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The Best Operating System of 2012

We continue our look back at what has made the year 2012 and in our review could not miss the best operating system . This year in this category were indistinguishable for desktop systems and mobile. It has been a year of big news, both in regard to the world of mobile and desktop, so let the voting results [...]




Mandriva Linux 2012 Tech Preview will be Testable

Few days have passed since Karlsen announced the availability of the first images ISO unofficial Mandriva Linux 2012 Tech Preview , until finally they have become official and are already available for download and testing from the servers FTP . Among the new features of Mandriva Linux 2012 Tech Preview we will find the kernel version 3.4.1, desktop environments KDE SC 4.8.4, GNOME Shell 3.4.1, 4.10 Xfce and LXDE 0.5. As LibreOffice 3.5.2 office suite features. The [...]




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The New Version Of Skype For Linux

It may be the popular Skype was acquired by Microsoft, but fortunately the company continued to develop the application and for Linux. So announced the latest version of Skype for the open source operating which also has several improvements over its predecessors. Changing the Conversations View. Now the user can see all conversations on a single screen. But [...]




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Linux Can Run on Win8-Machines, But Only for a Fee

The developers of the project Fedora, who develop the popular Fedora Linux distribution, under the auspices of Red Hat, announced two pieces of news: good and not so.The first is that they managed to find a way through which you can install Fedora Linux on computers, originally designed for the Windows operating system 8 and




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Why Linux Does not Need to Defragment Your Disk?

Unlike Windows computers using those with Linux operating system do not need to defragment your disk regularly . This occurs because different operating systems use different mechanisms for storing information. Defragmenting a hard drive For those who do not know what is defragmenting a hard disk will tell you it’s like reorganizing all the files stored in the. A simple example is [...]




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Google Launches Repository Mirrors with Linux Source Code

A software project is the operating system as GNU / Linux requires a huge infrastructure is more than evident. There are many people who contribute to the development of Linux , many who access its source code and many modifications proposed for each one of its components. Google knows this, and since you already have sufficient infrastructure to serve [...]




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The Steam Coming to Linux

Although Google seemed to forget the Linux activated when the Google Drive Valve fortunately did not commit the same offense. As we learn the company, although he had refused anything relevant in earlier statements, develops popular platform for Linux. In this course we have no other information. Neither a timetable nor the distributions for which will be [...]




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The Slowest Computer that Starts Linux in Four Hours!

According to foreign media news now, one called, Dmitry Grinberg of foreign hackers produced on the diagram of this simple computer equipment.The device allegedly Invincible terrible, because its startup speed is hundred times slower than people think.




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Anonymous-OS: The Anonymous Released their Own Operating System?

The new operating system called Anonymous-OS and for now is in the early stages of development, particularly in version 0.1. With this functional group wants to give users all the tools they need to participate in the group of Anonymous algae to help with various Internet attacks. The Anonymous-OS based on Ubuntu 11.10 (which is [...]




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The Android is Coming Closer to Linux!

It is known that the Android operating of Google, based in the Linux kernel but from now forward the ties between the two functions are even more powerful one and according to statements by Linus Torvalds the developer of the Linux kernel for the first time the new kernel version will include code directly from [...]




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Companies that Already Rely on Linux to Increase their Presence in Future

According to a recent Linux Foundation study of companies that already rely on Linux to increase its presence in the future. The study was conducted for the use of Linux on servers that have good growth prospects, especially compared to the stagnation of Unix and Windows Server 2008. Specifically among respondents almost 80% are committed [...]




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The Ubuntu Exceed Red Hat

Can Ubuntu is by far the most popular Linux distribution for home users, but what the major companies involved in Red Hat had the primacy. So far at least. As announced by the founder of Canonical Mark Shuttle worth, this is not true anymore as according to data from the w3techs.com Ubuntu has become the leader there.




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