Bleeding Edge Installs Software Not Available In Ubuntu Repositories

Many software and updates are not available from Ubuntu repositories which makes it hard to find alternative third-party repositories to download software and updates. Bleeding Edge is an open source shell script for 32-bit and 64-bit Ubuntu versions which allows easily installing software, repositories and keys. It contains many software which you are unlikely to find in the Ubuntu repository. The available software and packages include Getdeb, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Continue Reading →

How To Enable System Tray Notifications In Ubuntu 11.04 For All Applications

System tray notifications were released a while back for Ubuntu 11.04 Unity (Natty Narwhal). Unfortunately, the system tray option is not available for all applications and merely works with a few apps such as Mumble, Java applications and Wine. In this post I will tell you how to enable system tray notifications for all applications.

Easypad LAP Alternative To Windows Notepad With Development Friendly Formats

Easypad LAP is an alternative to the default Windows Notepad with a lot of additional features with most prominent being the Ribbon based user interface which offers five separate tabs for handling the document alignment, selecting text color, font style, document security, etc. Users can save your text document in TXT, RTF, XML, XAML, HTML, PHP, JS, Java, CS, ASP and RESX formats. This can be quite helpful for developers Continue Reading →

Identify Webpage Compatibility Issues With Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera & Internet Explorer

Compatibility Detector is a Chrome extension which scans for compatibility issues on a web page in relation to popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari). This helps in identifying conflicts that a page may face by many of the commonly used browsers. It also provides a detailed information about web page compatibility issues which may arise with other browsers. Compatibility Detector identifies issues such as covering Continue Reading →