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How To Monitor Your Employee’s Online Activity with Activity Monitor software


How To Monitor Your Employee’s Online Activity with Activity Monitor software

As an employer there are times when you might be torn between what is ethical and what is mandatory of your role as the overall supervisor for your employees. This is especially so when it comes to monitoring the activity of your employees on the internet during the working hours. Whether or not you monitor…

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By Guest Author on April 20th
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How To Manually Change Or Fix Extended Monitor Resolution In Ubuntu / Debian?


Linux Fix / Change Monitor Screen Resolution

Monitor resolutions and especially extended monitor resolutions can be real pain at times. Although Ubuntu’s monitor resolution detection is really smart but at times it can give you a bad day! Working on extended monitor setup is helpful as it saves you time. Well, in this article we will show you how you can manually…

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By Debjit on September 8th
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LG Launches 3D Monitor With Eye Tracker – GoodBye 3D Goggles!


DX2000 - 3D monitor from LG with Eye-Tracking

LG’s new 3D desktop monitor – DX2000 with an Eye Tracking technology bids a sweet goodbye to 3D goggles! The monitor’s web camera tracks your eye movements in order to create a 3D experience for you. Find out more about this all new monitor from LG.

 Gadgetizor   News  

By Debjit on July 14th
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Put a check on your iPhone-app expenses using App Store Expense Monitor


Put a check on your iPhone-app expenses using App Store Expense Monitor

App Store Expense Monitor (ASEM) resides in your menu bar and shows you how much you have spent on purchasing iPhone apps.

 Apple   Articles   Brands   Tips & Tricks   Web  

By Debjit on October 12th
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How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10


How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10

Setting up an external Monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10 is very simple. Fedora 10 onwards, the default X11 window system configuration file has been dropped and the system auto-configures your X11 system. In case you need to change a few settings to your X11 configuration (which we will be doing here), you need…

 Computers   How-To   Linux   Uncategorized  

By Debjit on February 6th
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