Linux Mint 19

Linux Mint 19 will be based on the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS operating system

Clement Lefebvre, head of the Linux Mint project, disclosed in the project’s 2017 monthly issue that the development team will release the next major Linux Mint and LMDE soon. With all versions of Linux Mint 18.3 “Sylvia” released, the Linux Mint team will focus on Linux Mint 19 and Linux Mint  Debian  Edition (LMDE) 3. Although LMDE 3 will be just a rollover installation […]

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Chrome 64

Chrome 64 will provide parallel download to accelerate download speeds

Recently, the well-known Android Forum XDA found that the Android version of Chrome 64 beta, the main menu shows the Parallel download function, after activation can be complicated to speed up the download speed. In a post titled Enable parallel download feature of Android from M64 in the Chromium library, “The Android-side version will start […]

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C++17

C++17 standard officially released: Developers can more easily write & maintain code

Yesterday, the ISO C ++ Committee formally released the C ++ 17 standard, formally known as ISO/IEC 14882:2017.   Based on C ++ 11, C ++ 17 is designed to make C ++ a less bloated and complicated programming language that simplifies the everyday use of the language, making it easier for developers to write and maintain […]

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