Linux Desktop Environments

  • The Best Linux Password Managers

    These days our on-line lives have become quite busy. We visit a lot of websites, most of which need a password login to get to the good stuff. How do you remember all of the passwords? By using password managers. In this article are the options I...
    By Berry van der Linden May 20, 2011 

  • Best Linux Screenshot Apps for Gnome

    If you write web content either as a blogger or otherwise, you know how important it is to have a quick screenshot application on hand. Take a look at the best screenshot applications for GNOME, the popular desktop environment used by Ubuntu and other...
    By Chad Anderson May 19, 2011 

  • Distraction Free Writing In Linux

    Between the social media updates and the constant distraction of the Internet's boundless content, it's hard to concentrate in a modern computing environment. For Linux users, a number of applications exist that can reduce distraction and let...
    By Chad Anderson May 18, 2011 


  • Ubuntu Unity: Demystified

    This is a detailed guide to Ubuntu Unity and explains in detail all the features of the new software. Watch this article closely as this will be frequently updated with new features as Unity improves. Everything you wanted to know about the new shell...
    By Maitraya K B May 16, 2011 

  • Developing an Application for the Linux Desktop: Starting from Scratch and Porting Code from Windows

    If you are a programmer and want to write some applications for the Linux Desktop, you need to know some basics before rolling up your sleeves and starting. We look at development and porting as well as choosing the right Integrated Development Environment...
    By Tolga BALCI April 26, 2011 

  • Installing and Using Symantec Backup Exec for Linux

    Symantec Backup Exec is a proprietary data backup and recovery program which runs on Linux as well as Windows. It officially supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, but runs on a variety of distributions.
    By Chris Hoffman March 26, 2011 


  • Review of CrossOver Linux

    Although Linux as a desktop operating system has come a long way, some users may still need to run Microsoft Windows applications. Find out how CrossOver, the Windows emulator, matches up.
    By Chad Anderson February 17, 2011 

  • How To: Find Unique Linux Wallpapers

    You just installed your fresh Linux desktop, now you want some Linux wallpaper. In this article I reveal my sources for Linux eye candy.
    By Berry van der Linden January 29, 2011 

  • Backup Exec Managed Backup Solution for Linux

    You don't need to skip the Linux box and perform a separate backup - Backup Exec has a Linux agent!
    By Christian Cawley January 25, 2011 

  • Essential Linux Utilities: At the Command Line

    Looking for a little program to help you keep track of your tasks, rip CDs, or clean up Web pages? Then check out these small and powerful Linux utilities. Don't let the fact that they're run at the command line scare you. You'll find...
    By Michael Dougherty January 11, 2011 
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