Malwarebytes is a great anti-malware software that I’ve grown to love, but I also use anti-virus and have several favorites for that. It’s confusing nowadays with all of the terms for bad software now: adware, malware, rootkit, virus, worm, trojan. It’s hard to know what’s what. Malwarebytes is always here to help us with that, and here’s their take on the difference between anti-virus and anti-malware.
For years it has been very difficult to install Photoshop inside Linux without the use of a full-fledged virtual machine installation of windows. FINALLY there is a solution so now we can all finally ditch windows, for good. [… and there was much rejoicing]
Windows has its place for enterprise support, document creation, gaming and basic tasks, but for a software or web developers environment Linux can have many advantages.
Thanks to Ben D’Angelo‘s Tutorial and the PlayOnLinux software I’ve managed to install the full version of Photoshop CS6 on my Ubuntu 14.04 system with a pretty good deal of reliability. Read Ben’s Tutorial by clicking here. It’s worth noting that the PlayOnLinux software works well for many other windows applications like office, and games, but it may require quite a bit of tweaking to achieve desirable results, but it is a viable option for installing those windows applications that you just can’t live without. Is there anything that Linux can’t do, now?
Don’t even think of stealing it. Take a peek! Click HERE.
An incredibly interesting new feature has hit Google’s inbox app. It’s a feature we’ve all been dreaming about for years. It composes replies to messages automatically in natural language and allows you to choose from several intelligent responses before sending. Sounds pretty neat, huh? Google says a whopping 10 percent of all mobile replies from Inbox are already composed using the feature, so it must work pretty well.
Get it here: https://www.google.com/inbox/
Balance is the key to succeeding in anything.
Any successful system is a set of checks and balances that are in constant need of adjustment. If it leans a little to the left, you just have to pull it to the right, and repeat, and repeat. Create a gyroscope of habits that work. Don’t look where you fell, look where you slipped and fix it. Just persevere.
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