Google rolled out a new feature for one of its widely used service, Gmail, which allows users to block email addresses of their choice. Like all its other services services and products, Gmail has a large user base and this missing feature had annoyed users for a long time. The addition of this feature might appear unimportant to some but Google really needed to capitalize on this feature as alternative email services in the market have already had this for years.
The feature does not completely stop the emails from being received as they are directed to the spam folder whenever a user receives email from addresses that are blocked by them. This also means that users can always access these emails and also unblock the sender from the settings.
Before this feature there was something similar which Gmail offered but it was not actually just a click away. Users had to ‘Report spam’ to get the senders blocked and not all email received are spams, there are instances when one needs to block the senders anyway this is when they need such a feature.
The Gmail app for smartphones and tablets has not received the new feature yet, but it will be available there also in a short while. Whereas, the web version of the service however has the feature hidden in the drop-down menu of the reply button and a single click on the block button enables it.
Moreover, Google has announced that the Android version of its Gmail app will now get the ‘Unsubscribe’ feature which was launched for the web version in August. For those who are unaware of the feature, it allows users to opt themselves out of mailing lists to which they subscribed at some point in life and now want to get rid of them with just a single click on the Unsubscribe button.
No news about these features to be added on ioS versions is out yet but we expect the company will not leave that platform out and will soon announce something. Both the features might not seem very significant but we think the company just wants to simplify things more for their users.
1. Goto RUN on your Windowes Machine
2. Execute command "regedit"
3. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> Software -> Classes -> Folder -> Shell
5. Your default value should be Command Prompt Here
6. Create a new key called Command under the Command Prompt key
7. Your default value should be cmd.exe /k pushd %L
That's all you need to do.
Now right click on any folder to open command prompt:
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It is primarily used to power corporate intranets and extranets.
Liferay is sometimes described as a content management framework or a web application framework.
Liferay Portal is Java-based and runs on any computing platform capable of running the Java Runtime Environment
and an application server. Liferay is available bundled with a servlet container such as Apache Tomcat.
Liferay is built using the most popular Enterprise Java development stack these days,
which is Spring on Hibernate. The web side of it uses JSPs and the Struts framework,
which is from the days when Struts was the de facto Java web framework.
is built on the Yahoo YUI user interface library.
Liferay has the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) compared to its competitors starting with its licensing and getting it up and running through development costs, operational costs, and training/support costs (from the perspective of infrastructure, developers, administrators, and end users).
Liferay offers you a full choice of application servers, databases, and operating systems to run on, thereby allowing you to leverage your infrastructure and skills investment.
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It's no secret that the public cloud market has been growing like gangbusters.
Cloud computing (both public and private) will pave the way forward for how companies will deploy new IT services. Lower price points will help those organizations innovate faster, launch new services more quickly, be more responsive to market conditions and evolve their own business models.
Desktop-as-a-Service(DaaS), Metal-as-a-Service(MaaS) and DisasterRecovery-as-a-Service(DRaaS).