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Ubuntu 15.10 'Wily Werewolf' Beta 1 Is Now Available To Download

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The first beta releases of Ubuntu 15.10 'Wily Werewolf' have been released. Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu are taking part in the beta releases. These Beta releases include new features and a glimpse of the final 15.10 release. Let's see briefly what's new in Ubuntu 15.10 Beta 1.

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Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) 2015 Released, Amazing Development By Team, Install/Upgrade XDM 2015 In Ubuntu Linux Or Derivatives

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Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) 2015 Released

Xtreme Download Manager is a free and open source download manager. XDM is cross-platform and is available for Linux, Windows and Mac. The new version has just been released with amazing changes to it. Specially XDM look has completely changed. I bet you'll be amazed watching development of the team. Let's see what's new in this release!

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RapidDisk 3.2 Now Available.

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RapidDisk and RapidCache are a collection of Linux RAM drive and block level RAM caching modules. It is designed to achieve high performance without the need of acquiring new hardware.

I would like to announce the release of version 3.2. The Changelog is as follows.

  • Replaced procfs management to sysfs.
  • Identified & corrected a couple of memory leaks.

Atom 1.0.7 Released, Text Editor Made For Developers

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A text editor is always the best friend of any developer. Every developer passes most of his/her time programming with text editor. So that text editor has to be unique and friendly at the same time. Then I rememberAtom, one of the most handy text editors. The latest version Atom 1.0.7 released recently with some tweaks into find & replace.  
 

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