The internet is on a boom time with App store centers, software centers and with the arrival of Amazon, the humungous Amazon Store as well. Then there is our own Ubuntu Software Center: slick-looking, well-loaded with software applications but lacking in some key functional features. Making up for the, under-development Ubuntu Software Centre, is […]
Clement Lefebvre, the developer and force behind Linux Mint, continues to find ways to retain the user experience and performance of traditions of Gnome Shell, by forking Gnome 3. Cinnamon is the new desktop environment created around the Gnome 3.2, to give power Gnome Shell users a Gnome 2 like layout and experience. What this […]
Announced by Wildfire games the release of the eighth alpha version of 0 A.D, a free, open-source game of ancient warfare. Codenamed “0 A.D. Haxāmaniš ” ,this alpha debuts the mighty Persian Empire, includes support for both saving games and reconnecting to multiplayer games, a bartering system, improved AI and more.
Just shortly Mozilla has released Firefox 9 according to its rapid release development oscillation. This rapid release has increased concerns about add-on compatibility and revamped interface that is confusing for consistent browser users. Mozilla has already been criticized for its rapid release program particularly in enterprise sector. Nevertheless, there are benefits of rapid release program […]
KDE has housed wonderful applications for the *nix environments for a long time. This list isn’t restricted to any particular type of application, they are selected such that everyone may find at least some of these relevant to their workflow. The selection was made on the basis of features, configurability, ease of use and integration […]
The Firefox 9 has just arrived and Mozilla claims that its latest browser is 36-percent faster than the older version. Along with the new release came patches to Firefox’s six issues and finally a fix to a two-year old security problem on Firefox 3.6. This new release is in line with the new release policy […]
If you are just discovering Pear OS, then you will surprised by its Apple or Mac-like features right from its logo (a bitten pear in white, just like the bitten Apple used by Apple Inc.) to the desktop features.