The Vacation Happiness Index : Explained

Change in vacation happiness over time
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How to Defragment Individual Files And Folders In Windows

Summary of results once Contig is run
The built-in disk defragmenter in Windows can’t selectively defragment individual files or folders. To do that, a cool utility named Contig is available for free from Microsoft Sysinternals team. It can defragment specified files and folders, a bunch of file types and thereby optimize disk space. Download it from here. Using it is simple, specify the path which contains specific files that need...

Stunning HD Wallpapers For Your Desktop #47

Stunning HD Wallpapers For Your Desktop #47
Here are some more stunning HD wallpapers for your desktop: #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users
Here’s how to install and use Zenmap, a graphical front-end for nmap in Linux Mint / Ubuntu: 1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install Zenmap – sudo apt-get install zenmap2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to launch the application – sudo zenmap3. To initiate a port scan, enter the target IP and click ‘Scan’.4....

How Corporate Marketing Works : Funny

Corporate marketing explained
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Quickly View Directory Structure Through Terminal In Linux Mint/Ubuntu

Listing file permissions and user id when using Tree
Having a lot of folders and subfolders within them can make it somewhat messy to manage them. Tree is a useful Linux tool that shows the entire directory/folder  structure in an easy to read tree like form using a nicely colored output all through the Linux Terminal. To install it : Open Terminal in Linux Mint / Ubuntu and type : sudo apt-get install tree After it is installed, type either “tree”...