Content Management with WordPress : A Case Study

We all agree that wordpress is the leading CMS in the arena, the most famous one. But how much it really helps the user to fulfill the purpose : ‘ Manage Contents ! ” .

Well, Lets see, recently I had to create a website in WordPress, nothing fancy or custom requirements, but a simple school website. So there was a purchased theme I had to integrate with contents. All these sounded cool but once I started to do the actual work, I realized a few bits and odds about the WordPress which I will share with in this article.

I am a developer with a basic sense of design layout. So I see the design first, then fill the content into the layout once its finished. So this content has to be free and separated from the design layout. A person who manages the content should not be worried about the design layout tags ( Row, column, padding, margin etc ), hence the content management system serves its purpose. But in this WordPress theme, everything is inside the design itself. I will show you an example.

In modern WordPress Themes, they come with lots of plugins packed. One of the most important plugin is the Visual Composer which is a kind of cool plugin helps the user to drag and drop HTML elements ( like text block, image, wp components etc ). This looks good at first but once you finished, your home page, for example, the Page Editor will show you the source code like this below.

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1461134371794{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_hidden-xs”][stm_spacing lg_spacing=”112px” md_spacing=”112px” sm_spacing=”112px”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1461134371794{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_hidden-sm vc_hidden-xs”][rev_slider_vc alias=”hero”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Those are the Short Codes generated by this Visual Composer. Now what if you want to edit / add content to the page, say in Home page ? well, you have this edit with Visual Composer feature which shows as below.

This is how to add some new content elements to a Page

Now you can see, if you want to edit or add content, then you will need to do it with lots of options, which requires a little more technical knowledge than a normal Content Manager. For a Web Developer as I am, this seems ok, but what if this is for a Normal User ? For example, this school website, there will be a teacher or a school staff is going to manage the contents. Now, they have to learn the WordPress way of managing contents including Row, Padding, animation, margins etc etc.

Look above, we have a plethora of components to be added to a Page / Post as in content, which is good for a Developer/Technical person. This reduces works in code level editing but this is an overkill for the purpose of Content Management System.

The idea of separate the content from design is the backbone of a content management system ( CMS)

But now the content is actually very much strangled inside the design. The Normal User cannot manage the content any more, so the requirement is now doubled.

One can argue that, even in WordPress we can do the old fashioned way to separate content and design. But the complicated structure of WordPress is not at all user friendly for Rapid Dev in that manner. WordPress’s basic structure is built on Posts > Categories | Blog way. Now a Page in WordPress is either a single post content or compilation of various posts, which means, to manage the content in a single page, the user has to edit various posts. Now this issue is overridden by this Visual Composer thing, but the Content is strangled in Design. In addition to these the user who actually manage the content should be aware of all the design elements and its repercussions. One of the advantage of using WordPress is that You Have A Plugin for Every Requirement. But these plugins are third party, may not get updated as with the WordPress versions, which arises another extra responsibility for the content manager, again requires some technical skill.

Considering all these, I prefer and suggest another Content Management System known as ProcessWire to my clients. PW is well designed in a way that to serve the purpose of Separate the Content from Design.

Digital Marketing – Why and How

Digital marketing is considerably less expensive than other marketing methods. Digital marketing makes it easy to comment on issues and controversies that relate to your product or your industry. In this way, you can establish yourself as an authority on such topics, leading readers to trust you, come back for more information, and eventually make a purchase. Specific prices vary based on what you’re doing but ad spend tends to be lower than other forms of marketing. Besides communicating with customers, digital marketing lets you track their activities. You can monitor which ads and types of content they have seen shortly before they make a purchase. There are many forms and uses of high quality digital marketing, including banner ads, email marketing, content marketing, and social media posts. Thus by learning how to creatively market yourself digitally, you open up a wide range of possibilities for future publicity strategies. With digital marketing, you also have the flexibility of testing and stopping poorly performing campaigns in real time. Customers tend to engage more with marketing materials that combine multiple types of content, including photos, video clips, and audio. It is far easier to incorporate all these content types into digital marketing than any other type of publicity – and it is very important. This tells you which marketing methods are most effective, allowing you to refine and improve your strategy. Digital marketing allows you to come off as the industry expert that you are and will instill trust in your business.

