Android Lollipop has been rolling out to users for a good few days now and if your device still hasn’t received the update, we know exactly how you feel. Keep checking and reading up on the great new features in Lollipop until you get the update. Pinning screens is a new and very down played feature in Lollipop and there hasn’t been much talk about it but it’s really useful especially if you’ve got an Android tablet instead of a phone. Pinning screens allows you to ‘pin’ an app to the screen and no accidental swipes or taps on a button will allow you to exist the app unless you unpin it first. If you’ve enabled any sort of PIN or passcode on your device, you can set it so that the passcode is required to unpin the app.
Most application launchers add a taskbar, or something comparable, to the Windows desktop. However, with Quick Cliq you can open your software, websites, documents and URLs directly from a menu. The program also includes a clipboard utility and memos submenu that you can save notes with.
Je suis un peu ému, car ce week-end, c’est notre première sortie à deux officielle avec le French Paper Art Club… Nous occuperons en effet le stand 37, entre nos amis de Comics Blog et notre très cher Thibaud de Gastronogeek ! Et autant vous dire que nous ne viendrons pas les mains vides, car vous pourrez non seulement vous offrir la plupart de nos prints officiels Geek-Art/French Paper pour les Sims, Dragon Age ou Batman, mais également une bonne partie des sublimes sérigraphies proposées par French Paper Art Club. Et autant vous dire que ça envoie du lourd ! Nous vous attendons donc au stand 37 dès demain 9 heures 30 Porte de Champerret à Paris !
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It’s the middle of the week and you probably know by now if the rest of it is going to be any good. In case you’re in for a bad week and could do with some
procrastination cheering up, try out Beam for Redddit. It’s a brand new Reddit browsing app for iOS and is designed to impress. You can leave comments and upvote or downvote posts from the app if you’re signed in though there seems to be no way for you to sign out. What sets Beam apart from other apps is that it isn’t just for browsing Reddit but also for discovering new sub-reddits. It has a dedicated discovery tab that shows you trending sub-reddits and the posts currently popular in them. You can view GIFs, play videos, subscribe or unsubscribe to a sub-reddit. You can also filter out NSFW and spoiler content and open links in Chrome instead of Safari.
If you’re a lurker and don’t have a Reddit account (or you just don’t want to sign in) you can still use Beam. The home screen is the Front page of Reddit though if you tap the button at the right, you can choose to filter it by top, new, hot etc. From this same screen, you can turn off videos and pictures to save bandwidth as well as turn off self posts and posts that are links to external sites.
If you’ve already downloaded and installed Windows 10, the first thing you want to know is how it looks different from Windows 8. That’s the first thing I did after I entered the new interface of Windows 10, you know, just to look around to see if there was anything that attracted my attention. Here are a few good features I found in the menu bar that I’d like to share with you guys.
Microsoft has released Build 9879 of the Windows 10 Technical preview and it’s actually more buggy than the last one. As it was with Build 9860, some features originally revealed at the official unveiling of Windows 10 but not released immediately, have been enabled with this new build. Windows 10 is also under going what can best be described as an interface change though the changes are far less extreme and really just a reinforcement of the Modern UI. Four UI changes caught our eye are the new folder icons, the battery indicator on both the lock screen and in the system tray, the new hamburger style buttons on Modern apps, and the refined look of the Notification Center.