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Posts Tagged ‘Gnome’

Features
by Rob Zwetsloot
The final six desktops in our top 10 guide

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Features
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
The first four desktops go head-to-head as we highlight their best features…

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Reviews
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Plasma 5 gets into our desktop guide as we also tell you how to put Linux on Android.

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Distros
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The beta release of third elementary OS out now and is recommended mainly for developers and testers. It includes updates to drivers and the Linux kernel along with GTK 3.12

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Tutorials
by Mihalis Tsuokalos
Learn how to use Octave shell, program basic Octave scripts, functions, packages and much more…

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Reviews
by Gavin Thomas
LXLE updates for the Lubuntu 14.04 LTS release – but can this lightweight distro really keep an aging PC going for two years?

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Distros
Reviews
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Red Hat Enterprise Linux for the masses, the Community Enterprise Operating System has been upgraded with some of the newest features from RHEL

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend

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Distros
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Debian drops GNOME as the default desktop in favour of xfce, however this may not be for good

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Features
by Rob Zwetsloot
The free software desktop has lacked the controlled minimalism and polish of Apple, or even Microsoft, but gains (or suffers) from a plurality of options…

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Individual elements of KDE are being split off into different development cycles, and KDE Workspaces 4.11 will make way for the (temporarily named) Plasma Workspaces 2

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The delayed Plasma Media Centre beta is finally out, upgrading the somewhat lacklustre original outing

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