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What Is Webpage? 0

What Is Webpage?

Internet is the most popular and crowded network in the world. The Internet provides different services, applications. The webpage is the most popular service or application provided by the internet. The webpage provides content on different topics. In a technical way, Webpage consists of different technologies like HTML, JavaScript, XML, Picture, Video, etc. Web Page Well, this is a web page provided by There are a lot of web...

How To Install Google Chrome Browser On Ubuntu? 0

How To Install Google Chrome Browser On Ubuntu?

Google Chrome is an opensource, free browser. Google Chrome is the most popular browser which is used by millions of peoples on different operating systems like Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Windows, Windows Server, MacOS, Android, iPhone, etc. Google Chrome is based on Chromium browser engine and operating system. Install Google Chrome From Downloaded Deb Package Ubuntu distribution uses Debian as base distribution. Most of the packages, architecture are provided by Debian....


How To Update Google Chrome Browser?

Google Chrome is the most used browser in the world. Chrome is a present from Google. Google Chrome has also an operating system which uses Google services for corporate work. In this tutorial, we will look at how to update Google Chrome browser for operating systems like Windows, Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat. Update Google Chrome For Windows Operating Systems Google Chrome provides a simple and easy update...


How To Update Mozilla Firefox?

With its old name Mozilla or well-known name, Firefox is a very popular browser. Firefox is an opensource browser that respects user rights and privacy. In this tutorial, we will look Mozilla Firefox Update for operating systems Windows, Ubuntu, Kali, Debian, Mint, Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat. Update Firefox For Windows Firefox can be updated by downloading the new version from the internet or using following menus. Click Help -> About Firefox ->...


Linux Lynx Text and Terminal Based Browser

Linux is interesting operations system. It provides a lot of command based or terminal based applications. Lynx is one of them. Lynx is a terminal based web browser. This means we can browse the web or surf in the web in a server environment without a desktop manager. In this tutorial we will look how to install lynx and the features and commands provided lynx. Install Lynx Lynx is an...


About Plugins Of Google Chrome

When the internet emerged browsers used for displaying and rendering HTML pages with limited JavaScript or VBScript scripts. Today time changed and browsers act like an operating system or container that provides a lot of functionality built-in or with plugins. Internet users use plugins for different functions like, post twitter, bookmark, save the password, remotely manage applications etc. The plugin provides flexibility for the users but also provides security weakness....


Wget Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux and Windows

Linux provides different tools to download files via different type of protocols like HTTP, FTP, HTTPS etc. wget is the most popular tool used to download files via command line interface. Wget is supported by Linux, BSD, Windows, MacOSX. Wget has rich feature set some of them can be listed Resume downloads Multiple file download single command Proxy support Unattended download Curl is alternative to wget. To read curl tutorial click...


How To Install Google Chrome Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora?

In the old times where web was statically running there was browsers like Netscape, explorer . But the times changed, web is also changed and become very dynamic platform. Also browsers changed too but some of them are gone. There are new kings in the web browsers.  Google Chrome is late comer but the most popular browser for now. To install Google Chrome to the Linux operating systems there is two...


Apache Log Files

Apache or with real name httpd provides logs. These logs are very helpful while detecting errors, attacks. There is two type of Apache logs by default. Log resides in following directories. Log Path Apache logs are stored in different paths because of name difference for different distributions. DEB or apt family uses the name apache2 and stores logs as apache2 but  the RPM yum family uses the name httpd and...

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