How To Save IRCTC Ticket As PDF or Image

IRCTC is arguably one of the worst websites ever created and there is sure a special place in hell waiting for the people who built it. So you have gone through the battle of successfully booking a ticket on this wretched website and now you would like to print it. When you click on the

How To Get Pepper-flash On Firefox For Linux?

Firefox comes bundled with a lot of Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, etc. Firefox is great for it’s stability, open-source nature and all the cool add-ons and extensions. However, for someone who is coming to Linux from Windows. It could be a great turn-off to them when they realise that Flash doesn’t work as

[How To Fix] BlueStacks Failed To Install In Windows

BlueStacks lets you emulate Android in Windows. There are millions of Android applications that one would like to run on their computer. There is Android x86 which is an open source project that lets you install Android on a PC just like you would install Windows or Linux. However, BlueStacks makes it simple, by emulating

No “Download all attachments” Link In Gmail

There are 2 kinds of people when it comes to emailing, the people who attach files and images to the email and people who embed images as inline within the text. Gmail provides you with the download link to download all the files attached to the email with a single click only when the images

How To Dual-Boot Two Debian-based Linux Operating Systems

You have dual-booted with Windows and Linux and it works like a charm. Now you would like to do it with 2 Linux operating systems. There are a lot of different ways to achieve this, but I will try to keep this as simple as possible. The aim of this tutorial is to help Linux

3 Ways To Add Show Desktop/Hide Windows In Elementary OS

Elementary is one of the most beautifully built Ubuntu derivatives out there. Some would like to call it as the MAC of the Linux world. Although it is built on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, it uses a lot of in-house applications that are built especially for it. A lot of people are using Elementary OS for

How To Change Search Engine To Google In Firefox In Linux Mint 17

If you are running the latest version of Linux Mint — Linux Mint 17 Qiana, you should have found that the default address bar search engine is Yahoo! and not Google. The search bar in Firefox also doesn’t have Google has one of the search engines to choose. You can find search engines like Ask,

What Happened To “I F**king Love Science” Facebook Page?

We all f**king love science, don’t we? If you are on Facebook, you should have subscribed to the famous Facebook page, called, “I F**king Love Science.” Or you should have found it in your newsfeed shared by your friends. If you are subscribed for updates from the the page which is updated on a daily

10 Reasons To Upgrade To Ubuntu 14.04?

If your Ubuntu box runs on a lower version of Ubuntu, you should probably upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr). There are many reasons one should upgrade their older version of Ubuntu to 14.04. We’ve have listed some of the top reasons you need to hit the upgrade button. 1. LTS Ubuntu 14.04 is a

How To Open Google Chrome Advanced Settings Easily

Are you looking for keyboard short-cuts to open any settings dialog in Google Chrome? The fact might come hard on you, but there are currently no keyboard shortcuts that one can employ to open advance setting options. You will have to click on the ‘Customize and control Google Chrome’ button on the top right corner