Ubuntu

Hello guys,

Today i’m going to share you one if the most popular Linux operating system “UBUNTU”.which can full fill your needs in a very compactive and easy way.as you all know that most of the windows versions require 1 GB of RAM with minimum 1 Ghz core CPU so if we talk about using a hardware with the specification lesser than these can be a tough job for any person.so i suggest ubuntu because it can also run with lower specifications which makes it best.

It is useful for budget devices which came in 15k-35k because it is completely free.Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux operating system, with Unity as its default desktop environment.

The Ubuntu OS and the innovative Ubuntu for Android convergence solution make it an exciting time for Ubuntu on mobile devices.And thanks to that shared infrastructure, developers can work on the desktop, and smoothly deliver code to cloud servers running the stripped-down Ubuntu Server Edition.

You can Create professional documents, spreadsheets and presentations on Ubuntu with LibreOffice, the open source office suite that’s compatible with Microsoft Office. That means you can open and edit files like Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations and share them with other users quickly and easily. You can also use Google docs directly from your desktop.After many years Ubuntu still is and always will be free to use, share and develop.

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is the esay task we have got lots of games that’ll keep you busy for hours. There are thousands of games available for Ubuntu, including titles from the Unity and Steam platforms. Pick from critically acclaimed titles such as Dota 2, Civilization V, Kerbal Space Program, Football Manager 2015 and Borderlands 2.

Ubuntu Long Term Support/LTS proves that it doesn’t matter if you’re Oracle, Microsoft, or Canonical: Bringing a fleet of products into new release revision synch is tough. Canonical is trying to cover the bases of cloud, server, desktop, smartphone/tablet, plus management and support and services add-ons

Ubuntu works closely with OEMs to jointly make Ubuntu available on a wide range of devices.The system requirements vary among Ubuntu products. For the Ubuntu desktop release 16.04 LTS, a PC with at least 2 GHz dual core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 25 GB of free disk space is recommended.[43][44] For less powerful computers, there are other Ubuntu distributions such as Lubuntu and Xubuntu. Since version 12.04, Ubuntu supports the ARM architecture.[2][45][46][47][48] Ubuntu is also available on Power,[2][49][50][51] older PowerPC architecture was at one point unofficial supported,[52] and now newer Power Architecture CPUs (POWER8) are supported.

downlaod links for ubuntu are provided below:
https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

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PHONIX OPERATING SYSTEM

 

As we know that most of us need a perfect pc for our daily use but sometimes we are given with slightly less power full hardware which leads to low level of performance it is not only the matter of hardware it is also the matter of choosing kind of hardware and and also the kind of operating system.Everyone of us know about it may be Linux,windows or mac or any other OS.depending upon our usage we have to select the best OS to use optimum resources which we are having.

Today i am here going to discuss one the best OPERATING system which can fulfill your requirement if you are having very low level hardware such as RAM 512-1024MB RAM or processor of single core or more for the above mentioned configuration i would like to suggest PHONIX OS which is derived from android os where android is the choice of large number of smartphone users phonix is designed to provide android features to the desktop users.

Phoenix OS is a personal computer operating system which is further researched and developed based on the Android platform, mainly orients to smart tablet, laptop, desktop computer and other large-screen devices. It inherits many habits and experiences of classic personal computer operating system, and also supports millions of mainstream Android applications. You can use it freely no matter under environments of family, office, education or others.

Phoenix OS is perfectly compatible with Android ecosystem, and millions of Android applications and games are available for option.

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ANDROID N BASICS FOR EVERYONE

Android N features:

