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A .desktop file describes how a particular program is to be launched, how it appears in menus, etc. It is used by Freedesktop-compliant environments such as Gnome, KDE and Xfce.
Two-factor authentication, also called two-step verification, is a method to add an extra layer of security to an authentication mechanism. In two-factor authentication a user's identity is confirmed …
When your question involves conversions to/from or idiosyncrasies of running on a CPU that uses 64-bit addresses.
a compressed archive file format. It's also an application that handles multiple compression formats.
Command line audio CD ripping frontend.
Usability of Unix & Linux by people with disabilities and by elderly users.
a Taiwan-based international computer company, producer of monitors, laptops, netbooks, desktops and other products.
a greplike tool optimized for programmers searching large heterogeneous trees of source code.
ACL stands for access control list. ACLs extend permissions on files beyond the traditional user-group-others triple.
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is a standard for power management.
a small daemon that responds power-related events, such as closing the laptop lid. It is responsible for behaviors such as suspending the computera when a laptop lid is closed. acpid services…
Adobe application to view, print and comment PDF files.
a software framework for object sharing between Windows applications. Some web pages embed ActiveX widgets.
a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device.
A family of browser addons for Firefox, Chrome and other browsers that blocks ads and popups
For questions about resolving errors when attempting to set up an ad hoc network.