Tablets have not been around for more than three years; iPad being introduced in 2010, however they seem to have become an integral component in our daily computing. Tablets are being used for virtually myriad purposes from reading to watching movies, from surfing internet on the go or simply gaming. Ever since tablets have been […]
DoudouLinux has been updated to version 1.2, according to the announcement, the new release comes with some improvements, added support for Finnish, Galician, and Norwegian (Nynorsk), the size of the application launcher icons in the advanced activities of Gondwana is now computed based on screen resolution, internal disk partitions of the computer are now mounted […]
This article is specially formulated for unixmen readers who like to seek out engaging as well as educational software for their kids. In this post, I will review a coloring software “color it by numbers” available here. The software is simple and easy to be used by kids. No formal instructions or guideline is required to […]
Perhaps the most difficult part of providing quality technical support is when you need to assist young minds in mastering the complexities of technology. Today children of all ages use computers and it becomes an essential part of their learning curve that they understand the basics of keeping their system going. This is made easier […]
Qimo is a desktop operating system designed for kids. Based on the open source Ubuntu Linux desktop, Qimo comes pre-installed with educational games for children aged 3 and up. So If you want to teach your children to use Linux from an early age, Qimo is the perfect for your kids. Qimo’s interface has been […]
1075Posted May 31, 2010 by M.el Khamlichi
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