Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr is out! If you want to upgrade to the lastest and greatest version of the Ubuntu Linux operation system you might want to follow this guide! I’ve described the process in great detail showing the complete upgrade process with screenshots to just follow along.
If your are interested into finances and the stock market you may have found this out by yourself: stocks mostly offer better returns than managed investment funds plus they are cheaper to buy since they don’t come with a management fee or issue surcharge. On the contrary you have to do all management of your stock portfolio yourself and have no manager looking after your stocks on a day to day basis, securing profits when you are not watching or simply on holiday.
So, is there a stress free way to manage your stocks and secure your investment at least to some degree? One smart way is to let the computer system of your preferred stock exchange (I use Tradegate or Xetra since I live in Germany) do the management for you. This way you can maximize your profits and reduce the risk of loosing money at the same time.
Let’s delve into this….
I’m currently all into Litecoin mining and find the cryptocurrency world very exciting! I am in the process of finishing my very first litecoin mining rig and encountered some obstacles along the way. Mostly supply equippment which obviously seems to be easy to get in the U.S. like plastic crates from amazon or pci express riser cables. I found them very hard to get here in Germany.
I admit it! I’ve used Microsoft DOS and Windows for 12 years and was quite happy with it back at that time! I think, I personally and the worls ows Microsoft a lot by making personal computing available to the masses. I’m even a shareholder! I was happy with Windows, but in 2005 I became fascinated by Linux.
Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander is out! If you want to upgrade to the lastest and greatest version of the Ubuntu Linux operation system you might want to follow this guide! I’ve described the process in great detail showing the complete upgrade process with screenshots to just follow along or watch the screencast.
Hi, have you ever woundered from time to time if all those gigabyte of images on your hard drive really need to be all that big?!
Normally, if you compress images, you lose quality. If you want to keep optimal quality you will normally end up with big files. So you either have to sacrifice quality or file size. If you are interested on how to get both, read on!
Today I want to share with you my resources that I use to learn and keep myself up to date about the startup scene.
I got mail from Rodk some weeks ago. He asked me a question that, I guess, many people have when they want to give new life to an old computer. Here is what he asked me:
In my office I frequently lock my screen when I leave my desk. I found out, after pressing the Screen locking shortcut in Ubuntu 13.04 (and the versions before) the screen goes black but is still turned on and therefor consumes more energy than necessary. I hate wasting resources (and battery life) so I began to look for a solution…
I guess you all had this situation when using subversion / svn: You just created a new project and added many many files…. just to see that there is this ONE file which should no be included into subversion versioning control.