Android phones are different from iPhones in the way they allow to customize your home screens. Not only can you change the places where the icons are and how many home screens you have, you can also add widgets, shortcuts and a lot of cool custom designs. While this can make your Android home screen one-of-a-kind, you may want to share your home screen configuration with a friend or they.
There are times when a user wants to know the startup and shutdown history of a computer. Mostly, system administrators need to know about the history for troubleshooting purposes. If multiple users use the computer, it may be a good security measure to check PC startup and shutdown times to make sure that the PC is being used legitimately. In this article, we will discuss two ways to keep.
If you have not noticed, at the login screen of Ubuntu, anyone can select the “Guest Session” and login to your computer without password. Of course, the guest won’t be able to access your files and folders. What they will see is the default Ubuntu desktop and they won’t be able to store any file permanently as all saved files are deleted on reboot. The guest session.
Not too long ago, a wonderful thing called onion routing (OR) has been invented. It was meant to protect your online privacy without slowing down your broadband connectivity. Shortly thereafter, Tor brought OR to the mainstream and allowed many people to browse the internet without feeling like someone’s snooping over your shoulder. After people found out in mid-2013 that the NSA has.
There are tons of ways you can schedule your computer to shut down. In Ubuntu, you can use Gnome Schedule, one of our favorite scheduling tool for Linux or you can simply type the “shutdown” command in the terminal to shut down the machine at a later time. If however, you prefer a simpler way to schedule your Ubuntu shutdown, you should check out EasyShutdown, or ComplexShutdown.