How do I print a PDF eBook?
It is very simple. Open the PDF in any of the PDF apps then choose Print. If you don want to install the PDF app you can open the PDF in Microsoft Edge then choose the Print feature and choose Microsoft Print to PDF printer.
Why did Java replace C++ in most of the application development?
You need to be specific about the domain. In my desktop Windows and Linux I do not own a single Java application and I have upwards of 1 applications I use. Most of them in C++ C C# and some in Js++ (Electron memory hogs). Most of the AAA games I play are exclusively in C++ the office suite and media players - same and so are the image editors so is the PDF viewer and so are the browsers (Chromium - C++ Firefox - C++ and Rust). The Os kernels are mostly in C and asm I do not even have JVM in my home system On the other hand if you talk about Android the tooling and SDK support exists for Java maybe Kotlin and few other JVM based languages But if I could write aplete application in something like C++ for mobile I definitely would. There are however plenty of Enterprise suites written in Java. Fun part - the JVMs themselves are written often in C++.
What is the most famous or used software ever?
Microsoft Windows. Operating systems count as software and Windows is used by over 1.5 billion users worldwide. Android. Again very very popular among users. More people have smartphones thanputers and Android is the number one mobile OS. Microsoft Office. This is very popular and is found on many business and homeputers. Google Chrome. Being one of the most popular web browsers available for both mobile andputers systems this is not surprising. Google and Microsoft software is the most popular although apps like CCleaner VLC Media Player or WinRAR follow up behind. If you are interested in more click here s . Hope I answered your question.
What are some amazing facts about Google Chrome?
Google are one of those cool techpanies 3 at least to me anyways. On top of offering one of the most widely used and most relied upon tools in the entire world they are also apany that not afraid to try out the more futurist ideas 3 such as self-driving cars Google Glass and wave powered floating server farms 3 to the sometimes seemingly insane ideas 3 such as mapping the moon and throat tattoo microphones (yep those are real).nAside from the cool futuristic stuff though the big G still has a little bit of fun thrown amongst the typical business-as-usual elements of thepany. Over the past decade Google has included fun little features into their most well-know tool 3 the search little features are known as Easter eggs. Fun little activities and quirky features that make the often mundane and second-nature task of looking for things via search a little more entertaining. Below is apilation of Google Easter Eggs and fun features you can do with a simple Google search.n Enjoy. italic n Atari Breakout nThis is one of the best ones to date. Go to your Google Image search and in the name of one of the classic Atari games breakout and you get to play the game using the directional keys of your keyword. Caution this one will eat up a lot of time so don do it in front of the boss.n Tilt nSearching for the word tilt within the search engine will skew your search results at a slight angle. All SERPs are still accessible and the browser defaults to normal upon searching for an additional term. The term askew also performs this feature.n Bacon number nFor almost 2 years now the game of 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon has existed. The game aims to prove that between any two people on earth there are only 6 people or fewer between individual one and Kevin Bacon. Typing Bacon Number followed by any actor you can think of will display their Kevin Bacon number. EG Bacon Number George Clooney.n Do a barrel roll nTyping in thismand into your Google search window will cause your entire search result to spinpletely off the screen and back again.n Google in 1998u232 nMy favourite one. Typing this one will render the Google interface as it existed in 1998. It displays the site courtesy of The Way Back Machine 3 a service that lets you take a glimpse into how sites used to look many years ago.n Zerg rush nAnother really fun one. Typing this one in your Google search window will cause the O in the Google logo to attack your search results. Clicking really fast on the O will cause them to lose strength and disappear. See if you can beat the attacking O before they destroy the entire page.n Kerning nTyping thismand will increase he spacing between the letters in the search results by 1 pixel.n Recursion nYou know when youre going up an escalator and there are mirrors on both sides and it essentially infinite? It a reflection of a reflection of a reflection etc. This is known as recursion. Typing recursion into Google results in Google suggesting that you were actually looking for recursion instead. Click on recursion will result in recursion which in-turn results in recursion which Im sure you get the idea here.n Conway