Today’s the 24th first anniversary of 1st Linux kernel release.

Today’s the 24th first anniversary of 1st Linux kernel release. October 5th is the day when Linus Torvalds released the 1st Linux kernel. If you remember, back in August, we celebrated the birthday of Linux. August 25th is the day when Linus Torvalds first told the world that he was working on a project named Linux. … Read moreToday’s the 24th first anniversary of 1st Linux kernel release.

Stop & uninstall Windows Telemetry/Tracking

This has been going around on the ‘Net the past few days. It has been found that Windows 10 uploads data to its servers even when every “feature” and app that normally might be expected to do that is disabled/uninstalled. For example, even if you don’t use the Cortana voice-command feature or Bing search, stuff is still being uploaded to Microsoft servers related to this. And even when users choose to not participate in any sort of customer improvement options and disable any kind of tracking, it is still tracking and uploading things.
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Not only is this a big privacy issue, there is also a system performance issue, as extra CPU cycles must be run and disk and network activity must occur to process these telemetry-related tasks.
And it is also the case that Windows 8.1 and 7 also are now doing this. Microsoft has been adding all these telemetry and tracking aspects to them lately through Windows Update, making them closer to Windows 10.
The advice from many experts now is to not go near Windows 10. Do not install it. Retain your privacy and control over your systems.
Below are instructions for disabling the unwanted telemetry/tracking in Windows 7 and 8.1

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By updating Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 you are allowing Microsoft to spy on you

There’s been a lot of discussion about Telemetry in Windows as well as avoiding the Windows 10 upgrade. Here is the list of service bulletins we compiled and what they do. It should be noted that even when not installed, they may appear again so this will require some effort on your part. Most people … Read moreBy updating Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 you are allowing Microsoft to spy on you

Hey you! Why don't you try Linux?!

Hi my name is Anis! And I’m a full time Linux user and I know a lot about it. It’s a great system, does not spy on you, and makes it very difficult to get malware. In the past few years, it’s also become a great platform for gaming, too. Here’s the answers to a bunch of questions I usually hear about Linux from Windows users.
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Why Linux Distro's Are More Secured Than Any Other Operation Systems

Linux is an open source operating system where everyone can read the entire codes but still it is considered more secure as compared to the other operating systems. Linux has been extensively deployed in the tech market as many of the gadgets are Linux based and that is why more people are building trust on the Linux platform. To throw more light on why Linux has superior internet security capabilities, let us check out some of its security features.
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Free useful software for everyone.

Free as in beer, not free as in freedom – though some of it is both. I didn’t put trialware there, or things that require you to pay, to get certain features. You can use Ninite.com to install a lot of it automatically, without any toolbars and crap like that. I didn’t include things like Blender and Sketchup, as they are, in my opinion, very niche. If you need such software, I’d assume you would already know about it. Obviously most of it is for Windows, but a lot of it is multi-platform.

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Firefox 37 Will Now Encrypt Non HTTPS Traffic

In an effort to protect its users privacy, the developers of Firefox web browser have made some serious changes that will allow to encrypt non HTTPs (http://) traffic. How is that even possible? You can thank opportunistic encryption, a technique, which encrypts the communication when connecting to another system. As a result, Firefox will route … Read moreFirefox 37 Will Now Encrypt Non HTTPS Traffic

BioShock Infinite Graphical Freez Bug Fix

Howdy people,
A few days ago game developer Irrational Games released Linux ported version of BioShock Infinite, which is great news off course! But it seems many Linux players have same issue that freezes game after while playing the game. And all have one common, the multi core CPU’s dilemma. Mostly because game isn’t fully Linux native but another wrapper, somehow it courses conflicts with multicore CPUs, which reaching full performances is unable and instead using all CPU’s fully, single core is used with Linux operation systems.
Anyhow, after several tweaks & workarounds I’ve found solution, as tested it for several hours without single crash or freeze.

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Watch Out MPAA-RIAA! Now Anyone Can Run A Pirate Bay!

The Isohunt.to team have decided to give an early Christmas present to Pirate Bay fans. They’ve launched “The Open Bay,” an initiative that allows anyone to put a ‘copy’ of The Pirate Bay online, minimal technical knowledge required. — “We, the team that brought you Isohunt.to and oldpiratebay.org, are bringing you the next step in … Read moreWatch Out MPAA-RIAA! Now Anyone Can Run A Pirate Bay!

[Guide] Way to Disable Windows 10 Build-In Keylogger

As many of you know Windows 10 is logging every single step you take while testing it, because i love my privacy and many of you do same here is how to disable it. Before/During Installation Do not use Express Settings. Hit Customize, and make sure everything is turned off. It’s strongly recommended that you use … Read more[Guide] Way to Disable Windows 10 Build-In Keylogger