Is there any option in the linux versions that will allow us to change the indexing option just as we do in the Microsoft windows.
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
So I've been getting the Windows 10 pop-ups for the last several months and I've been clicking the "no thanks" button on every one. This morning, I wiggled my trackball to wake my PC from sleep mode and fracking Windows 10 had installed itself and only needed me to press the accept or...
by Tony 5 years ago
There appears to be some changes with the "problem" with google indexing some hubs under our domains and others through hubpages.com."suddenly" webmaster tools are showing that my pages are now indexed under my subdomain rather than through hubpages.com. A search for "site:...
by Sagarika Rath 8 years ago
Windows 98, 2000, xp, vista, 7 .... ever since heard of computers heard these only. with a Microsoft dominated market we are left with very few options to look for apart from not so well performing Unix, Linux and only perfect alternative Mac. will we ever find a Operating System to overtake...
by Geaorge Allen 3 years ago
How to change indexing options in Linux?
by BristolBoy 9 years ago
I am not sure how many people have seen the news and even how many people care, but it appears that Google is planning on launching an operating system. Originally this will be just for netbooks but it may also be used on desktops. It is apparently designed for ease of use with the...
by sarovai 8 years ago
which is the latest operating system for computer?
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