Game of life nThis is a really nerdy one. Conway game of life is a mathematical equation created by mathematician John Horton Conway that simulates cellular automation. You can read more about it here 3 Conway's Game of Life %27s_Game_of_Life 3 but be warned it gets super nerdy really quickly.n Festivus nOne for the Seinfeld fans. Festivus is an alternative to Christmas made popular by George dad (who is actually Ben Stiller dad in real life) in Seinfeld. Festivus is a holiday celebrated by people who dislike themercialization of the Christmas holiday season. Part of the tradition is the Festivus pole a non-decorated metal pole in a stand 3 which is an alternative to a Christmas tree. Typing this result displays the Festivus pole up the entire left-hand side of the search results.n The answer to life the universe and everything nFor fans of The Hitchhikers Ge to the Galaxy 3 which if youre not one then get the hell off my site 3 this search result answers the ultimate question.n Anagram nAn anagram is a word play game that lets you shuffle the letters of a word or set of words to take on an entire new meaning. Typing anagram into Google provides an anagram of anagram 3 nag a ram.n define anagram nSimilar to anagram typing in define anagram provides a results asking you if you actually meant to search for Nerd Fame Again.n Marquee html nTyping this one will display the results found option at the top of the screen as a scrolling marquee. It suitable but still a little bit of fun. n B html nThis one will make the words B and HTML in the description and titles of your search results flicker on and off.n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .n Bonus Fun Things Not exactly Easter eggs but a couple of other features that make searching on Google a little more fun.n The Muppets 3 Swedish Chef search nEver wanted to know what it be like if the Swedish chef from the Muppets was running the Google show instead of Sergey and the team. Then check this one out.n Google s n Klingon search nFor the Star Trek Nerds 3 check out your search results in Klingon. It only a matter of time until this one is on the Big Bang Theory.n Google s n Elmer Fudd search nLooking for a Wascally Wabbit 3 try this onen Google s nCopied from
What is the most user-friendly PDF reader?
Only a limit of capable PDF readers are available on the market for multiple platforms. In every platform (desktop mobile) there are Adobe Acrobat Browsers usually have plugin for opening PDFs but they are not always capable to show all the content (e.g. Chrome PDF plugin print function is bad (out of page) missing certain fields in PDF forms) ordered-list Ubuntu have their own specific PDF viewers (e.g. XPDF preview).
What are the must-have Android/iOS/Windows mobile apps for 'Software Product Managers'?
Cue the flamewar but the answer is don't be on a Mac. While a Mac can absolutely be the right choice for a designer a product manager is too business oriented to be on anything but a PC. (Plus if you're at a bigpany good luck getting IT support for a Mac.) On a PC the must haves are Excel for modelling out your business cases Powerpoint for presenting what you did doing to do Word for writing PRDs Pagers Outlook for the obvious. Outlook has its problems but I haven't personally seen anything better for the enterprise space. Snagit (or something similar) for grabbing screenshots The browser of your choice for research Some way to IM people you work with nAnything else is pretty much gravy though depending on your work style something like Document Scanner for your smartphone can be a nice way to capture information from a whiteboard. And yes I know that Microsoft Office is available on Mac. Unfortunately it doesn't work nearly as well as it does on a PC especially Excel. I'm unwilling to suffer just to get some Mac cred.
Which iPad PDF viewers allow you to edit the title metadata and then send the file to iBooks?
Stanza for iOS is an excellent pdf and ePub reader program that does allow you to edit metadata. I find myself doing this a lot and in fact I use Stanza on iPad as my main pdf reader over iBooks. It also allows you to download pdf files from within the application so rather than follow a to a pdf file from Mobile Safari I usually copy the open Stanza and download the pdf directly into Stanza. On my desktop machine I tend to save pdfs from browser or email attachments to Dropbox. Then on my iPad I open the pdf in Dropbox and save it to Stanza.
What is the best HTML5 eReader around?
Firefox's on is a good HTML5 eReader. It supports .pdf reading and can be installed without git. If you know how to edit the CSS codes there you can style your viewer. The disadvantage here is that there's a problem when copying from documents and not all older and mobile browsers are supported. Edit The select and copy problem mentioned earlier has being improved recently. Google Chrome's pdfium on s s is a HTML5 eReader that has simple user interface and can read and copy .pdf document. The disadvantage here is that to install you need to use git to install.