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Hi today I'll be showing you how to change your default PDF viewer in Mozilla Firefox the PDF viewer that your browser uses will affect how PDF files that you want to open through the Internet will look like and how they function sometimes using your browser's native PDF viewer instead of a more traditional program like Adobe Reader can cause certain PDF files to not open you may be presented with a page that says please update your version of Adobe Reader in order to view this file this actually may not have anything to do with your version of Adobe Reader because it's actually your browser's PDF viewer that is trying to open it and not Adobe Reader so let me show you how to change your browser's PDF viewer well go ahead and double-click to open Mozilla Firefox and the first thing I want to do is actually show you what a PDF opening and Firefox is native PDF viewer looks like so in this Google search bar I would just type in sample PDF and I'll go to the first result which are some sample test questions for an AC t-test and so once it loads I'll see that this is not Adobe Reader it looks quite different I have a different looking tool bar here most of the functions that would want are present but it is definitely a different piece of software and so this is how Firefox previews PDFs itself and this will be your default option if you have not changed anything so now let me hit the back button just to go back to the search results now I will open up the menu in Firefox by clicking on the three parallel lines in the right corner and then everyone should have an options button it might be in a different spot for you depending on how you've organized things but once you open the options you want to go and enter the application section you might be in the general tab initially but go ahead and open applications not at the very top but a little ways down in the content-type column you should see Portable Document format and now we will change the action that occurs so by default you have preview in Firefox if we open up this drop-down list we're actually presented with several different ways to take action on this document type so we can move away from preview in Firefox and actually have it ask us every time this could become a hassle every time you want to open a PDF so let's actually see what Adobe Acrobat in Firefox will look like so we'll choose that option and click OK and now I will reopen that same PDF now I actually see that Firefox is blocking Adobe Acrobat which is now the PDF viewer so I have to activate it here and I can say go ahead and remember that so.

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Can Linux become an everyday system like OS X or Windows?
A couple years ago I decided that I was going to go down the Linux is my only desktop road. So before I jumped fully in I installed Ubuntu in a virtual machine on my Mac and tried to run it exclusively for everything. Email entertainment etc. It was aplete bust. I was extremely used to the conveniences that OSX provides. There wasn shit out there for email clients that also integrated with a calendar. There were a lot of options but they all sucked bad. I spent HOURS trying to get things set up like I wanted which admittedly was what I was used to on the OSX clients. And just stop it before you say just use the browser for gmail and calendarit doesn work for me and I hate their interface. Oh and install a printer or any other peripheral? Pffftget ready to search and search for obscure drivers that you have to COMPILE and may just never work. And if you need to use the microsoft office suite youre just SOL. Open office is fine if everyone else uses open office otherwise youre screwed. I LOVE Linux. I really do. Ive developed on Linux for almost 2 years and am pretty handy at administering servers if I do say so myself. But as an everyday system? Forget about it. Not even close unless you adjust your expectations and have a ton of time on your hands. I remember hearing people say that Linux has finally be a full fledged system that can replace Windows 1+ YEARS AGO. It wasn then and it not now (at least for me). Will it ever? Im not sure and I don really think I care that much. Can it ever? Sure as long as someone puts a ton of support and money behind it. If youre a casual user who only browses the internet and checks your email account sure it fine i.e. chromebook. But need to do anything more than that? Good luck!!
Is there really no websites or apps which will let me convert an entire website to PDF?
There are so many. You can print the whole webpage by printing the webpages to PDF just clicking Ctrl + P then choose a printer. Try the online PDF. There are so many in the market. ordered-list
Can you open an Adobe Acrobat PDF file in another PDF file viewer?
Absolutely. PDF is an ISO standard and Adobe as its creators make the mostpliant PDFs that can be opened by any reader that claims PDF support. Provided that your file doesn't use advanced features like 3D GIS multimedia that some simpler viewers may not recognise.
What are the Ubuntu applications we should keep in our PC if we are using Ubuntu 18.04?
Partition Manager 3 Gparted Online music-Spotify Code Editor 3 Atom Video Editing Software 3 Kdenlive Music Player 3 Audacious PDF Editor 3 LibreOffice Draw Rambox - basically all in one chat app Oracle virtual machine handbrake-excellent video converter and many more ordered-list
Is there any software for programming in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML and jQuery?
Coming from Microsoft you have a couple of options. You can use Visual Studio Code for instance which is cross platform and that has lots of plugins to support all kinds of development. Another option is Microsoft Visual Studio which is theplete package for development (focusing on the .NET Framework). There is a free Community Edition which is very good and only missing very few of the functions of the higher editions. You can use it for all the things you mentioned and in addition you can write andpile code in for instance C# and F#. Aside from Microsoft products I suppose you can also use editors like Atom or Sublime. They are also very good. Also I would like to mention Brackets which is also a very nice editor. That just a few. There are many many more.
After building a brand new high-end Windows 10 gaming/work PC, what software do you install?
Hi here are some of my programs that I installed as soon as I got my newputer (I have included s to all of the relevant programs) Gaming related Steam s - where I download most of my games and where I used to keep in touch with my gaming friends before I got Discord (theme used here Metro for Steam ) Discord s - where I organise to play with my friends and where we speak to each other over voice chat while gaming HWINFO s - a little program for monitoring my system temperature. Since I have a laptop this is pretty useful and so I have put my CPU temperature and battery percentage on my taskbar GeForce Experience s - since I have an NVIDIA graphics card I use this program to keep my drivers up to date and to tweak the visuals of my games Work related Mozilla Firefox s - is my go to browser pretty good at handling tens of tabs and good performance especially since Firefox Quantum Office 216 s - paid but unfortunately it fairly standard for editing and creating documents PDF-XChange Editor s - a great PDF viewer most features are free including OCR! Visual Studio Code s - my IDE for Python and other web development includes syntax highlighting and has a huge selection of addons and themes GitHub Desktop s - great for keeping track of my coding and for collaborating with my friends Other useful programs Chocolatey s - amand line package manager for Windows (like apt-get on Linux) helpful for keeping my programs up to date in onemand TranslucentTB s - if you were wondering this is how I make my taskbar look as it does this program blurs the desktop wallpaper with my taskbar TileIconifier s - fairly unnecessary but I like to customise things and this allows me to create tiles for my start menu for programs that don have one VLC s - a versatile video player Notepad++ s - much better than the built in one KeePassXC s - a nicer version of KeePass (a password manager and generator) Everything - super fast system wide file search bined with Wox ) I hope you find this useful don hesitate to ask if you have any questions! And more importantly have fun with your new hardware!