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Best programming languages for beginners

Published on April 3, 2014 by

  If you already do not know programming and want to get started and learn a programming language, what should be the first language that you should learn? As you may already know there are a lot of different programming languages available, usually each of them are more suitable for specific applications. For example C and C++ are suitable for applications that speed is very important. Or if one wants to write Android app s/he must learn to code in

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Controlling excessive CPU usage of any software in your computer

Published on March 1, 2014 by

  Recently I noticed something strange on my computer: even if nothing was running on my laptop the fan was running hard. When I looked at the list of running tasks (on Windows task manager) I saw that Box Sync was using about 20% of CPU!, this is a huge amount of CPU usage for a software that is supposed to sit in the background and gently sync a folder to the cloud. The app not only was using CPU,

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Google Dictionary: a great Chrome extension

Published on February 15, 2014 by

  Most of us use dictionaries in a regular basis. On old days one had to pick up a paper dictionary and manually search for a word. But then electronics dictionaries came and use just needed to enter the word with a keyboard. Then came world wide web and online dictionaries with it. If you wanted to find the meaning of a word you would go to a website like dictionary.com and would type the word. But technology did not

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Best Free Virtual Desktop Managers for Windows

Published on January 30, 2014 by

  Virtual Desktop People working on Unix and Linux are more familiar with virtual desktop concept. As we use more and more software on our computers and we do more multitasking we have more applications open at the same time. And since the screen size on our monitors is limited many of the open applications cover each other and easily the desktop can become a mess! One great solution to have a leaner desktop and be more productive is to

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Best Free Password Managers

Published on December 8, 2013 by

  As digital and online world takes over more and more of our lives, the number of required passwords gets larger and larger. On one hand it is not recommended to use the same password for all the websites that we visit and use, and on the other hand remembering a long list of passwords is not easy for most of us. Here are examples of passwords that one might need to have and remember: email (most of us have

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Best Automation Apps for Android

Published on October 26, 2013 by

  A great category of apps are those that help user to perform certain tasks automatically in certain conditions. For example assume that you are driving and your phone starts to ring and you cannot answer the phone. Wouldn’t it be nice if automatically a SMS message would be sent to the caller saying something like: “Currently I am driving and unable to answer your call, I will get back to you as soon as possible” ? Fortunately there are

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iPhone 5S review

Published on September 22, 2013 by

  iPhone 5S is finally here. People have waited for a long time to see what Apple has in store with them and now we all know. There are some good and some bad things about the iPhone 5S that we will take a look at them in this blog post. The Good There are some interesting new features added to the iPhone 5S that make it better than iPhone 5 and gives some competitive boost to it compared to

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And the Best 7″ Tablet is …

Published on August 17, 2013 by

  As you know tables are one of the best way to connect to the Internet, consume news, listen to the music, watch videos, etc. As a matter of fact tablets are replacing PCs and laptops rather quickly. Mobility, ease of use, light wight and inexpensive price are some of the main attractions of tablets. And 7″ tablets look even more promising than their larger counterparts. In this post we look at some of the best 7″ tablets in the

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Google Chromcast

Published on August 2, 2013 by

If you follow the tech news, by now you have heard about Google Chromecast. Last week Google announced a very interesting device that has the potential to disrupt the way we use Internet to watch TV. Google Chromcast is a small HDMI dongle that is attached to an HDMI connector on your TV and is used to stream video from the Internet to your TV. Although there are many devices and boxes that can do some of the things Google

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How to make a free personal website

Published on July 17, 2013 by

What?!! A free personal website? There are millions of websites on the Internet, and so many people have their own personal websites. Have you ever wanted to make a free personal website?  Is it even possible to get it for free? With the advances in the cloud technology, significant cost reduction in storage spaces and web hosting, there are now easy ways to create a personal website for free. In this post we suggest some very simple way to get

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