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How To Dual Boot Ubuntu and windows

Windows and Ubuntu are both great operating system. Both operating systems have advantages and disadvantages over each other. But having both the operating system install on your PC is great, isn’t?  To install both the operating system on one PC you need to Dual boot your PC. Dual booting yours PC is extremely Easy, So lets dual boot Ubuntu and […]

How to make bootable USB flash drive

This post is about making your flash drive/pen drive bootable. This post will cover making flash drive using ISO file,CD drive or just using windows file . How to make pen drive bootable using ISO file ? Making bootable using ISO file is very simple what you need is a simple tool Rufus  to make pen drive bootable.   1.First choose the […]

How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android

You’re an android user and have just got a new set of android phone or a device.  It’s also powered with android but you’re wondering how to get your data from one device to the other.  In this age of technological advancement, it’s obvious that you’re not supposed to do any manual transfer.  So, let’s see what the different ways […]

How To Create Restore Point In Windows

Windows operating system comes with many features. One of its important features is an ability to restore Itself in case system crashes. This feature of Windows operating system allows the user to restore their computer to the previous configuration if the system corrupts after installation of any software or by any means. Windows operating System creates restore point in Windows time […]

How to Speed up Windows 10

There are many reasons your windows may performing as per your Expectations. It may Due to low Storage low RAM or anything else. Here, We have got The Ultimate Guide how to Speedup Windows 10 Operating System Without any Third Party Software. 1.Change Power Plan Settings Change windows Power plan Settings, Windows by default Setting might be on balance But if your […]

UNIX Domain Sockets Datagram

Hello friends! I am here in Internet land to talk to you about my adventures with UNIX domain sockets. I’m designing a collection of separate programs that all need to communicate. The communication has to be multiclient, single server, and easy to implement. In this case, a datagram is the preferred mode due to it’s tiny connectionless nature. UDP seems […]