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How to Stop Google From Tracking You in Few Simple Steps

Privacy is one of the biggest concern to everyone these days, and to respect your privacy, few days ago Google enabled the option to download...

How to Upgrade Your System to Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet

One of the world’s best Linux-based operating systems, Ubuntu, is witnessing a final and stable release of Ubuntu 15.04. This version is codenamed Vivid...

Google Now Lets You Download Your Entire Search History, Here is...

Google now allows you to export and download your entire search history in no time. Last year Google tested a download feature in search...

How to Use Proxychains to Run Applications Behind Proxy

Some applications do not support proxy by default. Other applications might support HTTP proxy but fail when using SOCKS. As Tor provides a SOCKS...

How To Enable YouTube’s Transparent Player

I think we all agree that YouTube is the best place to watch online videos, and this is why it is world third most...

How to Connect to Ad Hoc WiFi Network in Windows 8.1

Having Windows 8.1 and then connecting to a wireless network, sometimes it may create some problems. Well I use Ubuntu most of the time,...

How to Find Duplicate Files Using Duplicate Files Finder

I am always a victim of lots of useless and redundant data in my PC. Out of all these useless files, a good percentage of...

How To Download SoundCloud Songs for Free

Hello, fossBytes readers! As many of you are already familiar with the fact that I frequently write how-to articles, I keep on getting user...

Linux Windows Dual Boot and More: Multi-booting Up to Five OS

Feels good to have lots of options to choose from, right? Then why stick to just one Operating System for a lifetime, it's time you...

Vifm – A Simple and Powerful Text Based File Manager for...

What is Vifm (Vi File Manager)? Vifm is a ncurses library based file manager for Linux which allows you to perform almost every file related task...