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Ok, so, as how these are cross-platform Utilities, Linux screen caps, but it works the same on Windows/Mac/Linux!
(Click the Picture to see a full-sized version)
How to make Digital Copies of the DVDs\BluRays that you own, and how to shrink and transcode them!
First of all, you will need two apps, MakeMKV and Handbrake. (links at the bottom)
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So several times a month I get the question “OMG. My Web Browser is slow! Why is my Internet so Slow?” along with “Why did my Web Browser give me Viruses?”
I generally have a prepared text file of several items that I just copy and past, but this time I decided to post online my Common Sense Tips to Internet Safety.
So a few months back the owner of this blog asked me to make a Windows app for him that would auto-setup Google DNS with just a click of a button, and I did, and after trying it out on my machine, I noticed a bit of a speed difference, and I loved it, however, I have since moved back to Linux, and I have re-discovered how to set up Google DNS in Linux (namely *buntu). So I thought that I would share.
First of all, lets give a simple explanation for what DNS is for those that have no idea.
From Google’s own site (and I love this explanation)
The DNS protocol is an important part of the web’s infrastructure, serving as the Internet’s phone book: every time you visit a website, your computer performs a DNS lookup. Complex pages often require multiple DNS lookups before they start loading, so your computer may be performing hundreds of lookups a day.
Ok, so yeah, there we go, it is where your internet goes to get the IP numbers that actually run the internet, that is associated with website names, say google.com, or even therightguy.info.
So as how I have reviewed Elementary OS before, I had some idea as of what I was heading in to. However, to do the tl;dr for those that have a ten second attention span, here is the end result: It is nice, but still buggy. Use if you want the latest, however, I would advise against it. I found the desktop slow, and a but unresponsive at times. Getting the LightDM to work correctly was horrible, every other login was just a black screen, I had to manually restart lightdm from virtual terminal way to many times.
However, if you DO want to try the packages, and hopefully get a better experience that what I did, keep reading below.
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