Is there any software that keeps track of the content of USB Devices I connect to my System? I have several (~15) USB-Sticks and I can't remember were I put certain files/pictures etc. Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.
Is there a way to do this? We have a standalone system and backup/ import files via USB thumb drives and other storage devices. I would like to track/log what files or programs have been accessed and copied to the USB drives. The OS on the computer is Windows 7 Pro.
Samsung introduced S Health last year on the Galaxy S 4. so it’s no surprise that it showed up on the Galaxy S 5. The difference this year isn’t so much the app, but the marketing behind it. This year, health and fitness is a big part of the Galaxy S 5 since it also works in conjunction with the Gear devices.
Who’s running Ubuntu — and why? You can find the answers in our WorksWithU 1000 survey and associated research report — which will ultimately track 1000 businesses, schools, government agencies and non-profit organizations running Ubuntu servers, desktops and mobile devices. Here’s some background.
As a small-business owner myself, keeping track of expenditures and invoices can be a thoroughly maddening task. Without programs like QuickBooks, many of us would be completely lost trying to keep track of everything ourselves, or completely broke hiring someone else to keep track of them for us.
I have a Nexus 5 and I'm trying to find out if it is possible to play only certain sections of music files instead of the whole track.
For example, if I want to skip the first 30 seconds, is there any setting I can change for the file or in the music player so that whenever I play that track, it automatically skips the first 30 seconds?