Linux Desktop Environments

  • The Best E-Readers for Linux

    It's been a year since Tolga Balci reviewed FBReader for Linux, more specifically Ubuntu. I thought I would take another look at the options now available to read e-books on a Linux computer. In this article you will find my conclusions.
    By Berry van der Linden August 18, 2010 

  • Using Logmein for Ubuntu

    While it is not possible to use logmein with Ubuntu, I will share with you a variety of ways which you can get the same functionality.
    By Daniel Case July 31, 2010 

  • Top Linux Window Managers

    There are a variety of window managers for Linux, from the full-featured GNOME and KDE desktop environments down to stripped down, more lightweight window managers like IceWM. Unlike Windows and OS X, Linux supports a wide variety of possible desktop...
    By Chris Hoffman July 26, 2010 


  • Great Sources for Linux Wallpapers: The Best Linux Wallpapers

    The Internet is full of free wallpaper sites. This sometimes makes it hard to find the best Linux wallpaper. I've done the legwork for you. Freshen up your Linux desktop with these great wallpaper!
    By Michael Dougherty July 13, 2010 

  • Top Graphics Interfaces for Linux

    The two biggest players in the game are Gnome and KDE, but there are also many smaller GUIs, like Enlightenment that have just as much to offer
    By Ada Stoy June 28, 2010 

  • How to Customize Linux Menu in KDE

    One of the greatest things about Linux is that you can customize almost any aspect of it – from the applications you use, to the menu items in the Linux menu. For instance, if you are using KDE and want to customize the menu in KDE, here is how...
    By Ada Stoy June 28, 2010 


  • Top Grammar Checkers for Open Source Software

    When using open source word processing software, a user can find many of the same features that he can find in commercial packages such as Office and WordPerfect. One thing that a user might have difficulty finding is a decent grammar checker that works...
    By sinisterporpoise June 1, 2010 

  • Running Windows Games and Applications on Linux

    Looking to run your Windows Software under Linux? No problem! I bring you Windows Emulation and Virtualization on Linux.
    By Michael Dougherty May 14, 2010 

  • How to get the Matrix "Falling Code" Screensaver in Linux

    The Matrix trilogy spawned a large following around the "digital rain" or "falling code" effect shown in the movies. From T-Shirts to game textures, the effect has made its presence felt. In this article, I'll show you how to get the...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar January 8, 2010 

  • Five Ways to Run Windows Software under Linux

    It's getting easier all the time! Changing from Windows to Linux no longer means facing an array of unfamiliar and user-hostile software. Here are five approaches to running Windows programs under Linux. Not all of them are free, but none of them...
    By Finn Orfano December 11, 2009 
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