Thursday, 22 September 2016

Top 3 alternatives to ES File Explorer

ES File Explorer used to be a great file explorer. But now its free version is bloated and unusable. So  search for another free alternative is a necessity. Here is my top 3 favorite File Manager from the Google play Store.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

Buy ₹ 0 (Free) eBooks on Google Play Book without Credit/Debit Card in India

Google Play Book is one the most common preloaded app on Android Devices.
But most of the students aren't able to use this app because most them don't have (supported)credit/debit card.
Most banks provides Rupay card which is not accepted in Google Play.

 And the most silly part is this that even for free book you need to enter the payment details, because they aren't free , they costs ₹ 0.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Install Arch as Linux subsystem for Windows

In Anniversary update of Windows 10, Microsoft allowed users to add Linux subsystem in Windows which is powered by Ubuntu. Recently, Turbo Developers from published a project called alwsl which installed Arch Linux as Linux subsystem. It is basically a batch script. So if are interested try it out.

Github Link of Project:

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Get Rid of all Pokemon Go Related posts Facebook

With the launch of Pokemon Go, talking about the game and Pokemon became
the new cool on the Facebook. But for some people who are not interested in Pokemon and the Game (one of them is me) may get irritated with such posts on their timeline.

Fortunately there is a chrome extension which remove any posts

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Dead slow death of Windows XP in India

As of today it has been more that 2 years when the life support of this incredible OS is pulled off. I agree it was great OS, but its time to move on. Now even the most popular browser Google Chrome has stopped supporting this.
But in India it is still very popular OS and it is recently swapped to 3rd by Windows 10 taking the 2nd spot.
And compare this to worldwide statistics, Windows 10 achieved this in October 2015. It took 7 months more in India, which shows that how Indians are repellent to updates even when they are not paying for it (Believe me most of Windows XP and 7 users are using pirated version).