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YouTube Music doesn’t provide any option to control video quality. There exists a feature which helps you change the streaming quality of audio, but I think it’s useless. Moreover, the video quality is gets automatically adjusted depending upon your connection speed.
With the help of
vnstat, I monitored the data usage of YouTube Music’s initial load in Chrome’s Guest Session. Continue reading
For some reasons, I still use Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I’m not attached to it, and neither I get myself into the arguments related to Windows vs Linux.
To be honest, I don’t have much time to try the new OS(s). I miss the old days when I could test multiple distros of Linux in a day and still feel the hunger of trying more. Those were the days.
Anyway, I chose Ubuntu as my distro for the sake of stability. Continue reading
Most of the time, when you start working with Git, you find it confusing, and the first question you ask is “How do I push commits using the command line?”
Leaving the motivational lines and philosophy aside, let’s start working on it and finish things in five minutes. Continue reading
There is a reason I’m writing this post.
On Quora, there was a question – “What are some awesome things Python can do?”, I wrote an answer which wasn’t attractive at all. I failed to write an awesome answer. I went deep and wrote about the thing which I did using Python.
Selenium Python bindings provides a simple API to write functional/acceptance tests using Selenium WebDriver. Through Selenium Python API you can access all functionalities of Selenium WebDriver in an intuitive way. Continue reading
If you are a programmer and you are still using Bluefish or any other other Text Editor, then you are doing absolutely nothing wrong, but you should try new text editors too.
Maybe you’ll not like most of the text editors, but installing Sublime Text ( a Text Editor ) can help you in making coding fun. Continue reading