Category Archives: Software
LibreOffice, the famous office suite, can be improved further- thanks to the countless number of templates and extensions. These goodies are available for download and users can enhance the functionality of the suite to tailor it according to their needs. … 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
WikiLeaks and the recent Egyptian political revolution are two great examples of what Anonymity software can do. Tor is a unique virtual tunnels network, which ensures online activities and location remains undetected.
Have you ever wondered when would Chrome finally surpass the usage share of Microsoft Internet Explorer? Or when will Chrome exceed the usage share of Mozilla Firefox? At what instant of time will Chrome become the ultimate browser with (approx) … Continue reading
And the very first contender of Adobe Flash Player 11 is here- finally available for us to download. Flash 11 offers NVidia VDPAU, 64 bit support, Broadcom Crystal High Def acceleration, along with a number of cool technical features for … Continue reading
Mozilla, the developers of popular open source software have moved the release of their email product, Thunderbird to coincide with rapid-release-cycle of its most popular browser, Firefox. The final release of Thunderbird 7 is scheduled for September 27 and will … Continue reading
Ubuntu based multimedia software Dream Studio announced the laest release 11.04. As with other Ubuntu distros, Dream Studio release follows the latest Ubuntu release, this summer Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal, and includes new changes for the new Unity environment.
The latest edition of Ubuntu App Developer Week is to be held from 5th September to 9th September 2011. Says David Planella, the Ubuntu Translations Coordinator (UTC) in the Community Team, the goal of The Week is to make Ubuntu … Continue reading