In MacOS, we have a default firewall which enable us to block incoming connections from the internet, Is this enough?
Sometimes what we need is to block both incoming and outgoing connections at the same time. How can we do this? It’s now pretty easy. LITTLE SNITCH is a brilliant choice can do it for you.
This is screenshot:
request to download it here:
(please read the instruction carefully before installing)
This is really awesome. We can run multiple programming language in a session. Everything would be looks like this:
(You will need to be signed in by using your Google account, request for file access and wait for my approval, I won’t public it completely as what I did before, So sorry for this inconvenient!)
Some awesome features are available at this time on Opera browser (based on Chromium)
Free VPN: This enable you to access to blocked site in your country.
Built-in ad block: We don’t need to install ad-block extensions anymore.
Some other cool features are the reason I changed my default browser to Opera: Battery saver, cool animated background on speed-dial screen, a very nice left side bar where we can easily access to some great features.
Wait for what? Let’s check it out!
Would you like to have an appearance like this on your IntelliJ IDEA?
(This works fine for both Community and Ultimate version).
Download the JAR file here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0PQXRyV7ZBrSlRxR1lzUURVS1U/view?usp=sharing
How to use?
It’s really easy. Go to “File” -> “Import Settings“, browse and open up the downloaded JAR file.
Restarting IntelliJ IDEA. Enjoy!
I don’t want to say anything too much about this, LibreOffice is the best in my opinion!
Just experience it today! This is a completely FREE and Open-Source software, always available on the most popular operating systems, compatible with latest Microsoft document formats.
Get it here: https://www.libreoffice.org
i’m using Macbook pro retina 15.4″ (2015), sometime I need to change the resolution to make more convenient for my works (I need more space on the screen while coding, but it seems useless when I browsing on the internet). I normally change them by this way: Go to System preferences -> Display, and then choose a resolution.
I want to change it faster, and finally I found this one (QuickRes)
You can choose your favourite resolutions and divide it into three separate profiles, you can also set shortcut keys to have a fast switching between them.
It’s really amazing and work well on my machine (Mac OS 10.11)
Try it out!