Announced today the release of LibreOffice 3.5.4, according to the announcement,” this release offers significant performance improvements over the previous versions of the product, which are the combined result of the many code optimizations executed during the last months and the bug and regression chasing activity performed regularly by volunteers and developers. As a result, […]
Windows doesn’t live up to its mainstream usage requirements, especially in the security sector that Microsoft offers few and obsolete tools with which you can do very little in case you need to save the day (and your data).
Your productivity with a smartphone is primarily reliant on your smartphone’s browser, as most of the tasks on a smartphone are done in your mobile’s browser. This makes job of mobile browsers even more though; after all it’s not about simply rendering webpages, it’s about delivering a cost-effective, smooth internet browsing experience at its best.
Wine is a free and open source application that allows users to run Windows software on other operating systems. Wine is always under heavy development with the team preparing one release every 2 weeks. Yesterday, the founder and current leader of the project Alexandre Julliard, announced the availability of version 1.5.5 that brings some important […]
Sound is one of those portions of the Linux operating system that is often unappreciated and not even given a second thought. When examined from a technical perspective, the sound frameworks and architectures used within Linux are quite fascinating.
LinuxMint13 “Maya” has been released, according to the announcement, the new release is available in two editions that represent a good alternatives to Gnome2 users , a stable and mature MATE 1.2 desktop and the brand new modern-looking and exciting Cinnamon 1.4. LinuxMint13 is an LTS release and it will be supported until April 2017.
“When Apache foundation released OpenOffice 3.4, many people wondered what is the point of OpenOffice existence, and what is, or what should be the current relation with LibreOffice. Unixmen came in contact with the people behind the project, and did an attempt to answer these questions through an interview with Rob Weir.