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PCLinuxOS KDE FullMonty 2013 Has It All

FullMonty KDE Desktop, a free and easy-to-use Linux-based Operating System for desktops or laptops based on the KDE desktop environment, is now at version 2013. FullMonty 2013 KDE Desktop consists of a regular PCLinuxOS KDE installation, which has been combined with a special desktop layout. Highlights of PCLinuxOS KDE FullMonty 2013: • The Linux kernel has been updated to version ... Read More »

Mir Is Now Working with Unity 8

Canonical has announced another Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) update and the developers have reported a improvements on the Mir front. Canonical plans to improve Unity for Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander), and their efforts can be easily seen in the changes they’ve implemented so far. Unity will eventually work the same on all platforms, albeit desktop or Ubuntu Touch. Some of ... Read More »

Android Sneaks Onto the Desktop in Giant HP Tablet

The line separating the mobile and desktop computing worlds has become increasingly blurred in recent months, and HP on Monday unveiled a brand-new all-in-one PC that continues that trend. Announced during its HP World Tour event in Beijing, the HP Slate 21 tablet is powered not by Windows but by Google’s Android. It’s also designed for use on the desktop, ... Read More »

Linux Mint 15 XFCE and KDE Editions released

Follow @LinuxUserMag Linux Mint 15 is possibly the best distro we’ve ever used, and this is in some way thanks to the fantastic selection of original interfaces created by the developers for Linux Mint, such as the MDM, Cinnamon and the Software Manager. In case you prefer other desktop environments though, the team put together optimised versions with XFCE and ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Brilliant Idea: A Bug Bounty Program!

It may be largely a locked-down PRISM world we’re living in today, but that doesn’t mean those of us here in the Linux blogosphere can’t still have a little fun once in a while — especially if it’s at Microsoft’s expense. The latest opportunity? Well, get this: Microsoft had a really good idea recently. *Really* good! Rather than relying on ... Read More »