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How to Take a Screenshot for Your Blog Posts (Beginner’s Guide)

Do you want to add a screenshot to your blog post, but not sure of the best way to do it? Screenshots allow you to share an image snapshot of your desktop or mobile screen in your blog posts. In this article, we will show you how to take a screenshot for your WordPress blog posts. Taking a Screenshot for Your Blog Posts Since there are so many different ways to take a screenshot, we ...

Google One cloud subscription service is coming to India

There are a lot of different cloud storage options to choose from out there. The market got big around 2008 with the launch of Dropbox, but even Amazon, Carbonite, and Mozy beat them a couple of years earlier. Google Drive was launched in 2012 and it was used s a central storage place for a number of their services including Gmail, Google Sheets, Google Docs, and others. As Google likes to do, the company decided ...

Early bird access to .NET Framework 4.8? Microsoft, you spoil us

Not to be outdone by its upstart open-source sibling, .NET Core, the team behind the venerable .NET Framework has put out an Early Access version of version 4.8 with toys aplenty for developers. While .NET Core often captures the limelight, and the new Microsoft would point you at it for your cross-platform or lightweight container needs, .NET Framework continues to enjoy support simply through the number of applications written using it over the years that ...

A spot of Python in your Azure automation? Step right this way, sir

Microsoft this week announced something that may have surprised a few devs who'd seen it lurking in Azure for a while – Python 2 support has finally moved out of preview for Azure runbooks. A runbook is a sequence of operations to automate a routine job. Examples would be managing resources or restarting VMs. Some can be fiendishly complex. Azure has enjoyed a graphical editor in its portal to create workflows of operations for a ...

Upgrade without tears: Download the Windows 10 crash course eBook

Promo Although Windows 10 has been on the scene since 2015, users were at first reluctant to abandon their familiar and usable Windows 7 for the attractions of the bigger and better operating system. Windows 10 is more secure and stable than ever, has a design that makes Windows 7 users feel at home, and works on every device from tablet, laptop and desktop. It will also be Microsoft's last full OS release as the ...

It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – driven by the IoT

The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Today's manufacturing industry is highly dependent on sensors. Whether it is heavy industrial products or smaller consumer products – they are all more or ...

Script & Style Show: Episode 21: Third Party JavaScript and Web Performance with Charlie Vazac

PHP Woot Checker – Tech, Wine, and Shirt Woot If you haven't heard of Woot.com, you've been living under a rock. For those who have been under the proverbial rock, here's the plot: Every day, Woot sells one product. Once the item is sold out, no more items are available for purchase. You don't know how many ...

MSI GT63 Titan 8RG Review

The MSI GT63 TItan 8RG makes its brothers proud, continuing the machines' reign as some of the most powerful gaming laptops on the tech block.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/laptopmag/~3/oODZqMqZTgU/msi-gt63-titan-8rg to see original story and photos ...

Linus shows humility in apology to Linux kernel developers

Linux creator Linus Torvalds isn’t known for mincing his words, but in his latest update, he’s apologised for his rude behaviour towards kernel developers. The apology was made in the latest email to kernel developers regarding the most recent Linux 4.19-rc4 release. Only a quick note was made regarding the actual kernel, mentioning small changes and being ‘fairly average in size for this stage in the release cycle’. However, the ‘other, much longer, part’ (in ...
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