November 2016 has gone so fast! Let’s see what has happened in November 2016 for my blog!
New updates: remove search widget and added header image, and added search beneath the header.
PIXEL 1.1: I check for Raspbian updates occasionally, and guess what I found! PIXEL 1.1: update now using sudo apt-get update and then sudo apt-get dist-upgrade!
Chromium ARM updates: A user called Huey found an issue with the Chromium ARM installer: the Chromium files had been updated! Lucky, I have fixed this issue and updated Chromium ARM installer. You can find the updated installer here!
Windows History: There was no Cortana in 1985! What is the history of Microsoft Windows? Well, glad you asked! I have made a post about Microsoft Windows’ history.
Jack and Windows: I made some stories about a boy called Jack and his Dad, who go on some adventures with software made by Microsoft.
ECG SeaSurf: A few days ago, I revealed I am developing a web browser. I decided to call it SeaSurf. It is written in Python and currently unfinished.
And that’s it! I wonder what December has in store for my blog, and if you enjoy this post, why not like it (if you have a WordPress.com account) or comment on it (WordPress.com account or email)?
A few days ago, I announced ECG SeaSurf 2017, a web browser that is accessible to anyone, beginner or expert. No releases, not even beta yet. However, when I do release ECG SeaSurf 2017, I will be making a rpi-seasurf for Raspberry Pi devices. Expect it to come out at the same time as ECG SeaSurf 2017. Cheers! Epic Chas Gamer 😎
Last year in December, I hadn’t blogged all year. But this year is gonna be different: every day starting 1st December and ending 25th December, I will be posting, every day, about how close we get to Christmas every day.
Windows Vista supports Internet Explorer 9, a fast, modern web browser that can be downloaded from The Internet Explorer 9 download page. Follow the installation instructions and then open Internet Explorer 9. Bang! You should have the latest version of Internet Explorer 9 running on Windows Vista.
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Want to see what Android Jelly Bean was like? Well, this is the guide for you! Here is how to make Android Lollipop, Marshmallow and Nougat look like Jelly Bean.
First, find a Launcher.
Here is a good Launcher for this task: Holo Launcher. Find it by searching in the Play Store. Then, once installed, tap your home button and choose Launcher. Tap Holo Launcher. Bang! You have the launcher. All we need now is a locker and a few other apps.
Lollipop removed the Gallery from Android. Lucky, an app in the Play Store called Gallery ICS. Download it and enjoy the Gallery!
An app in the Play Store called Calculator JB is available.
Try and find apps that are based on ones from Jelly Bean.
I have came up with a name for the web browser I am developing. I am calling it SeaSurf. What features do you really want in SeaSurf. I will try my hardest to add the features to ECG SeaSurf, but I can’t guarantee.