Monthly Archives: August 2016

ReactOS Project

Imagine running your favorite Windows applications and drivers in an open-source environment you can trust. That’s ReactOS. Not just an Open but also a Free operating system. Source: Front Page | ReactOS Project

Internet Live Radio App | XiiaLive

XiiaLive live internet radio app player is an android application that allows streaming of multiple audio formats, aac, aac+, m3u, pls, asx, mp3, mp4, mp4/a, mpeg, asf, wma and ogg through Android phones. Also gives users the ability to easily surf the SHOUTcast directory. Source: Internet Live Radio App | XiiaLive

Disabling Secure Boot

You may need to disable Secure Boot to run some PC graphics cards, hardware, or operating systems such as Linux or previous version of Windows. Source: Disabling Secure Boot

Comparison of email clients – Wikipedia

The following tables compare general and technical features of a number of email client programs. Please see the individual products’ articles for further information. Source: Comparison of email clients – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Windows 10 upgrade for assistive technology users

For the general public, the free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ends on July 29. However, if you use assistive technologies, you can still get the free upgrade offer even after the general public deadline expires as Microsoft continues our efforts to improve the Windows 10 experience for people who use these technologies. Source: Windows […]

Apple releases iOS 9.3.5 to fix 3 zero-day vulnerabilities

Just a few weeks after posting iOS 9.3.4 to fix a jailbreaking-related bug, Apple has released iOS 9.3.5 to all supported iPhones and iPads. The update provides an “important security update” and comes just a few weeks before the expected release of iOS 10, which is currently pretty far along in the developer/public beta process. Source: Apple releases iOS […]

Astronomer David Kipping explains alien megastructures.

Last week, I wrote another article about KIC 8462852, aka Tabby’s Star, which is behaving very oddly indeed. It shows sharp dips in brightness that last for hours, as well as much longer ones that last for days (or longer) that indicate something is blocking a substantial fraction of the star’s light. Source: Astronomer David […]

gLabels – Label printing software for Linux

gLabels is a GNU/Linux program for creating labels and business cards. It is designed to work with various laser/ink-jet peel-off label and business card sheets that you’ll find at most office supply stores. gLabels is free software and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). Source: gLabels

M-DISC Archival storage

M-DISC is an archival-quality storage solution that preserves photos, videos, music, and documents for 1,000 years or more.Unlike hard drives, flash drives, and other writable media, that can lose data, M-DISC has been designed to protect your information from degradation and loss for centuries. Source: Corporate | M-DISC

Go Back With Backspace – Chrome Web Store

Go back with the backspace button! This extension re-enables the backspace key as a back navigation button — except if you’re writing text. Source: Go Back With Backspace – Chrome Web Store

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