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2014-03-29 13:04:01

Tutorials
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Ideas
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Hardware devices
Device Release
Software reviews
Software Score
google-earth-stable
"Runs fine except can't see images on 32-bit machine; doesn't crashes"
4
pidgin
"text-based features work fine. I couldn't get video calls working at all."
3
thunderbird
"Meets my needs; stable"
5
firefox
"Among the best Linux web browsers; stable"
5
adobe-flashplugin
"Not in Chromium? Try this: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree"
4
qupzilla
"nice alternative browser, not quite ready for #1 browser"
4
gucharmap
"Interface is better than Win, but hard to find many unicode characters."
4
skype
"I was able to tweak the buffer to allow voice and video after reading forums. Probably the best messenger app for video calling that actually works on Linux on my computer."
4
opera
"Could not load a whole day of a Facebook news feed. My wife was pissed off when she saw the unacceptable slow performance. Besides it slowing to a crawl with large amounts of data in the browser, the rendering was quite robust and stable."
3
chromium-browser-l10n
"The best loading and rendering of Facebook of all browsers on my computer even Firefox. Most other Linux browsers either crash frequently or become bloated and slowed down. Robust. The possibility that surveilance is going on in the background is not reassuring."
5
midori
"Loaded Facebook very fast, but then in some cases would crash repeatedly or too much to the point that I couldn't use it. Didn't run Flash in some cases it seems. Crashed way too much. If it didn't crash, I would use it more."
3
arora
"Facebook didn't crash until browser was bloated/full; really slow loading; rendering was somewhat OK, No Private. Needs a lot of work."
3
epiphany-browser
"No Flash, No Private, no reason I can see to use it."
2