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When surfing the Internet, you may come to this question: “How to open fb2?”. But really, why open such an outstanding format?
Well, let’s take turns.
FictionBook – a format for representing electronic versions of books in the form of XML documents, where each element of the book is described by its own tags. The standard is designed to provide compatibility with any device and format. XML makes it easy to create documents that are ready for immediate use and software processing (conversion, storage, management) in absolutely any environment. The main goal of supporters of storing books in the FictionBook format is to clearly store the structure of the book with the ability to easily convert (including automated) a FictionBook format file to other popular formats: rtf, rb, isilo3.pdb, etc. Continue reading
Recently, electronic books in the DjVu format have been very popular. Files in this format are generally smaller in size than PDF extension documents. The djvu format is widely used on the web. Many books, magazines on the Internet are contained in this format. However, PDF viewers do not support DjVu, which is why you have to work with two different programs at once.
The situation when it is impossible to view files with the djvu extension indicates that a program is not installed on the computer to view this format. As a rule, this problem is encountered by inexperienced users who first downloaded an e-book in the Internet library or received a djvu document by e-mail. Continue reading
It happens that you need to write the operating system (for example, Windows 7) to disk. After all, the operating system should always be in the home disk collection, because The operating system must be reinstalled periodically. So many users don’t know how to do this and ask themselves this question: “How to burn windows to disk.”
Actually, it is not difficult to write the operating system to the disk correctly, but many out of inexperience make mistakes that put the disc into a disk that is not suitable for installing the OS from it. Continue reading