Category Archives: Software
Amarok2.4 was released last week, this release brings significant performance, usability, and stability improvements, Amarok now has the ability to write your statistics and covers directly to the audio files to keep the information across different devices and should detect … Continue reading
LibreOffice3.3 Final is released! Installation for Ubuntu, LinuxMint, Debian and Fedora included | Linux
The Document Foundation launches today LibreOffice 3.3, this is the first stable of the free office suite developed by the community. According to the announcement, the grown of the number of developer working in the project helped to speed up … Continue reading
VLC 1.1.6 is released, this new released comes with small features and fixing important bugs and a security issues.
Wine 1.3.12 is released, this development release comes with some improvements and bug fixes. Support for multiple icon sizes in winemenubuilder, improvements to the help browser, initial stab at DOSBox integration, Various MSI fixes, Some fixes to the Wine debugger, … Continue reading
Radio Tray 0.6.3 comes with resume parameter, application indicator and user-agent information| Updated
Announced today the release of Radio Tray 0.6.2, this new version comes to fix some bugs and added some new features like the resume parameter to play last radio station, application indicator support, Added user-agent information, Added sleep timer and … Continue reading
This is a nice mock-up for LibreOffice by Pauloop, a deviantart user. This Mock-up is unofficial and was made in Inkscape / Gimp.GTK2 Theme: Atolm by SkiesOfAzel and Native Icons: Faenza-Dark by Raul Vega.
Finally Xfce 4.8 is released, this new release comes with many new features and improvements. Features like remote shares browsing, New file operations progress dialog, eject button for removable devices,the Xfce panel has been totally rewritten in 4.8, New item … Continue reading
GNOME Commander is file manager aimed at people who want a fast and efficient file manager. GNOME Commander can currently perform most common file operations, and will detect changes to files caused by other programs and update its views without … Continue reading