Types of Digital marketing :

Social Media Marketing has the power to turn your startup into a profitable brand but you must know how to use it for your business. There are many social media platforms but you need to choose the right platforms for your business. Here are some popular platforms to use:

  • Facebook – Facebook is the most popular social media platform with more than 2 billion users. You can use Facebook for almost any niche or to promote any type of product. It is the cheapest social media platform to promote your business. But the actual cost depends upon some factors such as targeted country, niche, ad type etc.
  • Twitter – Twitter can also help you grow your startup. It is more expensive than Facebook. But it allows you to run different types of ads for various objectives.
  • Instagram – If you have fashion, health, beauty, fitness, modelling, and photography related business, It can be an excellent choice for marketing.
  • LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a platform for professionals. If you have launched a b2b startup business then LinkedIn is a good choice.

Content Marketing is a type of digital marketing that focuses on creating and distributing content for a target audience. The content aims at being valuable, relevant, and (ideally) consistent. Its ultimate goal is to drive a profitable customer action. content marketing includes to update blog posts, videos, podcasts, info graphics, white papers, case studies, ebooks.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of the most important types of digital marketing. By optimizing your content for search engines, you can increase a steady stream of relevant traffic that will only grow over time. SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is the process of getting quality traffic from free, or organic, search results on the search engines (like Google and Bing). Without search engine optimization, people simply won’t be able to find you on the Internet. Some optimization techniques include: researching relevant keywords and including them into your website copy, optimizing your website titles, description and loading speed, building relevant back-links.

Email Marketing : This is one of the most popular types of digital marketing, using email for promoting one’s products or services. But sending unsolicited emails will land you a place in the spam box. They need to be your customers or have opted into receiving your mail.

YouTube Marketing : It is the second largest search engine with over 800 million unique visitors every month. People are today researching about their favorite brands on YouTube. Therefore it becomes crucial for your brand to join the YouTube world and reach consumers in this most popular online environment. YouTube Marketing is a crucial strategy to benefit from the massive shift of the web toward video for both internet marketers and online business owners. The huge traffic received by this platform every day only justifies the fact that YouTube Marketing is a growing trend and a very effective means to reach your target segment.

TikTok Marketing : TikTok is an iOS and Android social media video app for creating and sharing short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. TikTok, with over 500 Million monthly users has surpassed the total download records of Instagram in the first half of its release. TikTok marketing strategy is the talk amongst marketers for its effective tools and technique which are content based and ensure significant growth of the brand in least sponsoring. The app allows its 795 Million international users to create short 15 seconds videos, musical dubsmashes, and many other activities just as social media apps.

Digital Marketing Tools

Google Analytics is a must for any digital marketer looking to scale their business. This free tool shows you all of the important information about your website performance, including audience demographics, popular keywords, actions taken, and more.

Google Analytics is a must for any digital marketer looking to scale their business. This free tool shows you all of the important information about your website performance, including audience demographics, popular keywords, actions taken, and more.

Google Search Console tools and reports help you measure your site’s Search traffic and performance, fix issues, and make your site shine in Google Search results.

Google Keyword Planner lets you know which of your potential keywords pack the biggest punch. See how often your keywords are searched and if that changes over time (especially important for seasonal terms!) You can even find “more like this” for more ideas.

Yoast is a plugin for WordPress that adds extra search engine data to each blog post. This allows Google to easily read your page and increases your chances of ranking higher in search results.

Mailchimp is a simple email marketing software (EMS) which gives you a number of easy options for designing, sending and saving templates of your emails.Mailchimp allows you to easily create newsletters of varying types and then provides simple options for sharing them on social networks such as Twitter or Facebook, making it your own personal platform for publishing your newsletter.

Google Ads is an online advertising platform developed by Google, where advertisers pay to display brief advertisements, service offerings, product listings, video content, and generate mobile application installs within the Google ad network to web users.

If you are interested to start a digital marketing for your business, please contact me

Mageia 7 – how to install Brave, Atom and Telegram

I am sure that many of you remember the coolest Linux Distro Madrake Linux, which left the domain sometime back. It was what Ubuntu is now or better. Anyway, the legacy has been carried by two derivatives of Mandriva : Mageia & OpenMandriva. However Mageia seems more mature and stable than the other sibling, though some of the packages are not available in main repo. Packages likes Brave Web browser, Telegram desktop and Atom Text editors are easy to be installed in Arch/Manjaro or Debian/Ubuntu boxed but not in Mageia. Here you can read how to install Brave web browser, Atom Editor and Telegram Desktop

