Top 10 Most Popular Posts for Feb 2011


Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal Alpha 2 Review, Screenshots
Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty Narwhal" alpha 2 was released a day ago. A lot has changed with Ubuntu since we reviewed the first alpha release of Ubuntu Natty some weeks ago. Here is a quick review of the latest release of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal.

Ubuntu Natty Alpha 1
GNOME Shell Review
GNOME is among the most widely used Linux desktop environments out there, if not *the* most widely used one. GNOME Shell is the latest incarnation of GNOME which is still undergoing heavy development. Months ago, we captured the evolution of GNOME Shell in detail and I think its time for another major GNOME Shell review.

GNOME Shell Review
Top 8 Newest GNOME GTK Themes Worth Trying Out
If you are a regular here, you must already know that posts relating to Linux desktop eyecandy corners a huge chunk of our daily dose of Ubuntu/Linux articles. On top of the classic and most popular GTK themes for Ubuntu/GNOME we have featured here before, here are a bunch of very new and very awesome GNOME GTK themes worth taking a look at. 

Minimum Suite Version 0.3 GTK Theme
15 Google Chrome Extensions to Help You Save Time and Become More Efficient
Google Chrome extensions have always been a great way to extend the functionality of Google Chrome in tune with the needs of each and every individual. We have featured here before incredible collection of Google Chrome extensions for enhanced security and privacy while browsing and now here is another collection which are going to help a lot among you to manage time better and become more productive and efficient in the process.

RescueTime Chrome Productivity Meter Extension
Ubuntu is the 4th Most Popular Linux Distribution on Web Servers
Ubuntu has been the most popular Linux distribution on desktop systems for sometime now and according to Google Trends data, Ubuntu probably is the first ever Linux distro to overshoot popularity of Linux itself. And now, Ubuntu is steadily increasing its market share on web servers as well. According to w3techs.com statistics, Ubuntu is now the 4th most popular Linux distro on web servers and growing at a much faster rate than its competitors.

Tweak Center - An Idea Worth Implementing
Tweak-Center is an idea, albeit a brilliant one, to create a marketplace to download themes, icons, tweaks etc. within Ubuntu Software Center. We have featured a number of very unique mockups and ideas before, but Tweak Center is different in a very good way.

Atolm GTK Theme + Clarity Icon Theme = Perfect for Dark Theme Fans
Atolm GTK theme + Clarity icon theme is yet another very decent theme combination for your Ubuntu GNOME desktop. Unlike the previous GNOME theme combinations we had featured here before, this one is dedicated to all dark theme fans out there.

What Makes Diaspora Special?[Video]
You all must be already aware of open source Facebook alternative called Diaspora. I have been using it for a month now and I am really starting to like it. Now a lot of people ask me what's so special about Diaspora, what makes it different. For that, you need to watch this "introduction to Diaspora" video by the inventors of the idea themselves.

Diaspora

London Stock Exchange(LSE) Now Runs on Linux
London Stock Exchange(LSE) has been testing its new Linux based core for sometime now and had recently set a new world record in trade speed using its new platform. The eventual adoption of Linux by London Stock Exchange(LSE) is now complete. The days of Microsoft .Net based TradElect platform at LSE are finally over and London Stock Exchange(LSE) has successfully set into live trading a new engine based on Novell SUSE Linux technology.

LSE moves to Linux
6 Awesome Conky Configs That Just Works
Beautiful Conky configurations have always been an integral part of all kinds of Linux desktop eyecandy. With that in mind, we had featured here before an awesome collection of 13 Conky configs from around the web. Now, its time for a few more. Here are 6 more eyecandy conky configs for your Linux desktop that just works.

conky for ubuntu

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