Bill Gates introduces the Indigo, the remarkable invention that uses no electricity, no ice, and no batteries to store vaccines at the precise temperature required to remain effective. Learn more at https://b-gat.es/2sDyOMv
Quickly Zoom In and Out of Any Windows 7 Application
To quickly zoom in to any part of your screen, hit the Windows key and +. By default, the Magnifier will zoom in 100% increments, but you can change this in the tool settings. Hold down the Windows and – keys at the same time to zoom back out.
Other quick keyboard shortcuts, once you have the Magnifier tool up, include:
CTRL + ALT + L to bring up the lens display view
CTRL + ALT + D to dock the magnification area.
CTRL + ALT + F brings you back to the full screen mode.
In some applications, such as your web browser and Photoshop, you can use CTRL + and CTRL – instead to zoom in. But if you ever want to get a closer look at something in Windows 7 and the CTRL + shortcut doesn’t do anything for you, try using the Windows key instead of the CTRL key.
How to disable directory listing for website folder
Add or modify .htaccess file with following content.
# sendmail -q
# postsuper -d <email id>
# postsuper -d ALL
# postsuper -d ALL deferred
# postconf -n
# postqueue -p # to show current mailq
Add SMTP relay:
# postfconf -e “relayhost=myemailhost.host.com”
# postfix reload
Android Devices – Flavors/Versions
API 7: Android 2.1 – Eclair
API 8: Android 2.2 – Froyo
API 9: Android 2.3 – Gingerbread
API 10: Android 2.3.3 – Gingerbread
API 11: Android 3.0 – HoneyComb
API 12: Android 3.1 – HoneyComb
API 13: Android 3.2 – HoneyComb
API 14: Android 4.0 – IceCreamSandwich
API 15: Android 4.0.3 – IceCreamSandwich
API 16: Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean
API 17: Android 4.2 – Jelly Bean
API 18: Android 4.3 – Jelly Bean
API 19: Android 4.4 – KitKat
API 20: Android 4.4W – KitKat Wear
API 21: Android 5.0 – Lollipop
API 22: Android 5.1 – Lollipop
API 23: Android 6.0 – Marshmallow
API 24: Android 7.0 – Nougat
Why Governments Should Invest in Innovation
Linux has a way to completely delete, purge or shred file(s) ..
$ shred -n 3 -z -u filename
-n: Overwrite N (3) times
-z: Add final overwrite with zeros to hide shredding
-u: Truncate and remove file after overwriting