Linux Desktop Environments

  • What Is Gentoo?

    If you are wondering if Gentoo is for you, or just wondering what the heck it is, then this is the piece for you.
    By KateG November 14, 2009 

  • Examples of Linux Desktops

    Linux is similar to the UNIX operating system and is founded on the Linux kernel. The Linux operating system is open source and free which means that the code can be collaboratively used, modified without cost and can be distributed commercially and non...
    By nancydehra November 3, 2009 

  • What's new in Gnome 2.24?

    Gnome 2.24 is out! We are checking what we have with this stable release and trying to see the potential in the next releases. Gnome has big surprises and it seems that in the future we will have many "wow!"s to say. Let's go into...
    By Tolga BALCI October 8, 2009 


  • Workspaces In Linux

    So you have seen Spaces on a Mac and thought it's a very cool feature and wondered why it's not available for other systems. You're wrong, Linux has used this for years. Let's see why we have workspaces and how we can use them.
    By Tolga BALCI September 11, 2009 

  • Krusader - One of the Better File Browsers

    In the Linux world, you can choose from a lot of different file browsers. Each distribution often comes with its own flavor. Krusader is a KDE desktop file browser, but it will work on Gnome as well. In this article, you will find why I think it is...
    By Berry van der Linden August 25, 2009 

  • Setting Up Google Desktop in Linux

    Earlier you learned how to access the Preferences and configure Local Indexing and Gmail tabs. Now it's time to learn about the Display and Other tabs, and how to customize the appearance of search results. Have you wondered how crashes are reported...
    By YvetteDavis July 10, 2009 


  • Getting Started with Google Desktop Linux

    Now that you've installed Google Desktop for Linux, you need to set Preferences so it works the way you want it to. Learn how to configure Google Desktop to give you the information you need, when you need it. This is the second part in our series...
    By YvetteDavis July 10, 2009 

  • Get to Know the GNOME Panel

    If you are new to GNOME then you might find the panel a bit confusing. But fear not, after a bit of use, and this helpful Bright Hub article, your fear of the GNOME panel will quickly fade.
    By jlwallen June 23, 2009 

  • Migrate from Windows XP to GNOME With Ease

    If you are considering migrating to Linux then you might be curious what is in store for you. Fortunately, if you are migrating from Windows XP you can rest assured that, although the desktops are different, GNOME is easy to use. In this Bright Hub article...
    By jlwallen June 23, 2009 

  • Migrate from Windows XP to KDE With Ease

    If you are considering making the move from Windows XP to a Linux-based desktop, fear not. The KDE desktop makes this journey easy. From the panel to the menu, you will find many similarities between the two. In this Bright Hub article you will see how...
    By jlwallen June 23, 2009 
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