When a group of German coders at OpenOffice (belonging to database major, Oracle) finally forked away on Sept28th 2010 there was much for everybody to talk about while Oracle OpenOffice maintained dignified silence. The tussle between a David and Goliath has always been fascinating to watch and the breaking away and regeneration of the minnow […]
Few days ago GhostBSD2.0 beta was released. This release comes with bug fixes and many improvements on the look, feel and the speed. Some of things that were introduced to this new release was the new logo, New live cd file system, and improvements to GDM where there is no more white screens during booting. GhostBSD 2.0 […]
Today, I installed Firefox 4 beta. My very first impression when the new browser opened was “How much like Chrome!” On exploring Firefox 4 beta I found the design and functionality has incredible likeness with Google’s browser Chrome. In this post we will deem at the new features of Firefox and comment on how they […]
Mozilla released Firefox 4 Beta 10. According to a post in Mozilla.dev.planing google Group, Firefox Beta11 is expected before the end of this month (Probably the 31th of this month), while the final release will come before the end of February.
Oracle Openoffice.org 3.3 final is released, this release comes one day after the release of LibreOffice3.3. Openoffice3.3 features, New Custom Properties Handling, embedding of Standard PDF Fonts, New Narrow Font Family, increased Document Protection in Writer and Calc, Automatic Decimals Digits for “General” format in Calc, now openoffice support 1 Million Rows in a Spreadsheet, […]
Announced today the release of the 3rd release condidate of LibreOffice, this release comes with some improvements and bug fix. The Release Candidate 3 is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. You can download Libre office 3.3 RC3 from the download page. For installation instructions in Ubuntu and LinuxMint(Via Offical PPA Launchpad), debian, fedora, […]
Load balancing is a technique to distribute workload evenly across two or more computers, network links, CPUs, hard drives, or other resources, in order to get optimal resource utilization, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload. Using multiple components with load balancing, instead of a single component, may increase reliability through redundancy. The load […]