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 with Koffice, Abiword or OpenOffice.
Linux Desktop Environment Tutorials, User Guides & Troubleshooting Tips For An Optimized Linux GUI
The Linux Desktop Environment is an outstanding GUI on which to run applications and deliver personal computer services. Here we look at the Linux desktop, whether it’s Gnome, Gimp, KDE or any other GUI development in the wonderful world of Linux desktop environment architecture. Here we aim to enrich the Linux users computer experience, providing enhanced features, stimulating front end navigation, and offering slick interfacing across the Linux platform. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
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-commercially.
A look at one of the best free screenshot tool available today, Shutter.
The great thing about Linux is that it’s pretty much completely free. Except for a few distributions and applications, you can download every application and distribution at no cost. Here we take a look at the most popular places, websites, and methods through which you can obtain Linux for free.
Linux development can take many forms, however, the tools we use by and large remain the same. Here we list some of the best open source development tools that Linux users should be looking at (if not using) today.
Ubuntu by default comes with Gnome as its desktop manager, Kubuntu with KDE. However, it is possible to run KDE and/or Gnome on either distro and switch between the two with relative ease. These are just two examples, so if you want to change you default windows manager, here’s how.
KDE 4.2 sports a new look and many new useful features which more than make up for the buggy KDE 4.0 release. Here’s a detailed look at what’s new in KDE 4.2.
Most Linux distributions come with a graphic file manager, but if you need to move or copy files using the command line this article tells you how.