Facebook Video Chat Now Works in Ubuntu without any Plugin

Well, here’s a surprise: Facebook video chat now works in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions out of the box, no plugin or extra download required.

The change, which appears to have come into effect in the past few weeks, sees the social network’s on-site video calling feature switch to a web-based technology that “just works” for users.

Skype-based video calling was introduced to Facebook back in 2011 but required users to install a web-browser plugin to use it. That plugin, based on the archaic NPAPI architecture, was only available for Windows and Mac OS. Linux (and Chromebook) users were left in the shade. Continue reading

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Access Youtube without any Proxy or software via tune.pk chrome extension

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Using proxies is hectic job and proxies also tend to be laggy in some situations. So, if you haven’t figured it out, how to play YouTube videos without proxy or without software(e.g. hotspot, spotflux)? Then here is your chance.

So, without wasting any time, let’s get started:

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Smoothing effect in Google Chrome

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I am a fan of Google Chrome and using it for many years. Last night, I was using using Opera and I like the scroll feature of it very much.
After doing some Research, I come to know that this feature is also available in Google Chrome but is disable as default. It is a good feature and I decided to share with you in a step-by-step basis.

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