Ext2Read is a free tool, which solves the problem of accessing ext4 partitions from within windows.It is a standalone tool and does not install any driver on your computer.You can carry this tool in your USB Flash Drive and access ext2/3/4 files on any computer without worrying about installing drivers and restarting the computer.
Recently my cousin bought a new laptop – Dell Inspiron 14r with Windows 7 Home Basic x64.I went to her house to install Ubuntu on her laptop.Unfortunately installing Ubuntu on a Dell Inspiron 14r was a big challenge.The grub2 menu and the wired/wireless drivers caused a lot of problems.It took almost 3 hours to install and get Ubuntu running smoothly.
On Certain Computers running Ubuntu the sound volume is very low in spite of increasing the volume to the maximum.You can barely hear dialogues in movies and you cannot enjoy music on such computers.
This low volume problem can be easily fixed by increasing the volume from the terminal.
Till today I have never been able to spread Ubuntu among my friends successfully.(I live in Bangalore and all my friends are Bangaloreans and Bangalore is known as the IT Capital of India.)Even though I installed Ubuntu for all my friends none of them actually used Ubuntu for more than a week.Some of them removed Ubuntu and flatly refused to use it again in future.Some of them used it occasionally to download stuff from torrents […]