To install brave web browser, go to their website , and find the instructions for ( Fedora 28+ )
As per the instruction, in your mageia terminal, first be the root,then

# dnf config-manager --add-repo
# rpm --import
# dnf install brave-browser

thats it, Brave web browser is up and running

To install Atom text editor in Mageia 7, below steps to follow

go to and follow commands for Red Hat and CentOS (YUM), or Fedora (DNF)

# rpm –import
# sh -c ‘echo -e “[Atom]\nname=Atom Editor\nbaseurl=\$basearch\nenabled=1\ngpgcheck=0\nrepo_gpgcheck=1\ngpgkey=” > /etc/yum.repos.d/atom.repo’

# dnf install atom

Now you may get an error message which is like this

Error: Transaction check error:
  file /usr/bin/apm from install of atom-1.40.1-0.1.x86_64 conflicts with file from package apmd-3.2.2-37.mga7.x86_64

If you get this error which means, there is a package named apmd ( Advanced Power Management (APM) BIOS utilities for laptops ) which no more usable / valid for modern Laptops because we use UEFI instead of BIOS. So its safe to remove this apmd. The fun fact is this apmd meet this conflict with Atom package only because of its name but there is no connection with features of two. So once you remove apmd

# dnf remove apmd

Now you can run

# dnf install atom

To install Telegram Desktop in Mageia 7 is easy as pie, but for some reasons, I think my ISP ( Reliance Jio) is not loading the Desktop Telegram website I tried many times but no use. So if you are in India, and using Reliance Jio and having this same issue, you can follow below methods.

Download the latest Telegram Desktop, you can get it using this link too. Untar the file and run the telegram desktop from a terminal.

The other method is to use FlatPak but I had some issues with FlatPak installation. The last method is to install Discover ( for KDE) or Gnome-Software ( for GNOME) and you can download the flatpak file for telegram and open with Discover / Gnome-Software.

Using Discover /Gnome-Software, you can install many other third party flatpak apps too

First Impression on Lenovo Ideapad 330 Ryzen 5 Quad Core – (8 GB/1 TB HDD/DOS) 330-15ARR U Laptop

The quantum of technological change over the last two decades was exponential. At the dawn of the 21st century, several middle class households had a dedicated room, often air conditioned, for their brand new computers, running on Windows XP. Some had even displayed them proudly in their living rooms, next to the TV. However, by  the end of the 2000s, these gigantic machines were replaced by compact laptops; and it became inevitable to mention whether one means a laptop or a desktop when they say a computer. Several electronics manufacturers ventured into the manufacturing of laptops; and some at very affordable prices for an average Indian user.  

This is precisely when I too have shifted from my home desktop computer to a laptop. I had been a recent graduate who was on his first job. I bought a Samsung NP Series laptop, and used the same for both my personal and professional purposes. I must be one of the rarest persons who have been using the same laptop for 10 years, until now. For the record, this laptop is still very much in working condition and runs smooth. Nonetheless, it does not have the power and speed for modern programming frameworks and graphics editing. 

This is why I decided it is high time, I upgrade. 

I was looking for a budget laptop that does not compromise on performance. Lenovo Ideapad 330 Ryzen 5 was Meenu’s suggestion. She had researched a lot online on a powerful budget laptop for her use. After a lot of discussions, we decided AMD Ryzen 5 is the solution to our specific scenario. I also quoted “ Laws of Physics are the same for all ”  to encourage her to choose AMD over Intel. . However, she got confused between Asus Vivobook 15 and Lenovo Ideapad 330 (both with similar specs). Upon seeing both the machines, she had a hard time eliminating one to choose the other. She went with Asus , because it was much lighter and compact than the Lenovo, but was not very happy with the sound and keyboard of Asus.

I used Meenu’s Vivobook for a week to experience both the laptop and Ryzen5. It runs fine, and is quite efficient for her requirements.It looks and feels premium with its metallic outer lid. However, it does come preloaded with Windows 10. They don’t have the same machine without preinstalled Windows. It did not appeal to my logic that I pay for something that I would immediately replace. Meaning, I am a FOSS enthusiast, and intend to remain one 🙂 This is also one prime reason why I decided to go with Lenovo Ideapad 330, as it comes with FreeDOS instead of Windows. However, this variant was not available with local vendors, and had very limited availability online as well. By the time, we finally purchased the laptop, the price had gone up to Rs. 32,990(which is almost the same as her Vivobook’s price) from 27,990.  I got some cashbacks on Flipkart when I placed the order. I eagerly waited for the delivery, while I read through almost all possible linux forums and topics on the user experience of this laptop. 

