It's FOSS Friday! Today's free and open source program is PeaZip. It's a very intuitive file archive application that is available for Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 32 and 64 bit), Linux and BSD. It's easy to install and the graphical interface is quite nice.
PeaZip provides full archiving and extraction capabilities for the following formats:
PeaZip is able to browse, test and extract the following archive files:
-PET/PUP (Puppy Linux installers)
-RAR (including archives created with new RARv5 standard)
PeaZip is also able to repair archives with FreeArc's ARC. In addition to archiving, it can also be used for browsing files.
Give it a look-see here:
Have you ever tried to work with a piece of electronics and wondered if they tested the design with a panel of inbred monkeys?
I'm working with a phone right now and the touch screen isn't working properly. I think the problem is actually the software rather than a hardware problem, so I want to do a factory reset on it first. It is impossible to do that.
The first step is to completely shut down the phone. Most phones do this with a long press on the power button. This phone does it with a long press on the power button PLUS a screen pull down. If you can't use the touch screen, what are you supposed to do?