The much anticipated alpha release of Banshee for Windows is coming next week. The Windows port is attracting a lot of new contributors, bringing our new Windows effort up to 5 people actively working on […]
An unofficial pre-alpha Windows build of media player Banshee is available for testing. We take it for a quick spin and give our verdict.
Commercial Wine software 'Cedega' is to "cease operation" at the end of February, parent company TransGaming Inc. have today announced.
Which direction are the four major players taking? Is the cloud really the next step? Was porridge the best choice for breakfast this morning? Find out all this and more with Tyler's exciting editorial after the jump.
Mac OS X transformation pack, Windows XP transformations packs, Windows 7 transformation packs and I'm pretty sure there's a BeOS transformation pack floating around somewhere, too - but what about the OS that never was: Windows Longhorn?
Yesterday I got my invite to join the Ubuntu One Windows Beta. I thought I'd show off some screenshots.
A limited beta testing program for Ubuntu One Windows client has been announced. Development on a Windows port was first announced in January this year. ‘Why Windows?’ you ask? Ubuntu One’s Cristian Parrino explains: – “Expanding to Windows is […]
Microsoft have released two new seasonal-themed ‘themepacks’ for Windows 7. With a bit of renaming you can easily grab the wallpapers inside for use on any operating system – including Ubuntu. The new Lightning theme […]
Often it’s newer Linux users missing the familiarity of Windows that skin their OS to mimic that of another but here the tables are turned; fed up of booting into Windows and everything looking so […]
PyWO allows users the ability to organize windows on the desktop using nothing but keyboard shortcuts. Features: Move window in any direction and snap it to other windows’ edges Resize (expand or shrink) window in […]
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.
The word ‘dual boot’ may be a dirty word to some but it remains a practical and often necessary scenario that many people find themselves in. Whether it be for gaming, work or needing capable […]