Flipkart delivery was prompt. They packaging was nice. I got the order in just one day’s time. Once the laptop arrived, we unpacked it and inspected for any physical damage or problems. The shipping was satisfactory. The package contained a laptop, power adapter and user manual. Once again, I checked to verify that the product serial no. in the package matches with the laptop. I put it on charging while I prepared for the linux installation. 

All these years, I used only lightweight, resource-efficient distros to compensate my low-end laptop. When it came to choosing the OS for my new laptop, it was almost instinctive that I went with MX Linux. Meenu reminded me that I no longer use that old pentium 4 dual core laptop; and I can afford a full-fledged KDE desktop experience. She insisted that I go with Kubuntu 19.04. 

I was doubtful. I remembered reading many threads about users facing issues to get ubuntu worked on this laptop. I decided to give it a try nonetheless. I downloaded the latest Kubuntu and Rufus to make live usb with EFI support. 

As I turned on the laptop for the first time, it booted with FreeDos. I restarted it with Kubuntu live usb. 

The Installation was not buttery-smooth. On first boot, Kubuntu did not pick up the GUI booting. It was getting stuck in between. So the first fix was to boot with ‘nomodeset’. If you’re reading this, you’re probably someone looking to install linux in your lenovo ideapad 330 and you may have come across the same errors as I did. So here is the fix: 

  1. Press ‘e’ upon grub menu to edit 
  2. Add ‘nomodeset’ after the splash word in boot sentence
  3. Boot

This will fix the booting and the kubuntu will give you option  to install or try. I went with install, but you can always choose to try before installing. I successfully installed the OS on my new laptop and got it working. 

There have been complaints about Touchpad not working, or right click not functional etc etc. But none of this was a problem to me. Both my touchpad and external mouse I have connected seemed to work very well. I assume, the latest Kernel in Kubuntu 19.04 (5.0.0-13-generic) have taken care of these issues. However, the WiFi was missing a few drivers and it did not work at first. I had to google with my usb tethering as I do not have a wired LAN. I recommend to find out the WiFi Adapter details before looking for a fix. My adapter is Realtech RTL8821CE. So I followed the instructions in  this link

After the reboot, everything seemed normal and functional. I checked my wifi and bluetooth. Tested the sound and camera. I am impressed by the Dolby Sound system.

I must say, this laptop, Lenovo Ideapad 330 Ryzen 5 Quad Core – (8 GB/1 TB HDD/DOS) 330-15ARR is a very good one for a budget laptop for  programmers/developers in 2019. 

P.S : Now that we have two machines with similar specs running on AMD Ryzen 5, you can expect a detailed comparison soon.

Digital Divide – Digital Literacy Mission

The term “Digital Divide” refers to the difference between individuals within or outside the families, businesses and geographic areas in various socio-economic levels with regard to both their opportunities in accessing Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and also the use of the internet for multiple purposes. This study investigates the economic, social and political consequences of digital inequalities and also the inequalities caused due to several demographic and socio-graphic profiles of information users. This study considers antecedents, occurrence and consequences of digital divide and includes the barriers of digitization. This study also provides several propositions on the role of libraries to bridge the digital divide in the context of use of internet and computer. It is also tried to explain briefly how libraries can use various digital facilities like mobile phones, wi-fi facility, AIT Technology, JAWs usage etc. to serve its information user in a better way and also can minimize the gap of using digital divides in different levels of the society.

In 2014, the Indian government launched the Digital India initiative, which aimed to boost the country’s physical digital infrastructure, and shift government services online. Broadband would reach 250,000 villages; wi-fi would reach 250,000 schools; and a push would be made towards both universal phone connectivity and universal digital literacy. As of last October, the investments involved totalled a cool US$68 billion. While half of all Indian men have a mobile phone, fewer than one in three women have one.

By 2016, internet penetration was estimated at 29% (with possibly fewer than 2% of households having a fixed internet connection). Look deeper, and you can see the two main features of India’s digital divide.
The ministry of India website provides a digital literacy program –

First is the urban-rural divide: around half of urban households have internet access, far in excess of their compatriots in the countryside.

