No matter how often your friends, family and random geeks on the internet tell you how important backing up is, you may rarely or never do it. I had a very close call the other week when I deleted a partition (a section of my hard drive) with all of my work on it. I luckily had a backup from that morning and could fairly quickly get everything back up and running. If I didn't have that backup, I would of lost years of work that can't easily be replaced.
The majority of time people spend online is mostly often focused towards watching videos. It can be videos of any type, YouTube, Hulu, news, or whatever else is out there. But one flaw that most of these video sites have is, the video is too small or too large. You only have the option to use their default player size or make it full screen. I don't know if other people are like me, but I am always doing something else when watching a video on my computer, so the full screen option is no longer one.
Everyone has their own way of doing things, from ordinary house chores to their "fastest" way to get to work. This always applies to peoples jobs. Now, I don't consider myself a web designer, but it's a job I am forced into since my main line of work is programming websites and software. Instead of having to pay someone every time I come up with a website idea, I just end up designing the sites by myself and in the future I can always hire someone to change it if the site gets popular enough.
Long ago I had the idea to build a Mini Computer, a Mini ITX computer. I knew about the drawbacks of such a computer, including a lower processing speed and usually no option for a dedicated graphics card. Being perfectly fine with these drawbacks, I set my sights and goals on a custom Mini ITX computer that would be energy efficient, fit at least two hard drives and be able to run fast enough for my every day work. I came across the AMD Kabini AM1 processors which support onboard graphics, only consume a maximum of 25 watts, and are fairly fast. Once I had the CPU in my cart the rest came easy.
Postbox is an e-mail client that contains all sorts of methods to organize and view your e-mails. One of the features is assigning messages a Topic, or what most people would call labels or tags. A single message can be assigned to a Topic or multiple topics. You then can view all messages for a specific topic. But the unique feature about Topics is that you can assign a color to the Topic which makes it easy to view messages assigned to a specific topic in the message list. Sadly there is a limited amount of colors you can pick... or is there. Continue reading below to learn how to set custom colors to Labels in Postbox.