MATE and Cinnamon are two recent additions to the list of desktop environments and window managers available for Linux and BSD distributions. You see, in the free software/open source community, there is nothing like too many options. The more, it appears, the better. The aim of this article is not to present a point-by-point comparison of the two desktop environments, [...]
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Advancement is supposed to make stuff easier to use, but that has not been the case on free software desktop environments. Tasks that used to take one or two mouse clicks, now takes several. Ones that are usually accomplished in one or two phases, now takes three. GNOME 3 is a perfect example, but it is not the only one. [...]
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, code-named Precise Pangolin, is the latest release of the popular Linux distribution. It was made available for the public just a few hours ago. While the distribution itself is very popular, the Unity desktop, the graphical interface that we all see, is not necessarily as popular. And that is because it is not very user-friendly. It has [...]
Released just a few days ago, GNOME 3 is the latest major version of the GNOME desktop environment. If you are currently running a GNOME-based Linux or BSD distribution, you are probably using version 2.30 or 2.32, but that should change in the upcoming release cycle when many of the distributions will be shipping with GNOME 3 as the default. [...]
This article provides some information on five netbook-optimized desktop interfaces available for Linux and BSD desktop distributions. They are presented here in alphabetical order. Jolicloud: Jolicloud is the interface on the cloud-based Linux distribution that goes by the same name. Jolicloud 1.0, the first stable release, is based on the desktop edition of Ubuntu 9.04. The next stable release, Jolicloud [...]