Second is the gender divide: while half of all Indian men have a mobile phone, fewer than one in three women have one. Plus, in some rural areas, females are banned by community leaders from using mobile phones. This gap between men and women goes much deeper than mobile phone ownership or internet access. In some key areas, women still lag men in India. The Literacy Rate census in 2011 found that the female literacy rate was 65.5%, compared to 80% for men. Almost a quarter of girls have already left school before they even reach puberty. In short, many females are currently still on the wrong side of the digital divide.

It is 2019 now. Fixed broadband subscriptions have gone up from 82,409 users in 2002 to more than 18,733,454 users today, according to World Bank data. Mobile subscriptions, too, have gone up from 13 million in 2002 to more than one billion today. Internet users have gone up from 1.54% to 29.56% of India’s population. Yet, almost 70% of our population is still unconnected. The digital divide is still a plaguing challenge.

Why do you need an E-Commerce website for your business ?

Ecommerce is an ideal way you can take your brand from a traditional brick and mortar store to an innovative, well loved brand. By offering great products 24 hours a day along with online customer service, blogs and social media, no longer is your business one singular store, with an online presence your business can be the home of your products and the general home of your business, allowing you to fully expand your product ranges without having to worry about moving locations or worrying about not being able to expand your business.

What are the advantages of E-Commerce Online ?

  • People are going online, they are leaving the traditional way of shopping from bricks and mortar store and started purchasing online. Hence in order to sell your products and to earn great revenue, you can’t wait for them to come at your store. You have to do what your competitors are already doing by allowing your customers to purchase your offered products and services when and where they want.
  • E-commerce website allows your business to sell you’re offered products and services to your online customers all over the world. These websites break the barrier of the geographical location of the business and offer you a vast spectrum of audience and hence the possibility of better overall sales
  • Every store has certain promotions and are always looking for ways to spread the word about their newest deals. Your eCommerce store is another avenue to market your special promotions. These promotions are also a great way to execute on the first point of this post, collecting email addresses. Visitors to either one of your stores (online and offline) should be exposed to these promotions so they can take advantage of them. Promotions help the business grow shor- term with increased sales and long-term since promotions typically include a sign-up step – giving you the ability to reach out to these people later for repeat business.
  • Many people like to shop online to avoid traveling time and traffic while enjoying the comfort of their own home. Shopping online also gives them the ability to shop when they want; including times that your store is closed. Remember, your eCommerce store is ALWAYS open. Regardless of an individual’s reasons, more and more people are turning online to get shopping done.
  • With good search engine optimisation, your website will appear in the top results of search engines such as Google. Also social media websites like Facebook and Twitter will provide you with a platform to build trust with your customers through reviews and ratings, as well as keeping them informed with regular posts about your products and offers. Keep your customers engaged with competitions and shareable content to drive even more traffic to your website.

Setting up your online store now will give you a competitive edge over those who have not yet embraced the world of eCommerce, in an age where customers are constantly looking for the quickest and easiest ways to purchase what they need while at the same time maintaining a busy lifestyle.

Content Management System : Why do you need it ?

Content Management Systems, also known as a CMS, help organizations and individuals manage, create, and track content — typically just for their website(s) and application(s). This content can take the form of several different media types including, images, video, and written content. Typically, your CMS makes up the backend of your site, which will then push your content to the front-end that your visitor sees.

Reasons To Use A Content Management System (CMS)

  1. Separate the Programming skill from content generation
    Content management systems, like WordPress, were built for users with little to no programming experience. Once your website is fully developed by a web design professional, managing the actual content on your website is simple and easy to learn.Your web content, like images and text, can easily be inserted and uploaded onto specific pages, and styled in a content editor that is similar to Microsoft Word.
  2. Content management systems allow multiple people to not only have access to your website, but also easily collaborate on different projects. Using individual accounts, multiple people can add, edit, or update content on the site right from their own computers or devices. CMS’ also store all of your online content for you in one place and is available to anyone with access to the website, meaning the need to send multiple different files to different individuals is no longer necessary.
  3. Content management systems offer a number of plugins and tools that can help your site rank better in major search engines. This doesn’t mean you should get rid of your online marketing team, but these tools can help implement a basic SEO strategy in an attempt to increase online traffic to your site. Separate the Programming skill from content generation . Content management systems, like WordPress, were built for users with little to no programming experience. Once your website is fully developed by a web design professional, managing the actual content on your website is simple and easy to learn.Your web content, like images and text, can easily be inserted and uploaded onto specific pages, and styled in a content editor that is similar to Microsoft Word.
  4. Website maintenance can be a major expense if you have a static website. Calling a web designer or developer to make frequent changes can add up. Not only is cost a factor, but you will most likely have to wait a few days to see the updates live on your site.

content management systems are also very convenient for people on-the-go. You can login to the back-end of your website from anywhere. All you need is a computer, tablet, or mobile device and an internet connection.

