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[13 Sep 2008 | No Comment | 449 supporters]

There are positively addictive productivity apps available for Linux, along with tools to make switching between Linux and other systems easy, or just running Windows programs themselves if you need to. Today we’re detailing a Linux desktop that helps you move quickly, work with Windows, and just get things done
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[10 Aug 2008 | No Comment | 521 supporters]

PC OEMs offered a halfhearted endorsement of the Linux desktop on Wednesday, claiming that the operating system was mainly suited for low-cost appliances and PCs designed for education. Two vendors of consumer Linux distributions, gOS and Xandros, spoke glowingly about the OS and its future. But representatives of three PC OEMs next to them – Dell
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[20 May 2008 | No Comment | 621 supporters]

This week’s release of Fedora 9 makes carrying a full-fledged Linux desktop around on a USB drive a three-click affair. Even better, you don’t need Linux installed to create it, you can leave the data on your thumb drive untouched, and any files you create or settings you tweak remain in place the next time you boot up.
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