5 of the Best Terminal Emulators for Windows 10

For a long time Windows 10 hasn’t had a great command line interface. As a result, developers and system admins have installed third-party options to emulate Unix-style consoles. And while it’s possible to get a bash shell inside Windows 10 now, many users still prefer a more configurable terminal emulator. Check out five of the best terminal emulators for Windows 10 below. 1. cmder cmder is a well known portable terminal emulator for Windows 10 that was built from the “pure frustration” caused by the lack of a good alternative in... Read more

How to Detect and Clean Malware from a Linux Server with Maldet

Malware is a malicious software whose goal is to disrupt the smooth and normal operation of a computer system or server, collect private information or just gain unauthorized access to the system/server. Linux systems are known to have few malicious software compared to Windows, but that doesn’t mean Linux users should be at ease. Most attacks on Linux are aimed at exploiting bugs in services like java containers and browsers, and its main aim is to change how the targeted service works and sometimes shut it completely. One of the... Read more

Brave browser bets on BATs to the web

The builders of the Brave browser are trying to put a price on online users’ attention with blockchain-based tokens that will be traded between publishers, advertisers and those willing to view ads.The project, dubbed “Basic Attention Token” (BAT), will offer a substitute for traditional display advertising, claims Brave Software, the browser’s maker as well as the force behind BAT.”Digital advertising is broken,” argued the BAT team on its website. “It is a market filled with middlemen and fraudsters, hurting users, publishers and advertisers.” Brave aims to change all that with... Read more

The Apple IIe design guidelines

Just a scanned PDF version of the Apple IIe design guidelines. This guide is divided into two parts. Part I contains recommendations to softqare, firmware and hardware designers who want their products to work smoothly with the Apple IIe, as well as the Apple II and II Plus. These recommendations pertain to the interface between Apple II Series computers and the products that are to work with them. Part II pertains to the interface between software products and their human users. The recommendations in this section of the guide apply... Read more

Introducing Chrome Enterprise

Since we launched Chrome OS in 2009, our goal has been to build the simplest, fastest, and most secure operating system possible. And we’ve been inspired by all the ways we’ve seen businesses embrace Chrome, from Chromebooks in the office, to shared Chrome devices in the field, to signage and kiosks for customer engagement in retail. But with so many different business needs – not to mention so many different devices – companies have also told us they want a single, cost-effective solution that gives them the flexibility and control... Read more