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ROSA Desktop 2012 beta review

ROSA Desktop 2012 beta review

ROSA Desktop is a Linux distribution derived from Mandriva Desktop and developed by ROSA, a technology outfit based in Moscow, The Russian Federation. ROSA Desktop 2012 beta is the first pre-release edition of what will become ROSA Desktop 2012. It is supposed to be a Long Term Support (LTS) edition, with a 5-year support period. Given that the status of […]

ROMP: Media player with built-in desktop recorder

ROMP: Media player with built-in desktop recorder

ROSA Desktop 2012 beta is a distribution that I am currently reviewing. It is a desktop distribution derived from Mandriva Desktop. It has all the features that you will find on its parent distribution. It has also a few cool features brand new to it. One of those, KLook, I have already written about. (See KLook: A Swiss Army Knife […]

KLook: A Swiss Army Knife of media type viewers

KLook: A Swiss Army Knife of media type viewers

It is a joy to come across an application that works so well and combines the features and functionalities of several applications that it is difficult to not want to tell everybody about it. The application I am referring to, is called KLook. That is “look” prefixed with a “K.” If you have not played with the beta edition of […]