The Joy Of Receiving Mails : Before And Now

The joys of emailing : now and then
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Automatically Fetch Articles For Subscribed RSS Feeds In Mozilla Thunderbird

RSS logo
Mozilla Thunderbird has a useful built-in RSS reader. By default, for each of the added feed subscriptions, it won’t check or get new messages when Thunderbird is launched. So here is how to configure Thunderbird RSS reader to automatically check for and retrieve articles for any of the subscribed RSS feeds as soon as it is launched : Browse to the feed subscription which needs to be automatically...

The Math Clock

The math clock
Made by math geeks for math geeks. 🙂[ Image courtesy : Zanyjaney ]

How To Use Windows 8 Without A Hardware Keyboard

On-Screen keyboard in Windows 8
The Windows 8 On-Screen Keyboard makes it possible to use computer without a physical keyboard and can be set as default input device. Here is how to set up this virtual keyboard so that it can be used directly every time after logging into Windows 8 : Open Control Panel (either search for Control Panel from charms bar by moving the mouse pointer to extreme right side of screen and selecting “Search”...

The Making Of Linux Geeks : Explained

Making of a linux geek
They start early, very early. 🙂[ Image courtesy : Linuxdebia ]

Easily Download Torrents Using Deluge In Linux Mint/Ubuntu

Deluge is a lightweight GTK+ based torrent client for Linux Mint / Ubuntu and Windows as well as Mac OS X. To install it in Linux mint / Ubuntu, open Terminal and type : sudo apt-get install delugeOnce installed, open it from the “Internet” section from within the Menu.To add a torrent, simply hit the “+” button or File > Add Torrent. Then, either copy the torrent url...