maximumpc.com: Although many graphics professionals turn to Windows or Mac OS to execute their designs, Linux is far from helpless in this area. While it helps that Adobe Photoshop, the undisputed gold-standard program that most professionals use for raster graphics, runs on Linux through Wine, there are several native Linux programs that offer some of the same functionality.
h-online.com: The new version is the first to be based on the runtime environment developed by the Open Screen Project and works with the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X desktop operating systems as well as with the Windows Mobile and Palm webOS.
- Linux Google Chrome Shines
- Fast, simple and now stylish: Google Chrome with Artist Themes
- New Artist Themes for Google Chrome Are Super Slick
- Google Chrome Artist's Themes Work Fine On Linux
maketecheasier.com: Dolphin is KDE 4’s default file manager, and is a departure from KDE 3, which relied on Konqueror for file management. Unlike Konqueror, which functions as a web browser and many other things, Dolphin is specifically used for file management.
stargazer.at: If a known computer magazine writes about the new grub2 version, it cannot be that bad at all, isn’t it? True, Grub2 is still unfinished, but it should be already quite useable. So why not giving it a try?
cyberciti.biz: I cannot install Apple iTunes software to manage music for my Apple iPod. How do I manage iPod under Ubuntu Linux? What's the best way to manage my iPod without Apple iTunes software?
- Manage Collections with Tellico
- Anjal - Slick Evolution Interface For Netbooks
- leafpad: a graphical text editor that starts really fast
unixmen.com: Here is a nice collection of themes for Gnome and ubuntu, some themes were updated and somes you will see them for the first time.
aplawrence.com: For people who hate vi, vim does not offer much relief. They might end up hating vim as well and sing paeans for emacs.
sinaisix.blogspot: For most people, VLC is the favorite media player because it plays everything they throw at it without hiccups. No hunting for codec. But VLC can do a lot of other things as well.