Is there an OSX analogue to FoxIt Secure PDF Reader?
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What are the special tasks that a MAC can do but PC cannot?
There are a few useful things that others have mentioned most things especially that typical home users would do there is little difference in feature lists although implementation is different. renaming open files and it not breaking. shortcuts (alias) staying ed when the original file is moved (as long as it on the same logical partition) Automator - GUI tool to automate tasks (AppleScript is the pure version - which windows has scripting abilities - and some are more powerful in what Windows allows access to but not GUI drag & drop style like Automator that Ive seen - Maybe there is a good 3rd party tool for Windows that does this out there) Accessibility - Windows is improving fairly quickly here - but some built in features are still pay-for add-ons in Windows. The way the Trash works vs Recycling bin I find generally better but I can see some people liking the recycling automatically of older files when it gets over a certain size. (Thinks like folder structures being retained in the Mac trash makes moving things back if accidentally trashed a bit nicer - and nothing gets deleted unless the user empties the trash) and at least a couple more typical user ones Im sure Im forgetting For me as a tech the the ones I use most often are - in no particular order PDF handling - built in reading and creation - anything that you can print you can save to PDF instead if desired (possible in Windows with pay-for software) target disk mode (hold down T just after pressing power button) - the Mac then essentially bes a big expensive hard drive enclosure - connect it to another Mac via cable (thunderbolt now used to be FireWire when originally introduced) and can access the drive in the Mac started in target disk mode as if it was internal - can even boot a different Mac from such connected disks (as long as the OS on the Target Disk Mode drive supports the connected Mac) can boot from almost any kind of connected disk as long as it has an OS on it - Internal USB Thunderbolt SD card FireWire. (Maybe this is more of a 3.5) Preferences files - may not bepletely unique - but if it does happen in PC apps it would be specific to particular ones. On a Mac each app or proces has its own preference file if the file doesn exist the app will create one with default settings. This is extremely useful in troubleshooting - if an app is not starting up crashing or similar - move the Preferences file to desktop and try it again many times this can work around the issue if it doesn resolve the issue then return the file to its original location. (Windows - the OS and many things use the monolithic Registry to hold similar things) Network Profiles - can have different network settings for each profile - static IP DNS proxy and more (like home vs work vs on the road) - The Windows 1 Network Profile is not the same - although is useful for protecting users. Scroll background window without changing focus - another one Im amazed I forgot when I originally wrote this - as I do use this daily. Especially when writing documentation or creating purchase orders - so actively typing into a document of some sort - move cursor over background window and use the scrolling ability of mouse or trackpad to cause the background window to scroll up or down to read additional information that wasn visible. I believe this is possible in some of the Linux UI - but may require changing options so it doesn change the window focus - Im sure that someone out there has created an add-on for Windows to allow this ability as well. ordered-list One of the things that can be frustrating from Macs on mixed networks is .DS_Store files and network shares. Also recent macOS versions seem optimised for SSDs - so trying to run them on HDDs can be painful - but I found Windows from XP and on benefited more from going to SSD than MacOS did and I rmend it for all Mac users ) (I consider it essential for Windows) Edit 1 (April 28th 218) - added Command-drag background windows and scroll background window without changing focus
Is there any app for mobile to write and run Java?
Hey hello Top 9 Android Apps and IDE for Java Coders and Programmers Coding on a Android Tablet or Smartphone Recently at IDR solutions my colleagues have spent a lot of time travelling to different conferences such as Oracle code s one and Dev fest. One of thets my colleagues have is the amount of luggage they have to carry especially when they still want to work on code for our java PDF Viewer and SDK PDF to HTML converter and a jva s 16 3 Hopefully this ge as given you some useful ideas of what editors and IDEs you can use if you are on the go and also gives you a bigger insight into what your Android phone can do in terms of coding