Android N name: Android 7.0 Nougat

Google revealed the official name for Android N is going to be Android Nougat, not Android Nutella, as many had hoped . Based on other clues from Google I/O and in developer previews, we already knew the next major Android version would be Android 7.0
Android N was known internally as New York Cheesecake and during the I/O keynote, users were invited to suggest names for Android N.
All the screenshots and mockups featured at I/O showed the time 7:00– Google’s traditional method of hinting at the next Android version number.
Android Nougat release date:
Google surprised us all by releasing the first Android N developer preview on March 9, two full months earlier than expected.
The final Android 7.0 Nougat release date has been confirmed for Q3, 2016, giving Google until September 30 to make good on its timeline. This means that the Nexus 6P (2016) and Nexus 5X (2016) – or whatever they will be called this year– will be coming a little earlier than expected too, as the new version of Android is always presented alongside new Nexus devices.
Android N Developer Preview 5:
Quick Settings toggle behavior fixed:
In last dev preview, the familiar toggle on/off action for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in the Quick Settings was removed. In its place, tapping the toggles launched the menu screen for each setting.
Cat-catching Easter Egg:
The Android N Easter Egg is a peculiar cat-catching game based on pre-Pokémon GO-era cat-catching game Neko Atsume . The premise is simple: lay out treats for cats, who will intermittently drop by for a feed. “Catch” them and share with your friends. That seems to be it but we’ll see how this one develops.

App source now shown:
This means that when you tap App Info for a particular app, the OS will display whether it was installed via the Play Store or side-loaded/sourced from a third-party. The feature is likely just there to help developers to diagnose potentially problematic apps from outside Google Play.
New Google Camera with customizable volume button actions:
The new Google Camera 4.1 comes pre-loaded Android N dev preview 5 and it adds new features. First up, customizable volume key actions. This means you can tell the Android OS what you want volume up and down to do while in Google Camera. Choose from zoom, shutter and volume for now.
The three on-screen settings– timer, HDR and flash– now show their options in a full-width view. When accessing previously taken photos, the Google Photos icon has been replaced with an “All Photos” label in the top right hand corner and you can now double tap to zoom in instantly. You can no longer display manual exposure settings.

New Quick Settings options for developers:
This one is likely to vanish before the final Android 7.0 build rolls out, but for now, there are two new options in the Edit menu of the Quick Settings. “Show layout bounds” and “Profile GPU rendering” both now appear as optional tiles.
VR mode options now appear in Display Settings:
While we already knew about Android 7.0’s sustained performance mode for VR, the setting is now showing up in the Display settings in dev preview 5. At the bottom there is now a setting called “When device is in VR mode” with options for “use low motion blur settings” and “do nothing”. Something tells me a teardown will soon reveal further VR mode integration.

Android N will be Android 7.0
We’ve previously mentioned how all the clocks in the screenshots at I/O were set to 7:00– Google’s usual way of telling us what the next Android version number will be.
Recently used emoji removed from Google Keyboard
This isn’t exactly earth-shattering news, but as you probably realize, we’re now at the polishing and fine-tuning stage of Android N, so the changes we see are going to get less sexy the closer we get to go time.. In Dev Preview 4 you’ll have to enable that option in the keyboard settings: the default state no longer shows emoji.

Custom Pointer and other final APIs:
The fourth Dev Preview contains the final Android 7.0 APIs and SDK. One of those final APIs is the Custom Pointer API, which will be utilized by devs to get their apps ready for keyboard and mouse control, essential for Android apps on Chrome OS. API 24 is the new target for developers and they are now able to publish apps supporting API 24 to Google Play in the alpha, beta and production release channels.
Android Auto navigation is broken:
This is hardly a feature, but it has cropped up enough on the Android bug tracker to warrant the attention of the Android team. Remember, Android N is a developer release, so things occasionally get broken. You can rest assured it will be working again by the time your devices get the official Android 7.0 update though.

No more Launcher Shortcuts for Android N:
Launcher Shortcuts– the ability to create custom action shortcuts on your home screen– has officially been axed for Android 7.0.
Multi-Locale Mode for polyglot language support
Android N’s new Multi-Locale Mode aims to address that imbalance by allowing users to add multiple languages in order of priority, so the system can switch from one to the other.
Dark Theme gone yet again, Night Mode remains:
Google has said that Night Mode and the Dark Theme are “very unlikely” to make it into the final Android 7.0 release, but that it hasn’t ruled them out entirely. Apparently, neither feature met Google’s performance standards. In Dev Preview 3, Dark Theme is gone, but Night Mode remains in the Quick Settings.
Google Keyboard themes:
Google giveth and Google taketh away. Just as we lose the beloved Dark Theme for Android as a whole, we gain themes for the Google Keyboard in Android N. Version 5.1 of Google Keyboard adds a bunch of colorful theming options, including the ability to set your own image background.

