Unity 8 Alpha has been released with a nice interface which is very smooth and nice looking. It is not ready for use yet, but if you consider yourself a loyal Ubuntu user and true computer geek, you should give it a try. Exploring is nice, fun and you learn alot. Life is not only […]
For the last couple of weeks I have been testing out Kingsoft Office Alpha 11-patch 2 in the Unixmen office. I have enjoyed my time with it and will in fact be keeping it around for a little while longer yet.
VLC Media Player 2.0.8 has been released. This is a maintenance release that fixes some regressions in the 2.0.x branch. There are also numerous fixes for crashes, dangerous behaviors, ISDB-S tuning and some OS X issues were resolved. According to the announcement: “With faster decoding on multi-core, GPU, and mobile hardware and the ability to open […]
Whats app guys? Do you know about Cinnamon Desktop Environment? Do you know anything about Nemo File Manager? I know that they are official on Ubuntu now. Cinnamon is a desktop environment developed by Linux Mint Team and it is based on GNOME 3. The desktop environment objective is to offer a comfortable and a modern […]
Hello Unixmen readers. It’s been a long time since I have wrote an article for our website. Today we’ll check out one of the best and the most powerful phone operating systems, Android. It’s not just a phone operating system though, it’s like your own very small Linux distribution that you take with you everywhere. […]
There is always new software arriving on my desk, waiting to be tested. Some of it is good and some of it not so good. Some so bad, I refuse to write about. Last week, several of the Staff at Unixmen received a little script called Jai Hind Script. It’s an interesting script. It’s such […]
LibreOffice 4.1 was officially released on July 23, 2013. LibreOffice is an open-source, simple and powerful office suite for Linux, Windows OS and Mac OS users. New Features From the official, LibreOffice 4.1 new features include: Rotate images in Writer in 90 degree increments Send along your fonts with your documents Writer, Calc and Impress now allow embedding […]
I am currently working on a personal programming project. Once completed, the eventual binaries will actually be launched by either running a Python or Perl script. Experimenting with some Perl stuff has given me the chance to review a nice Perl scripting IDE called Padre.
Since Google Reader is now officially closed, we are all searching for the best alternative. We have already written an article about Tiny Tiny RSS Reader, a great alternative for Google Reader. It does a great job as exactly as Google Reader did, so many of us happy with it. Today we are going to […]