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Photoshop is one of the most popular image editing proprietary software, with extensive capabilities and a rather un-affordable price! It will be interesting for you to note that most of the Photoshop copies running on thousands of computers are illegal, … Continue reading
Fedora 15 has been released. Some of the many new features include support for Btrfs file system, Indic typing booster, redesigned SELinux troubleshooter, better power management, LibreOffice productivity suite, and, of course, the brand-new GNOME 3 desktop: “GNOME 3 is … Continue reading
SeaMonkey has all the typical features of an all-in-one internet application suite that is the trademark of Mozilla, the House of designer Web Browser makers. Firefox, Thunderbird, Camino, Sunbird and Miro are some of the other famous browsers that are … Continue reading
Mageia RC1 is released! “Mandriva Fork”, This is the last development release before the first stable version of Mageia. This release is mainly about bug fixes and translation updates.
A correspondence between two key people at GNOME has set a flutter, neigh a quake of level 4-5 in the Opensource world. What could termed to be nothing more than routine technical discussions, bordering on being slightly aspiring in nature, … Continue reading
Chromebook; powered with Chrome OS, a web-based operating system, is the most highly anticipated device. Chromebook seeks to revolutionize the way we work with computers today. It will boot quickly in just 8 seconds, will automatically connect to your favorite … Continue reading
Wine 1.3.20 is released, This is a bi-weekly snapshot in the 1.3 unstable series.
Oracle released VirtualBox 4.0.8, a maintenance release of VirtualBox 4.0. It improves stability and fixes regressions. Important bugs were fixed in this release, for 3D support: fixed GNOME 3 rendering under Ubuntu 11.04 and Fedora 15, Mac OS X hosts: … Continue reading
Back in the bygone era of 2001, the CEO Steve Ballmer had claimed that Microsoft was being threatened by a cancer called Linux. Fast track to their interoperability strategy team’s general Manager Paoli (who co-wrote XML) to August 2010 as … Continue reading