Recently Google announced the Android 8.0 Oreo with Google’s Pixel and Nexus devices getting the initial updates. One’s who own other Android devices it’s just a mystery as to when Oreo will come on their devices.
There’s no need to worry. Developers have figured out a way to get Oreo Launcher on any Android device with NoRoot required.
1: Allow Installation from Unknown Sources (Settings->Security->Unknown Sources)
2: Go to GitHub page at this link. Search for the Rootless Pixel Launcher 2.1 and then click on Launcher3-aosp-debug.apk and download it
3: Once the launcher is installed , make the Launcher3 as your default launcher and allow the notification access when prompted.
1: For Uninstalling go to
Settings–>Apps->Launcher3 and click on the uninstall button.
If you are a blogger or running a website then you must be knowing the importance of reducing the page load time. In turn to achieve this the first thing we look at is reducing the image size. But as we try to re-size or convert this images the visual quality of the image is also compromised. There are very few free tools available which we can use to reduce the size of image without much affecting the visual quality of it.
Caesium is one such open source software which uses loss-less image compression technology to reduce the image size. Even the users who are looking to save some precious hard disk space can be benefited by using this tool. You can see some of its samples over here.
This tool is really easy to use. One can select individual pictures or batch upload them and compress them altogether. Processing time is negligible compared to other image processing tools. This is an open source application so you can download and use it for free. You can select to download the Windows installer and install it on your system just like any other application or you can use the portable version to carry it with you wherever you go. Choice is yours 😉
Copying files and folders is easy in Windows but when it comes to copying file paths with file name, it is not that user friendly. You will have to first copy the path, paste it somewhere and then append the file name to it, not so efficient..right? Those who have to deal with file paths more often would find it really irritating, specially developers and web designers.
Path Copy Copy is a small open source tool which can come handy in such situations. This small shell application will allow you to quickly copy the file path to clipboard using right click->PathCopy->Copy path and then you can paste it anywhere using ctrl + v.
It also supports multiple path formats like short name, long name, short path, long path, web path, unix path and many other (Read more about it from here). You can enable or disable the formats from settings as per your needs. And if the path format you need is not available then you can create your custom command as well and that is something cool if you are working in different environments where path formats are different. For e.g linux machines support forward slashes (/) whereas Windows uses backward slashes (\). So in such scenarios you can customize the output as per your needs.
- Any latest Windows OS , Windows XP SP2 minimum
- .NET Framework 2.0
You can download this small free tool from the link below.