Every so often, we come across an interesting article across a website, or a funny ad or a nice sale, which you may want to send to your friends.
Sometimes the webpage you shared may have a lot of information, so it may not be able to spot the specific part you wanted your friend to see.
The easiest solution for this is of course, to send a screenshot of the page. And you may be well aware that the simplest tool to do so, is by using Print Screen and then opening MS Paint to save or make minor changes to the image.
Of course you can use other tools like the Windows Snipping Tool, or any other app. But what if there was a solution right-in your browser? Is it [...]
Raspberry Pi computers, are very popular thanks to their ultra-affordable price tags which usually range below $25 to $35.
What if we tell you, there is one that costs less than a quarter of that price? Meet the Raspberry Pi Zero.
This is the new computer from the Raspberry Foundation, and costs a mere $5. No we’re not kidding. That is the ral price of this little PC.
The Raspberry Pi Zero features a Broadcom BCM2835 processor, which has a single core (ARM 1)1 CPU, clocked at 1GHz/ Yet this PC boasts an incredible processing speed, in that the OEM says it is 40% faster than the first gen Raspberry Pi. The computer houses a single chip of 512MB [...]
Mozilla has released Firefox 42.0 to the general release channel, for all users.
And it adds some really important features to the browser.
Firefox 42.0 brings the new Private Browsing with Tracking Protection, a feature which we reported back in September, was available for the beta channel of the browser. This new mode, will allow the user to block web elements which track the user’s behavior in different websites.
The new Control Center is also now available in Firefox 42. This is the panel which lets the user control the privacy settings. In case the Tracking Protection causes the appearance of a webpage to [...]
Windows 10 was launched exactly three months ago. So, how is the new operating system faring?
Microsoft announced recently, that Windows 10 is running on over 110 Million Devices. But how many users does it actually have compared to earlier other versions of Windows? Microsoft never releases those interesting butds of information, even though it intrigues users.
Fortunately for us, we can always get that info from services like Netmarketshare.
According to its latest report, Windows 10 now runs on almost 8% of desktops. The exact number stands at 7.94%. In comparison, its predecessor Windows 8.1 has a usage share of 10.68%. Well, it looks like the new [...]