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Canonical has finally launched its long awaited Windows client, giving Ubuntu users a simple way to share their files hosted on the cloud service of their company. As the Windows client emerges among users, it answers to a questioned weakness … Continue reading
With the much-awaited Oneiric Ocelot, Ubuntu 11.10 finally released, the anticipation to install and work with it is quiet palatable in Ubuntu world. True to their community, the Ubuntu developers have integrated the best of open source capabilities with high … Continue reading
Install Ubuntu 11.10 with these steps Ubuntu 11.10 is now available for download and there is nothing more exciting and fascinating about getting elbow-deep into launching the new version on our desktops. If you’ve been following the updates we … Continue reading
The last week of September, saw the release of Gnome 3.2 and work will now begin on its next version Gnome 3.4. GNOME, the desktop environment, which went in for major overhaul with its version 3.0 is continuing to introduce … Continue reading
Ubuntu Tweak 0.6 beta has been released, the new beta release comes with a New UI, New clips feature: first screen information, All features are plug-able, Package Cleaner becomes a new major part feature as tbe “Janitor”.
Yes, Mozilla’s Firefox is the best browser to date. However, there are certain inherent browser features that are lacking, which third party developers offer. The Tab Mix Plus is one such add-on that helps in deriving features and functional capabilities, … Continue reading
Yes, LibreOffice did fork away from OpenOffice in September of 2010. Open Office, then was the default standard in office suites for open source software and had a large user-base. Besides, it was a strong contender against proprietary software such … Continue reading