo or rollback an apt-get install command on a Debian or Ubuntu or Mint Linux. Source: Rollback an apt-get upgrade if something goes wrong on Debian / Ubuntu Linux (nixCraft)

Jan 22 2016

Bringing Back Advance Screen Calibration Options | Mac Tricks And Tips

One of the annoying features of every update that Apple provide to there[sic] operating system is the removal or hiding useful advance options were in the previous versions of the operating system. In this case Apple have hidden the advance calibration options, very useful if you want to calibrate your screen colours. The options is …

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Jan 19 2016

4 Ways to Back Up Your Entire Hard Drive on Linux

Want to make sure your data and files are protected on your hard drive? Here are four great ways you can back up your hard drive on the Linux platform. Source: 4 Ways to Back Up Your Entire Hard Drive on Linux (Make Tech Easier)

Jan 11 2016

How To Turn Web Services into Mac Apps using Epichrome

If you’re a Mac user and want a dedicated desktop app for your favorite web services,¬†Epichrome¬†can help you turn web services into Mac apps. Source: How To Turn Web Services into Mac Apps using Epichrome (Make Tech Easier)

Jan 10 2016

I’ve added another 13 web developer tools! – good coders code, great coders reuse

At Browserling I want to make developer’s lives easier so I decided to create world’s largest collection of web developer and programmer tools. I found that I was often googling for things like “javascript beautifier” or “xml prettifier” and I’d often end up on random garbage websites with ads and tools that don’t work and …

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Jan 05 2016

Why Comcast’s Main Justification For Broadband Caps is Crap | DSLReports

This is a bit outside the normal content of this blog but I thought it important to pass along. For more articles of this type I suggest you visit both DSLReports and Stop the Cap! on a regular basis. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts recently justified the company’s slowly-expanding usage cap “trials” by insisting that broadband …

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Jan 03 2016

Check Hardware Information On Linux via Command Line

There are many commands available to check hardware information of your Linux system. Some commands report only specific hardware components like CPU or memory while the rest cover multiple hardware units. This tutorial takes a quick look at some of the most commonly used commands to check information and configuration details about various hardware devices. …

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