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Gnome System Monitor 3.11.4 Features More Fixes

Gnome System Monitor, an application that enables users to display basic system information and to monitor system processes, usage of system resources, and file systems, is now at version 3.11.4. The application shows active processes and how they are related to each other. It also provides detailed information about individual processes. Highlights of Gnome System Monitor 3.11.4: • The background ... Read More »

GnuCash Makes Money Management a Snap

GnuCash version 2.6, released earlier this month, fixes many of the nagging problems in earlier versions and is more convenient to use. It tracks bank accounts, investments, income and expenses. You can use GnuCash just to handle your checking and savings accounts — but it is capable of doing much more. GnuCash is based on professional accounting principles to ensure ... Read More »

Reader survey: Win £2,000 of Red Hat training!

Thanks to the good people of Red Hat, you’re in with a chance of winning a 90-day Red Hat online training subscription and themed Red Hat sports watch worth £2,000 combined! It’s our biggest prize giveaway and all you need to do is fill out our reader survey, which will only take ten minutes of your time to complete. The winner of the grand prize ... Read More »

Dual-boot anything in Linux User & Developer 135

Follow @LinuxUserMag Dual-booting is easier than it seems. Make some space, install alongisde. What about getting around EFI though? Secure boot? Dual-booting Raspberry Pi’s or a Nexus 5? These are all questions that don’t get regularly answered, so we set ourselves the task of dual-booting just about everything we could get our hands on. The issues not just about dual-booting ... Read More »