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Microsoft office Vs. Open office

Recently I got a chance to compare Microsoft office and open office, Here is the first factor I am putting. “PRICE” This information is collected from microsoft office website : http://tinyurl.com/y7o4w4 2007 Microsoft Office system pricing and upgrade information 2007 … Continue reading

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How to change root password in Linux

This is one of the problem faced by many person’s“what if i lost the root password”First thing that comes in mind is “use single user mode” but the answer is NO. So the BIG QUESTION IS HOW TO proceed further … Continue reading

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Parallel Download and Install in Synaptic package Manager

Please go through this idea on ubuntu brainstorm and add your comment. Your vote matters. Parallel Download and Install in Synaptic package Manager

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Netbooks, based on Ubuntu

Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, on June 3, 2008 announced that it will be demonstrating a reworked desktop image of Ubuntu built specifically for a new category of portable Internet-centric devices – netbooks. These affordable, power-efficient, small screen devices, … Continue reading

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BBC interviewed Mark Shuttleworth

I think almost every linux user knows about mark shuttleworth. He is founder of canonical foundation and above all he is founder of Ubuntu Linux Operating System. Ubuntu have created win-win situation in desktop market and is rocking day by … Continue reading

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Contribute to open source projects.

Many times we get inspired by many great open source projects which we come across and start feeling we should be a part of such team. In short many of us want to contribute to open source projects but don’t … Continue reading

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JeOS — Just Enough Operating System

We have seen significant growth in size and complexity of general purpose OS over a last decade.  This expansion has come from its need to support a growing number of applications and devices.  To support the increasingly complex needs of … Continue reading

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