This post is the most special post on this blog. Why? Because I has been sharing cool things on this blog since last two years but from this post I'm first time sharing something cool created by me and my buddies. And this is the reason why I was away from this blog for some time. Now let me come to the point....

What is Cruxbot? 
      Cruxbot is a cool web based, easy to use app which will distill that article and will give you concise and relevant summary of that article. 

This video will explain more: 




To get started with Cruxbot see our How to use page.

And this is the link to our official site: http://www.cruxbot.com/ 

We need your reviews to improve this app so please feel free to Drop a Line. Or you can post your suggestions as comments here itself...


Happy Cruxboting......:)





Google Earth 6.2 is recently released....In fact a month ago but i wasn't knowing ...:P

Anyways .. here I'm going to type down few commands to install it in Debian based systems....

This command is to avoid avoid ugly font problem. You will come to know this problem soon. :)
sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer lsb-core

Now to download Google earth deb packages, fire following command:

For 32 bit system:

wget http://dl.google.com/dl/earth/client/current/google-earth-stable_current_i386.deb


For 64 bit system: 
wget http://dl.google.com/dl/earth/client/current/google-earth-stable_current_amd64.deb


Now to install this deb package fire following command:
sudo dpkg -i google-earth-stable_current_i386.deb


( Alternatively you can also download packages from here. And manually install them.)

Now you are ready to face  ugly font problem. :)  Now you will be able to find Google earth in your application list. Open it and you'll probably find ugly font problem.  Don't be panic. Just restart you system and it the problem will be solved thanks to first command we fired...:D


Here I'm going to share a handy tool which will help you to monitor your system resources easily. The tool is System Load Monitor.


It shows graphs of your resource usage in top panel of unity (Bottom panel of Gnome Shell ) . Clicking on this graph you'll get detailed figures of your resource usage.

You can configure the resources which you wants to monitor from it's Preferences. 





Installation: 

Debian(i.e. ubuntu , mint) users can install this tool by firing following commands from terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:indicator-multiload/stable-daily
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install indicator-multiload


Alternatively you can also download source from here and compile it manually.


Feel free to comment in case of any doubts.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 'Precise Pangolin' Beta 1 is now available for download.


These are the latest changes:
  • The Hud
  • Video Lens
  • Privacy options
  • Linux Kernel 3.2.2
  • Rhythmbox as default music player 
  • Nautilus 3.3.5
  • LibreOffice 3.5
  • Firefox 11 '
You can download 12.04 Beta from here

And don't forget to report bugs (if you find any) here. :D
Sorry for staying away from this blog for a long time. I'll let you know the reason behind this absent very soon and also show you the outcome of this time :D.
Today I just stop by to get closer to this blog again.

Google has simplified it's privacy policy a lot and new privacy policy is in effect from today (1st march).
If you haven't read it yet then you can read it from here if you wish.

Previous lines were just starters.. What I'm going to share in this post is that "How to manage your Google search history".

As we know that Google keeps track of your search history and browsing history to give you search result of your interest. But it is possible that we have previously searched about something which of no interest anymore. It is also possible that you like neutral Google results than the improved one.

Now Google is providing easy interface to manage your search history. You can manage you search history by visiting this link: https://www.google.com/history/ 
On above link you will find Pause and Remove buttons. Using Pause button you can stop Google from saving your history to improve your result. (Note: Pressing Pause button doesn't mean that Google will completely stop tracking your web activities.) You can clear all your previous history or you can choose particular entries to remove.


Feel free to pass the comments....


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