Declare independence from Windows 10 by downloading Linux Mint 18 ‘Sarah’ now!

As we approach the Fourth of July weekend, I begin thinking about independence. I am very proud of my forefathers for defeating the British — our now-ally — and creating our great nation, the USA. With that said, there are other things from which you can declare independence — such as Windows 10. Look, I think Microsoft’s desktop operating system is pretty good, although I understand that some folks are fearful of spying and forced-upgrade behavior. If you want to be free from Microsoft and Windows, I have good news — today, Linux Mint 18 is finally available. Will you download it… [Continue Reading]


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Google Reveals What N In Android N Stands For — Nougat

We finally know what N in Android N stands for: Nougat. Google made the announcement on Thursday. The Android maker always names smartphone operating system updates after candies and other sweet treats. The past few versions, for instances, are named Marshmallow, Eclair, Lollipop, and Marshmallow. Naming aside, Android N brings with it a range of interesting features such as multi-window support, better battery efficiency, and the ability to reply to messages straight from the notification. Enthusiasts who own a Nexus 6 or a newer Nexus device, can give a whirl to the preview of Android N on their device. The final version of Android N will be made available later this year.

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CP/M development environment setup

In 1974, Dr. Gary A. Kildall, while working for Intel Corporation, created CP/M as the first operating system for the new microprocessor. By 1977, CP/M had become the most popular operating system (OS) in the fledgling microcomputer (PC) industry. The largest Digital Research licensee of CP/M was a small company which had started life as Traf-0-Data, and is now known as Microsoft. In 1981, Microsoft paid Seattle Software Works for an unauthorized clone of CP/M, and Microsoft licensed this clone to IBM which marketed it as PC-DOS on the first IBM PC in 1981, and Microsoft marketed it to all other PC OEMs as MS-DOS. – Digital Research archivesIf you need to do CP/M development for the fun (or for the money, heh), here are some tips on how to setup an environment for CP/M development using the Hi-Tech C compiler.Basically you will need several things available, a Linux machine


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Microsoft cloud changes are overwhelming its customers

Microsoft partners are witnessing Office 365 technology updates, refreshes and changes outpacing their customers’ ability to keep up with them. This is according to a new study by customer experience specialist harmon.ie which surveyed more than 200 Microsoft partners worldwide. Thanks to the complexity and rate of change, partners are seeing new opportunities to step in and provide the much needed bridge to help companies keep up. “As Microsoft continues to innovate in the cloud, its rapid release of new capabilities is overwhelming its customers who are struggling to make sense of them,” says Yaacov Cohen, CEO of harmon.ie. “This… [Continue Reading]


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How to Securely and Anonymously Share Files of Any Size Over the Tor Network with OnionShare

 tecmint: Onionshare is an open source desktop utility that allows you to share files hosted on your own computer of any size securely and anonymously using the Tor browser on the other end.


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Email updates about your own activity

When you enable email notifications, GitHub sends you messages about everyone’s issues, pull requests, comments, and commits except your own. For many people that leaves email threads feeling incomplete. For this reason, we have added a configuration setting so that you can receive emails about your own activity, too.

These emails contain the address your_activity@noreply.github.com in the CC field so you can filter them in different ways. For instance, you can mark these emails as read automatically and only receive notifications about others’ actions—all while keeping the complete conversation in your inbox. You can also star or tag emails, so they’ll stand out among all the other updates you might receive.

We’ve also added a few more configuration settings that let you get notifications on the actions that interest you most. Now you can choose to receive email updates for comments on issues and pull requests, pull request reviews, and pull request


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How China Took Center Stage in Bitcoin’s Civil War

He said the American companies failed to understand the power dynamics in the room that day. “It was almost like imperialistic Westerners coming to China and telling us what to do,” Mr. Lee said in an interview last week. “There has been a history on this. The Chinese people have long memories.”The mysterious creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, released the software in early 2009. It was designed to provide both a digital coin and a new way to move and hold money, much as email had made it possible to send messages without using a postal service.From the beginning, the system was designed to be decentralized — operated by all the people who joined their computers to the Bitcoin network and helped to process the transactions, as Wikipedia entries are written and maintained by volunteers around the world.The appeal of a group-run network was that there would be no single


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