Let's say we are at an interesting website, and want to open multiple links. We could middle click or ctrl+click ten times to open ten tabs. Or, we could use one of the extensions below, to open multiple links at once, in Chrome or Firefox.
A dynamic list of posts is an invaluable addition to our self-hosted WordPress website. It will allow our visitors to access all of our work on a single page, increasing the pageviews and reducing the bounce rate. Let's see how to create a dynamic list of posts with multiple options.
In mid-2014, Facebook decided that videos on our news feed should start automatically playing, because... reasons. Thankfully, if that feature annoys you, there is a way to opt out. Here's how to disable auto-playing videos on the Facebook news feed. Because who needs this feature? Really?
In 1988, a young Finnish man entered the Helsinki University to study Computer Science. His name was Linus Torvalds. It would have been impossible to imagine that the operating system he would create would be eventually used by tens of millions of users across the globe. This is how Linux begun.
Commands on the context menu can make our lives easier within any operating system. Linux Mint and Ubuntu already have some important right-click commands in Nemo and Nautilus respectively. If, however, we wish for more, here's how to add extra right-click commands to our Linux distribution.
If we have an old PC we don't use, or that doesn't work, we can transfer Windows to a new PC, and have a legitimate Windows installation without buying a new license. Of course, as is the case with Microsoft, it's more complicated to transfer Windows than it should be.
Early versions of Windows just needed a valid product key to work. From Windows XP and for every Windows version since, we also need to activate the operating system to use it. Let's see how Windows activation works, and how and why we can lose the Windows activation status.