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Top 10 Releases around 2010

by Abdul Haseeb on September 9, 2009

2010 will surely be an awesome year. It seems to be the year in which we are going to see lot of giant releases from giant organizations. Starting from operating systems like Windows 7 to the real time strategy games like StarCraft II . Therefore next year will bring lot of cool products in the marketplace. Lets see few promising and eagerly awaited releases dated in 2010.

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The Google Chrome OS

by Muhammad Ali on July 9, 2009

The Google-Microsoft rivalry continues and this time Google has finally decided to challenge the monoply of Microsoft in the stream of Operating Systems. For the last decade or so, Microsoft has undoubtedly ruled the world of operating systems. Nine months after the successful release of Google Chrome web browser, Google officially announced a couple of days ago that it will be working on a new project - The Google Chrome Operating System and according to them its a natural extension of Google Chrome.

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Ubuntu 9.04 Review and Features

by Abdul Haseeb on May 29, 2009

This latest release of Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) has brought great improvements as compared to previous versions. Some features and support for extended machine and network is also added. Due to these improvements more and more people are converting towards Linux OS. The following features will prove why Ubuntu 9.04 is the next desktop operating system [...]


Nokia has been building Maemo 5, companies first SDK for mobile application development ,for quite long. Now its new version named Harmattan is in development stages. Nokia is planning to remove its Symbian based S60 platform and adopt its Maemo mobile platform as early as end of 2010.


Sun xVM VirtualBox, Desktop Virtualization

by Abdul Haseeb on April 13, 2009

There are situations when users have to access certain applications of operating systems other than their native operating sytems.  Certain organizations take migration steps towards opensource platforms. They need to provide their users with access to critical legacy applications. In other cases, when you have upgraded your computer system with latest hardware and your old [...]


Portable OpenOffice 3.0.1 Review

by Abdul Haseeb on April 1, 2009

Portable is one of the complete Office pack that includes word processor, presentation making tools,  spreadsheets, database tools, drawing tools and much more, all portable, so now you can take your work  anywhere with you and all that is free to download so what are you waiting for. Get it now.


Few days before RightScale, inc announced that they will provide full support to the popular linux distribution as it is now part of the RightScale’s Cloud Management platform. This is really a good news for all the Ubuntu users and Developers as they can now enjoy the freedom to easily create, manage and deploy Cloud [...]


Linux Mint Review

by Bilal Bhatti on January 30, 2009

Linux Mint is an Operating system which was developed in order to overcome the shortcomings of Ubuntu. Linux Mint is one of the most famous packages of last year. It will not be wrong to say that Linux Mint is much better than Ubuntu and there are number of reasons and facts for Ubuntu users to switch [...]


Acer have confirmed to launch the 10 inch Aspire One netbook in February. But the news has gained much attention after it was announced that the netbook will be released with a choice of Windows XP or Linux distribution called Linpus, and the option of a solid-state drive (SSD) or an HDD. However, buyers will [...]


Top 11 Reasons To Choose LINUX As Your O.S

by Bilal Bhatti on January 24, 2009

LINUX is one of the world’s leading open-source Operating System. Linus Torvald was studying in University of Helsinki, as UNIX was very expensive at that time so he thought it would be a good idea to develop a free Operating System like UNIX for academics purpose.  So LINUX kernel was created by Linus Torvald. Kernel is the heart [...]


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