Dynamic Modal Popup content using Bootstrap


You have a website which displays a series of Quotes or Greetings cards. Each of these panel contain unique information to display. Now you need to put this all in a single page, without any redirection to another page. Obviously Bootstrap modal popup is the one will come to your mind. But, you will realize, the JS popups does not update the content without a page refresh. Surely, you can make a work around using clearing JS cache etc, but require further complicated code blocks.

Instead, you can use Bootstrap Modal component – Varying Modal Content

Varying modal content

Have a bunch of buttons that all trigger the same modal with slightly different contents? Use event.relatedTarget and HTML data-* attributes (possibly via jQuery) to vary the contents of the modal depending on which button was clicked.

This is a simple solution for our particular requirement. Surely, we need to feed the dynamic input to data-*attribute. The attribute can be anything, for instance, I call data-itemN where N is the dynamic input we have to produce.

Rest is easy, we normally get a foreach array loop of our content ( quote, greeting message etc) into a DIV Panel , which is inside the Modal Popup content block. Now, for each item, the N will be different for each Modal Block. So you will have N number of Modal Popups sitting behind the curtain, will show up whenever its clicked.

For a working example : see this website :

That website is created with Processwire CMS

MDSeManager is the All-in-one e-partner for your Motor Driving School.

There are plenty of reasons to choose MDSeManager for managing your Driving School. This will definitely organize you business in a structured level, then reduce your effort and increase your efficiency. Thats why we can say MDSeManager is the All-in-one e-partner for your Motor Driving School.

The system has extensive features to fill various requirements for a Motor driving school management.

student-managementManaging Students is the most important and hardful task of the administration in a Motor Driving School. MDSeManager allows simple and effective management of Students in systematic manner. Our system allows all the related operations of Student like- Fee Collection, License & Learners, Packages and more. This module allows you to add and manage your students information with all other relevant information. On your Student profile page, you can find out the learners and driving licenses with it’s expiry in a smart manner with the help of a smart layout. This will completely reduce the manual paper work of you Driving School and can save much more time and money. You can take proper report of your students and can use it for different purposes like- Driving Test, Renewals etc.

learners-managementManage Learners & Driving Licenses
The most important aim of a student joining on a Driving School is to get learners first and prepare for the Driving License. So every driving schools should keep the Learners information and the Date of Driving Test in a proper systematic manner. This module allows you to keep these records in a systematic level to manage them as required. Only thing you have to manage is the proper level of data management in every modules. You can also manage your customer’s licenses for the renewal on every due date of license. This module allows you to keep these records in a systematic level to manage them as required.


accounts-managementIncome Expense Management
Accounting system is the most important part of an organization to track and organize their financial transactions. Our Accounting systems simply track the income and expenses of your Driving School. In the case of Income Management, you can add each of your income by category. Like income its important to track expenses also in an Accounting System. With the proper management of Income and Expenses, we can track the profit from your business. So our system allows you to analyse Income Expense Balance, Financial Analysis and much more to control your financial strategy.


MDSeManager developed and maintained by the leading web development company – Cyberbeams Technologies. Our research team analysed the real world of Motor Driving School and developed each and every modules properly.

Web Browsers Performance – A Benchmark

This is just a personal experience with various web browsers in my Linux Desktop. I run a very old Laptop ( Samsung RV508 ) – [Intel Pentium(R) Dual-Core  + 2GB RAM ]. I use the modest Linux Desktop ( LxQt ) on PCLinuxOS 2018.  Below, I list out the memory usage + CPU utilization of major web browsers.

Mozilla FireFox Quantum Web Browser – 61.0.2( 64bit ) 



Google Chrome – 68.0.3440





Opera Browser  55.0





Iridium Web Browser – 2017.10 ( based on Chromium Source Code  )





Vivaldi Web Browser (1.15.1147.64)



Falkon Web Browser – 3.0.1



Brave Web browser 0.22.21



Apart from these, Opera seems faster than other browsers when I get into production desktop usage such as doing programming, listening music and browsing many many tabs. Google chrome and Firefox  eats my CPU faster than Opera.