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[News] Applications for GNU/Linux Reviews, Compared, Listed

  • Subject: [News] Applications for GNU/Linux Reviews, Compared, Listed
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 23:04:15 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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VirtualBox vs. KVM on the Desktop: A Comparison 

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| So which virtualization solution is best for 
| the Ubuntu desktop?  For the time beingâand 
| this is to say nothing of the various options 
| which Iâve not discussed, such as VMwareâs 
| products and XenâVirtualBox is probably the 
| better choice for users who want a simple 
| application for running mainstream operating 
| systems without ever having to touch a 
| configuration file or open a terminal.
| For those interested in cutting-edge 
| virtualization functionality, or who actually 
| prefer the command-line, however, KVM has a 
| lot to offer.  At the least, although its 
| developers are clearly focused on the 
| enterprise, it should not be ruled out as a 
| virtualization solution for normal desktop 
| users, especially when itâs combined with GUI 
| management tools.
| Our advice: donât apt-get remove VirtualBox 
| from your Ubuntu desktop yet, but keep your 
| eye on KVM as it continues to develop.


7 Dock Applications For Linux Desktops

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| Dock applications is really cool way to get 
| quicker access to your installed applications, 
| directories, or files, itâs fully customized 
| with different desktop and window managers. 
| you will find a lot of docks available to use 
| with different features for extra plugins, 
| docks applets, and themes. here will list 7 of 
| the best docks available so far for linux 
| desktops.


indicator applets now work with awn

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| Ubuntuâs Indicator Applets now work with the 
| latest testing version of popular Dock AWN. 


5 of the Best Free Linux Content Control Software

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| Content control software, also commonly known 
| as web filtering software, is software which 
| is designed and optimised to determine what 
| content can be viewed by the user. This 
| software is particularly relevant to 
| information supplied by a web browser.

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