Multitasking:
Multitasking in Android N is an emotional rollercoaster of proportion skin to the Dark Theme. App switching between your two most recent apps by double-tapping the multitasking button remains , but the number of apps will be reduced to seven.Launching multi-window mode in the recents list is now activated by long-pressing an app and dragging it up.You can still enable a swipe-up gesture on the recents button to launch multi-window mode in the System UI Tuner settings.

Other new stuff in Android N:
As mentioned above, the Android N Developer Preview 3 is more about fine-tuning likely Android 7.0 features and removing those unlikely to make the cut. Sadly for fans of the Dark Theme and Night Mode, Launcher Shortcuts, advanced multitasking shortcuts, those funky new folder icons or the shutter button in video mode, it looks like these features may not make the cut.

“Clear All” in Recent Apps menu:
The app switcher has received a new Clear All button in the top left hand corner. The app switching shortcuts that debuted in the first Developer Preview have also changed. You no longer tap the Recents button to “scroll” through apps and entering split-screen mode is also different: you either long-press the Recents button when in a full-screen app or you long-press an app in the Recents list and drag it to the left.

Lock screen Quick Reply:
You know how the last preview introduced Quick Reply direct from the notification shade? Well, this preview takes it one step further by allowing you to reply to notifications direct from the lock screen. Just got to Settings > Notifications > Settings > On the lock screen to set your preference.

Launcher shortcuts on the home screen:
Android N allows apps to define action-specific shortcuts which can be displayed in the launcher. These launcher shortcuts let your users quickly start common or recommended tasks within your app. Each shortcut contains an intent, which links the shortcut to a specific action in your app.
Your app can create up to five dynamic shortcuts. When users perform a gesture over your app’s launcher icon, these shortcuts appear. By dragging the shortcuts onto the launcher, users can make persistent copies of the shortcu

Xiaomi MIUI 8 6.7.29 BETA reviews

MIUI 8 GLOBAL 6.7.29 BETA ROM
REVIEW
I am MI Red MI 2 prime user  recently i updated my device so that i can see upgradation and its issues done by MIUI .
initially set was lenthy more than the previous MIUI versions at first i was amazed to see because it took too long to install than it started i had seen some of the beautiful as well as worst part listed below :-
Advantages:-
1.BOOT:- boot time has been improved superbly from 5-6 seconds to 3-4 seconds.
2.CALCULATOR:-  introduced with new options which work well more than enogh.
3.STATUS BAR:-status bar has been improved very well decent design with multiple options to switch.
4.LOCK SCREEN:-lock screen improved from previous versions of miui now it is provided with new wallpapers and also smooth unlocking with lesser time.
5.CAMERA:-camera has been improved by providing new interface with lots of features
6.CALENDER/WEATHER:-Here calender and weather appears good because there interface changes according to weather and month.
Disadvantages:
1.FIRST BOOT:normally first boot takes lot of time but this beta version takes so much time and also it shows some unexplainable problems with install percentage which seems faulty like 23% to directly 98% without any notification or regualar interval it suffers with animation failures
2.CAMERA:camera has been improved in case of interface but it still shows some faults like it can not diiferntiate between HDR and non HDR and also expore level and sharpness and contrast looks worst.Camera shows too much colour to the capured images.
3.LAGING ISSUES:-It laggs while working speed was good normally but during instagram it laggs.It hangs during media play.It shows 758 mb RAM free of 2 gb but still it lags.
4.GOOGLE PLAYSTORE CRASHES:It shows certain playstore crash during updating google play services which were slightly old for MIUI 8.
5.FALSE ANDROID VERSION:During update process it has been shown that MIUI 8 is upgraded to MARSHMALLOW ROM but in reallity it has been only updated to LOLIPOP OS 5.1.1 LMY47V
Conclusion:-
On the basis of above observed data i request MIUI TEAM to fix these issues so that they can serve better and also i request MIUI community members to spread this data to miui users so that they would not face any problems
i ll be thank full to all community members.
REVIEW done by:-
immanish9321

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