Switching to Linux: 2
Switching to Linux – 1
This is a question that comes to mind of most users of closed source OS like Windows / Mac. There are lots of reason for these and free as in ‘free lunch’ is not one of them. Trust me. I don’t want you to save money here – if you can afford proprietary/ closed source… Continue reading Why switch to Linux ?
There are loads and loads of downloaders for streaming media. Some are quite good, some are pretty bad and some are simply awful – i.e. don’t work a lot of the times. However when it comes to downloading videos from YouTube – nothing probably beats 4K Video Downloader (https://www.4kdownload.com/products/product-videodownloader) or Any Video Converter (https://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free). As… Continue reading Tech Tip 3: Streaming Media Downloaders
Jellyfin is a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) media server which his a great tool for people who would like to access their media across their devices. It has a client available for Android, Amazon Firestick as well as Windows. You can even play your shared media through any web browser which supports streaming… Continue reading Tech Tip 2: Jellyfin Media Server
RaiDrive is a nifty little utility which allows you to map your google drive/ One Drive / Dropbox / Box cloud storage as a drive on your computer.There are two versions available for this – one is advertisement supported (allowing up-to 8 ‘drives’) and a subscription based with unlimited ‘drives’.The biggest convenience of this program… Continue reading Tech Tip 1: RaiDrive