Posts Tagged ‘beta’
OpenSUSE 13.1 is now in Beta, organise your Beta Pizza Party now to help test out the latest version of openSUSE
OpenSUSE 13.1 M4 is the fourth and final milestone release before the start of beta testing. Test out and help improve the next openSUSE today
Is this beta for one of the best community run distros around a good indicator for the full release, or a serious work in progress like last year?
Fedora 17 ‘Beefy Miracle’ hits Beta, showcasing the next version of Fedora, as well as the future of open source software. Rob Zwetsloot takes it for a spin…
Fedora 17’s Beefy Miracle finally hits Beta, after a two-week delay to the original release. The Beta includes GNOME 3.4, GIMP 2.8, and Linux Kernel 3.3
Mageia is nearly in its second iteration, and the Mandriva fork has gone a long way to establish its own identity while retaining the best bits
Canonical pushes Ubuntu 12.04 into its last stages of testing and gives users a first peak at the much-discussed Head-Up Display two months ahead of release.
OS X inspired distro plagued by installation and boot time issues
Popular Mandriva based derivative enters Beta testing for second major release
The latest beta release of Pardus Linux sports a slew of tweaks and under-the-hood improvements. But does the new release make the distro a viable alternative to the Ubuntus and Fedoras of this world? Dmitri Popov investigates…
Firefox is catching up to Internet Explorer in terms of market share, having already passed it in features years ago, but Google Chrome is nipping at its heels. Can Firefox 4 restore its glory?
In today’s Fedora 14 beta review, Dmitri Popov uncovers a slew of under-the-hood improvements and the inclusion of new development tools that will please power users and developers alike…