Why you should stop using Chrome?

Chrome is dominating the browser market since 2012. Maybe you’re thinking “Google is making a good job and having a lot of users because of this, is very natural” and you might be right. Yes, Google Chrome has a lot of features like remote control, casting, and whatnot. But it is not how Google achieved this success but where it is headed is concerning. So why exactly we must stop Chrome?

Browser market share image, Chrome 65 percent, Safari follows with 16 percent
Browser market share data acquired from gs.statcounter.com (19/08/2020)
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How to transfer files from and to Android device via ADB

Transferring files between PC and Android is easy. But while working on a project which requires sending files back and forth between your computer and mobile device you may find this ADB commands useful. Whether it’s a certificate file or an image it’s easy to transfer files with ADB. I believe I do not have to state that this requires connecting your device via USB and having the required drivers installed on your computer.

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How to disable touchpad on Linux

Sometimes it feels like your hardware is not co-operating and trying to argue with you. Which can be really annoying. My touchpad is always detecting my palm while trying to use the keyboard and moves the cursor to an unknown location… So I would like to let you know the easy trick to disable and enable input devices on Linux.

If you want to disable a device which is connected or integrated with your computer on Linux you can check out xinput command. To view all xinput devices you can use the command “xinput list” the output of it on my desktop computer looks like this.

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