The 64-bit Google Chrome has been available for quite some time, on both stable and beta/dev/canary channels. If you’re using 64-bit operating system, then it’s good to have one, to harness the improvements of this 64-bit web browser on speed, stability and security.
Once I’m satisfy with the latest Windows Update, I won’t hesitate to housekeep those unwanted backup of system files that eating plenty of precious free disk space and degrading overall system performance (as the antivirus scanning bunch of “useless” files).
All my servers do have DVD drive and few USB ports, but I do not have a DVD writer and DVD-ROM to burn the VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi) ISO image for installation.
Here are some examples of file compression and archiving commands, which include the GNU tar, cpio, gzip, and zip commands.
Just stumble upon a picturesque image shared by Adobe Photoshop fan page. The cloud looks so beautiful like watercolor painting, is a result of time stack technique that layering and blending a bunch of timelapse photos into single image file.
Not enough free disk space for performing temporarily database backup? No worry, let’s mount a Samba or Windows shared folder to Linux, if network speed is not an issue.
I understand that IE11 only supports SPDY protocol on Windows 8.1. So, Windows 7 users can’t enjoy or experiment this “speedy” protocol at this moment.