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Posts Tagged ‘Windows’

Features
by Simon Brew
When a big store is selling a support package because you’ve ‘chosen’ Windows 8, then there’s surely a huge problem, argues Simon

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Features
by Richard Hillesley
Samba began life as ‘a bit of a hack’ and became the route for taking free software into the enterprise. Richard Hillesley tells the story…

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Distros
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Pre-release version of Zorin OS 7 Core available for testing, the RC including Linux Kernel 3.8 and an overhauled graphical interface

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Programming
Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Build and run windows apps without using Windows

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Features
Reviews
by Simon Brew
Has Windows 8 been designed to hold people back rather than push them forward?, wonders Simon

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Winux? Lindows? Whatever you want to call it, Zorin OS 6 is out, and again puts a coat of Windows paint on top of Ubuntu

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Reviews
by Simon Brew
The software ecosystem has interesting tentacles, says Simon Brew, as he investigates the trend of selling icons onto increasingly bloated Windows computers…

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Tutorials
Posted by Russell Barnes
Sometimes using Windows applications is unavoidable, so in this tutorial we will make use of Wine to show you how to run Windows applications seamlessly within Linux…

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Reviews
by Russell Barnes
We can reveal today that Ubuntu One, Canonical’s cloud storage solution, will be updated in Maverick Meerkat to include Windows, Android & iPhone syncing and music streaming…

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