techradar.com: The advent of digital has meant that people generally take as many pictures of the same thing as they can, resulting in a glut of similar images. Good software can help sift the keepers from the ones that belong in the trash, by displaying quality thumbnails and keeping track of sources.
- Linux Mint 9 LXDE RC released
- New openSUSE KDE 4.5 Beta 1 snapshot available
- Fedora 13 Xfce Spin…get it while it’s hot!
linuxmint.com: A new version of the Software Manager is available in the repository. You can use the Update Manager to upgrade to it.
news.cnet.com: Opera, ever scrappy in its effort to promote its browser against competitors from larger rivals, is poking fun at Google's recent video boasting at the speed of its Chrome browser.
openbytes.wordpress: I don’t know about anyone else, but over the years, Ive collected numerous video files, from trailers to tutorials, from “jokes” my friends have created to family events, which are dull to everyone but family members.
h-online.com: More than six months after the release of KOffice 2.1, the KOffice developers have announced the release of version 2.2 of their open source office suite.
makeuseof.com: Perhaps the best part of using Linux is the massive amount of free software you have access to. Yet for some this isn’t enough. Happily, it’s not all you have access to.
- Mozilla trying to build VP8 into HTML5 video
- VLC 1.1.0 Release Candidate supports WebM / VP8
- WebM - The New Open Source Codec on the Block
maketecheasier.com: Today we’ll compare three of the better known launchers for Linux – Launchy, GNOME Do, and Kupfer. While they all have roughly the same function, each has a different take on how it should be done, and the configuration capabilities vary greatly from one to the next. Here, you’ll see what makes each one unique.
ghacks.net: Continuing with our look into OpenSuSE, we examine YaST. One of the best things going for OpenSuSE (and SuSE as well) is their take on the tried and true “control panal” YaST. YaST is, quite literally, a one-stop-shop for configuring Linux.