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Trends in Software Development What You Need to Know

by November 23, 2015

With just a month and half to go for 2016, developers are busy predicting the major software development trends for the coming year. However, today we will take a look at the trends that emerged most powerful in 2015 –

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Remove DRM with NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus on Windows

by September 15, 2015

There are various types of the converter available in the market, and each converter fulfils a particular needs. One of these converters is NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus, which is used to remove and modify the DRM files. Feature rich software,

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Easily Rip or Copy DVDs With WinX DVD Ripper Platinum

by August 26, 2015

Whenever a friend of mine needs to copy or rip some DVD, they come to me to help them. They think I know some kind of PC trick that lets me easily rip or copy DVDs. They don’t know the

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Points to Remember before Purchasing a Monitoring Software for your Organization

by May 6, 2015

Business owners who usually have a large office to manage normally use the best keylogger software in their office devices such as Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops and Desktop computers. Investing in a good monitoring software is quite important as it will directly lead

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Comindware Tracker: The Best Workflow Process Software

by April 1, 2015

Comindware Tracker helps us to carry out our worksmoothly. This smooth flow of work is due to its amazing feature of inter-connecting the tasks performed by the employees in an office or work environment. Monitoring theemployees is tougher than appointing

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Apple vs. Windows vs. Linux

by July 18, 2014

Technology has brought us to a level where we can confidently make comparisons between these three platforms. Who would have ever thought that we’d reach a day where competition would be so stiff in the market to warrant for such

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How to watch videos in Linux console with the help of MPlayer

by May 3, 2014

Linux console is something really special: someone is afraid of it, someone can’t work without it, and someone listens to the radio and watches videos with the help of it. Agree, it may sound strange, but you may watch videos

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A few Simple steps to configure Mobile Broadband in your Ubuntu

by April 24, 2014

Most probably the ubuntu will automatically detect the mobile broadband after few minutes you plug in the device. These are the steps to add the repository and configure the mobile broadband in your ubuntu . 1) Open Terminal and switch

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5 Best To-Do Android Apps to Improve your Productivity

by August 14, 2013

If you are a person leading a  “Hurry up” life, then remembering to remember small task is a hectic task! We all tend to have check list or to-do list so that we keep up with our routines.The ultimate solution

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Android Vs Firefox OS

by July 3, 2013

iOS, Android, Symbian,Windows are the leading OS on a mobile phone. For last 3 to 4 years i have heard people say “Android phones” rather than calling it by it’s maker or variant.But now for a while i have been

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