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Last week Weather-Indicator project member Cullen shared his favourite five images from the Ubuntu Artwork Flickr Pool (where users can submit photos, a dozen or so of which will make it into the default installation […]
Windows converts will find that many of their favourite applications are already available on Linux; Skype, Firefox, Google Chrome, VLC, etc but there are many Windows staples that don’t have Linux ports. The applications listed below make perfect drop-in replacements.
One of the great ‘new’ traditions during an Ubuntu development cycle is the open submission of photos competing to win a place in the next default install of Ubuntu. The competition has a few more months left to go but Weather-Indicator projects’ Cullen has picked out his five favourite photos so far - and you don’t need to be Sherlock Holmes in order to spot a few recurring themes…
With a move towards every sleeker, ever more visually animated desktop themes and GUI’s it’s easy to forget how far the themes we use now have come along in such a short space of time. With that in mind here are some retro desktop themes in case all the fancy-pants themes of today have left you longing for the BeOS styling's of yesteryear…
Daily 5 today briefs you, er, briefly on 5 alternative file managers to stock Nautilus. Dolphin If you’ve tried Kubuntu of late then chances are you’ve already encountered Dolphin – it’s the default file manager […]
Everyone needs to use a word processor every now and then (how 80’s does the word ‘word processor’ sound? Hmm.) There are various ones to choose from – and not a fat deal of difference […]
There are some incredibly useful applications that don’t ship with Ubuntu one for reason or another. Below I list my 5 of the best applications you might be missing out on! Pitivi – Simple Video […]