My windows 10 installed software

AJA • December 26, 2019


These are my Windows 10 installed software.


Google Chrome my default brower.

FireFox the famous browser.


SyncBackPro A backup software and synchronization utility in the world.

Glary Utilities 5 All-in-one utility for cleaning your PC.


Sweet Home 3D is a free interior design application that helps you draw the plan of your house.

Paint.NET is image and photo editing software for PCs that run Windows


Microsoft Catalog where all Microsoft Windows Update may be found.

SystemResceuCd is a Linux system rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for administrating or repairing your system and data after a crash.




Odin is the most commonly using flashing tool for Samsung smartphones and tabs which is leaked by the Samsung Inc.

Download the lastest

This application will not ask you to install because this is a direct executable application. Execute the application as administrator on your Windows system.

composer create-project --prefer-dist laravel/laravel tailauth
cd tailauth
rm -r /ressources/sass
rm /public/css/app.css
rm /public/js/app.js

# build static files with Jigsaw
mkdir jigsaw
cd jigsaw
composer require tightenco/jigsaw
./vendor/bin/jigsaw init blog

./vendor/bin/jigsaw build

Create tailwind.config.js in base path La benoite to learn more.

// tailwind.config.js
module.exports = {
  theme: {
    extend: {}
  variants: {},
  plugins: []

Create webpack.mix.js in base path

// webpack.mix.js
const mix = require('laravel-mix');


 | Mix Asset Management
 | Mix provides a clean, fluent API for defining some Webpack build steps
 | for your Laravel application. By default, we are compiling the Sass
 | file for the application as well as bundling up all the JS files.

mix.js('resources/js/app.js', 'public/js')
   .postCss('resources/css/app.css', 'public/css')

if (mix.inProduction()) {

Tip: This configuration file is also where you’ll define any "collections" (for example, a collection of the contributors to your site, or a collection of blog posts organized by topic). Check out the official Jigsaw documentation to learn more.

Adding Content

You can write your content using a variety of file types. By default, this starter template expects your content to be located in the source/_posts/ folder.

The top of each content page contains a YAML header that specifies how it should be rendered. The title attribute is used to dynamically generate HTML title and OpenGraph tags for each page. The extends attribute defines which parent Blade layout this content file will render with (e.g. will render with source/_layouts/post.blade.php), and the section attribute defines the Blade "section" that expects this content to be placed into it.

section: content
title: Getting Started
date: 2018-12-25
description: Getting started with the Jigsaw blog starter template
cover_image: /assets/img/post-cover-image-2.png
featured: true

Adding Assets

Any assets that need to be compiled (such as JavaScript, Less, or Sass files) can be added to the source/_assets/ directory, and Laravel Mix will process them when running npm run local or npm run production. The processed assets will be stored in /source/assets/build/ (note there is no underscore on this second assets directory).

Then, when Jigsaw builds your site, the entire /source/assets/ directory containing your built files (and any other directories containing static assets, such as images or fonts, that you choose to store there) will be copied to the destination build folders (build_local, on your local machine).

Files that don't require processing (such as images and fonts) can be added directly to /source/assets/.

Read more about compiling assets in Jigsaw using Laravel Mix.

Building Your Site

Now that you’ve edited your configuration variables and know how to customize your styles and content, let’s build the site.

# build static files with Jigsaw
./vendor/bin/jigsaw build

# compile assets with Laravel Mix
# options: dev, staging, production
npm run dev