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NVIDIA Fixes Old Compiz Bug

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Xfce 4.12 Released

46 min 11 sec ago

Live Patching Now Available For Linux

Wednesday 4th of March 2015 05:58:02 PM

Elementary OS: Why We Make You Type "$0"

Wednesday 4th of March 2015 01:58:01 PM

Is Modern Linux Becoming Too Complex?

Tuesday 3rd of March 2015 07:58:01 PM

New Multi-Purpose Backdoor Targets Linux Servers

Tuesday 3rd of March 2015 01:58:01 PM

Xfce 4.12 Released

Sunday 1st of March 2015 01:27:00 PM
motang writes: After two years of hard work (and much to the dismay of naysayers who worried the project has been abandoned), the Xfce team has announced the release of Xfce 4.12. Highlights include improvements to the window switcher dialog, intelligent hiding of the panel, new wallpaper settings, better multi-monitor support, improved power settings, additions to the file manager, and a revamped task manager. Here is a quick tour, the full changelog, and the download page. I have been running it since Xubuntu 15.04 beta 1 was released two days ago. It is much improved over 4.10, and the new additions are great."

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