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nVidia PowerMizer powersaving/cooling in Linux

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aldeby.org/blog: Driver 169.07 featured some performance enhancements for GeForce 8 series onwards, but above all features the linux port of PowerMizer powersaving feature.

This I call fun

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  • fe and dehtml: This I call fun
  • Tablet Note-taking Made Easy with Xournal
  • A couple of apps to note
  • Phoronix Test Suite 2.2 Further Expands Linux Benchmarking
  • 8 steps for Drupal 8
  • Meet the GIMP: Inkscape and other graphical software

Chromium bookmark sync now cross-platform, lands on Linux

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downloadsquad.com: Jay posted yesterday about the arrival of bookmark sync on Chromium for Mac, and it appears as though Linux users have been invited to the dance as well.

NetworkManager in Mandriva

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MDV

artipc10.vub.ac.be: Already for some time, I experience some annoyances in Mandriva’s wifi configuration tools especially when moving my laptop from one to another location with a different wifi network where I connect to.

Linux: Making Your Desktop Calm

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Linux
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jjinux.blogspot.com: Have you ever noticed that the more you tweak your desktop theme, the more it drives you crazy? I've always sought after the perfect wallpaper. However, the cooler the wallpaper is, the more it drives me crazy.

GwenView ReView - The Linux killer application?

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dedoimedo.com: I do not know who Gwen is or what she looks like, but GwenView looks good and it's a great application. When it comes to working with images, GwenView offers the right balance.

Linux Version of App Store?

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lebokov21.com: Today I read a blog post from the technology section of Canada.com. In the post, the author mentioned about Apple’s App Store in which it is really true that “there’s an App for that”. He was saying that there are over 100,000 applications available on App Store and you can find anything you want. As a Linux user myself, I have to say that Linux users have been enjoying this for a long time.

Software ahead of the curve

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  • Software ahead of the curve: Gwibber 2.0
  • Kopete – The KDE Messenger for Linux
  • FreeOrion Is A Science Fiction Strategy Game

The best Linux collection managers compared

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tuxradar.com: Collecting things is human nature. The things we collect change over time, but the process never stops. That's where collection mangers come in.

Microsoft to ship Linux tools

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Microsoft
Software

tgdaily.com: Proprietary software giant Microsoft is getting into peddling Linux tools. The Redmond outfit has just bought the Teamprise-related assets of SourceGear.

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