Top 10 Most Popular Posts For June 2010


Meet Shotwell - The F-Spot Replacement For Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat"
Finally! The much discussed about F-Spot vs Shotwell battle is over. The new default image organizer app for Ubuntu Maverick 10.10 is going to be Shotwell. This is a much needed change and F-Spot was simply not enough. Most of the times when I tried F-Spot, it just keeps crashing on me. Shotwell on a other hand feels a lot more solid and is better integrated with GNOME desktop. Shotwell is also completely devoid of Mono.

    Top 10 Linux Powered Robots From Around The World
    Linux have a special place in Robotics. Many Robots built by multi billion organizations like NASA for advanced space exploration and other complicated tasks are powered by Linux. Robotics and automation is the key for human progress and it is good to know that Linux holds a special advantage when advanced Robotics is concerned. Here is a nicely compiled list of Robots powered by Linux from around the world.

    Docky - Probably The Best Dock Application I have Ever Used in Ubuntu
    Docky is an awesome dock application for Ubuntu/Linux. Docky started off as a simple theme for Gnome DO, another popular dock application, and later own became a dock application on its own. Docky is widely regarded as the most user friendly among the dock applications available in Linux.

    MeeGo, Android, ChromeOS - Signs of Linux REALLY Going Mainstream Finally?
    Ever since I have started learning and using Linux, this is something I always thought "was happening" and never knew when it will "really happen". And the thing is called mass Linux adoption. Why is it necessary? How is the likes of Android, MeeGo and Chrome OS is going to change the world as we know it forever? Let's explore.

    Top 6 Google Chrome Extensions for a Much Secure Browsing Experience
    Google Chrome is fast becoming the browser of choice for many. With its ever increasing user base, the safety concerns related to this comparatively new browser is also increasing. Here, we enlist the 6 most useful extensions/plugins for a much safer browsing experience with Google Chrome.

    Stunning New Eco Theme Takes The Total Count of Bisigi Themes For Ubuntu to 14!
    Bisgi themes just won't stop improving. They stunned everyone before with their incredible collection of themes downloadable via bisigi PPA. Now a new theme called ECO is released which for me is the best so far. Another important USP of Bisigi themes is that, they include everything. From login window theme, to icon theme to metacity theme to everything else. You get a unified integrated experience.


    How to Install Google Earth in Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx"?
    You don't need any introduction on what Google Earth is. Google Earth is available with Medibuntu repositories, but the packages available in the Medibuntu repo are mostly outdated. So here we are going to install Google Earth in Ubuntu in a different way.

    30 Simple Yet So Incredible Ubuntu Wallpapers for Desktop
    A month ago we celebrated the release of Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx" with an incredible collection of Ubuntu Lucid Wallpapers. Now it's time for some more Ubuntu wallpapers coming your way. A compilation of 30 beautiful Ubuntu wallpapers for desktop.

    Ubuntu Wallpaper
    15 Beautiful Android Wallpapers For Desktop
    So here we are continuing our addiction with free and opensource wallpapers. Android operating system is spreading like wildfire. Smartphone manufacturers are scrambling to produce their version of Android phone and all this has just started. Let's celebrate this stellar success of a free and open source software called Android with some stunning android wallpapers. Top 15 Android Wallpapers from around the web.

    Android Wallpaper
    Install Stunning New Amarok 2.3.1 "The Bell" in Ubuntu Lucid, Karmic
    Amarok was my favorite for a long time. But when the new Amarok 2.0 series started coming in, I was left with no option but to leave my beloved music player in Ubuntu. Amarok 1.4 was by far the best music player I ever had in Linux. I even managed to get Amarok 1.4 working in Ubuntu Karmic. After a long time I gave a try at the latest Amarok 2.3.1 in Ubuntu, and I have to say, this is impressive work. Amarok is slowly getting back to its past glory and Amarok 2.3.1 is another huge leap.


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