Over 7, 000 of you voted in our poll querying you as to your mail app of choice. Results and a pretty graph after the jump.
Open Source language aid ‘OpenTeacher’ 2.0 has released its second beta. The self-described ‘easiest way to learn a new language’ tool allows you to ‘enter a list of words in both a known and a […]
If you’re fortunate enough to have a graphics card capable of displaying Plymouth boot splashes then ‘Plymouth Manager’ may just be of interest. Features include: – Enable/disable Plymouth Set splash resolution Fixing errant errors Choosing/creating […]
Adding PPA's via graphical interface just got very easy.
Easily configure the GDM - 'login manager' to the rest of us - with this a simple tool.
'Ease Presentation editor' for the Gnome desktop aims to make presentation creation easy whilst providing all the standard features you'll likely need to create slick, visually impressive presentations. Better yet it has a very neat, animated cluttter-based interface that makes OpenOffice.Org Impress look so Windows 95 in comparison!
The digital painting application myPaint sees a new release full of improved features.
Challenging puzzle game 'Brukkon' has become the second item to go on sale in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
You can never have too much of a good thing, right? That is unless it comes to Linux music players. ‘Pogo’ is the latest weight to sit upon the buckling shelf of native Linux music players - but is it any good?
Display the time in style on your desktop without needing to install entire widget frameworks or mess with complicated conky codes using Cairo-Clock – a themeable, resizable and moveable analogue clock application.
Easily and quickly edit RAW images with RawTherapee - a free multi-platform RAW converter and digital photo processing application. Developed around the premise that a most users’ only need to 'adjust the white balance or brightness of a photo', RawTherapee isn’t loaded with filters, fancy frames or specific editing tools, instead focusing on providing the tools most users actually need.
Free and open-source Live DJ software Mixxx, which is developed by a community of DJ’s, has today released a new and improved version.