Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

Google Chrome 8: Offline Installer Download links for Windows, Mac and Linux

Google has announced the release of their latest stable version of Google Chrome v 8.0.552.215 browser for Windows, Mac and Linux. Continue reading

Intel launches Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform chips for Windows and Linux home servers.

Intel today introduced an update to its Atom processor-based platform for home and small business storage appliances. The updated chip offers a performance boost and supports a new memory technology, Intel said. Continue reading

Hands on: Jolicloud 1.0, a Linux distro in progress

Jolicloud 1.0 is a new edition of Linux aimed at nontechnical netbook users that’s described this way by its makers:

“[It] is not a traditional OS. It was built for netbook users to leverage the cloud and make their life easier.” Think of it as a variant on the Google Chrome OS approach: This Internet operating system, as the company calls it, is little more than a Web browser plus a few other supporting technologies. Continue reading

How To: Flush DNS in Windows, Mac & Linux

Many a times you must have encountered “time out” errors while browsing some websites. If you try accessing these websites through a proxy or VPN, they would work. When a computer browser visits a website for the first time, it stores the website’s DNS information in cache. The next time the computer visits the same website, it looks in the cache to see if the website’s information is present to use. In case the website’s DNS information  Continue reading

TeamViewer iPad App released

TeamViewer is now available for iPad

The TeamViewer Pro HD App provides easy, fast and secure remote access to PCs, Macs and Linux.

With the TeamViewer Pro HD App for iPad you are able to:

* spontaneously support your clients and colleagues
* have access to your office desktop with all of its documents and installed applications
* remotely administer unattended computers (e.g. servers)

Functions:

* Both spontaneous support and remote access to unattended computers are possible
* Convenient control via multi-touch gestures: left click, right click, drag & drop, scroll wheel, zoom, change monitor
* complete keyboard incl. special keys such as Ctrl, Alt, Windows®
* reboot the remote computer
* automatically decrease the screen resolution of the remote computer
* integrated partner list – see which computer or partner is online
* trouble-free use behind firewalls and proxy servers
* highest security standards: 256 Bit AES Session Encoding, 1024 Bit RSA Key Exchanges

License:

* TeamViewer Pro HD provides access to any number of remote computers for which you do not have to purchase any additional licenses.
* Even installing TeamViewer on unattended computers does not incur any additional cost!

Quick guide:

1. Install and start TeamViewer Pro HD from the App Store.
2. Install and start TeamViewer 5 on your PC or TeamViewer 4 on your Mac
3. Enter your PC’s or Mac’s ID and password directly in the TeamViewer Pro HD interface on your iPad to connect.