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Ideas
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Hardware devices
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Software reviews
Software Score
opera
"Opera gives a lot of attention to Linux users!"
5
pidgin
"Beats all others on any operating system. OTR is one of the most important plugins out there!"
5
banshee
"Prefer this to Amarok and RhythmBox. Clean, functional, active developers; professional quality."
5
skype
"Problems for 64-bit systems. Pulseaudio can really mess things up. Works better on KDE than on GNOME."
1
f-spot
"Picasa for Linux is outdated, not native, and uses a shipped version of wine. F-Spot is better for Linux users. Just wish you can change the import naming scheme."
5
picasa
"F-Spot and digiKam are better, and are native for Linux. Picasa devs are living under a rock... all these years, no native Linux port without wine? Give me a break."
1
gnumeric
"Best spreadsheet application to ever hit Linux! Better than MS Excel, better than OpenOffice.org Calc."
5
mousepad
"Leafpad is better. Old and even new versions of Mousepad still have some annoying bugs."
3
leafpad
"Super fast, super light. No none-sense. Mousepad is great, but is quite buggy. Leafpad is much better."
5
openoffice.org-writer
"I used OpenOffice.org until LibreOffice released the stable version. LibreOffice is where the magic is happening, and the GO-oo extensions and Novell enhancements are no longer going to Oracle, but instead LibreOffice exclusively."
4
neverball
"Nice and pretty. A good way to relax and kill time. Can be played even on slow computers."
4
gcstar
"Best one out there for managing personal collections. Not too heavy, and highly customizable. Few bugs, but nothing major."
4
openshot
"I was able to make some movies with this, but it feels incomplete and cheap. Can crash when loading certain media file types."
3
gimp
"It's good enough for small things, but definitely not a Photoshop killer. It took them 15 years to finally introduce a single-window mode... but they don't even set it as default?! 15 years! What are the GIMP developers thinking? They need to hire a real UI designer!"
3
rekonq
"Still very young, this browser has a long way to go to catch up with the big boys. Looks very promising, and may improve in the near future."
3
gparted
"A must-have for all Linux users. Partitioning tools can cost big bucks, but Gparted does it all... for free!"
5
evolution
"Great all-in-one solution for email, tasks, calendar. Awesome backup/restore feature! Integrates well with GNOME."
5
thunderbird
"Thunderbird is fine for an email program, but lacks in some areas."
3
gpodder
"A light, sleek, no-nonsense podcatcher that does one thing, and one thing well!"
5
vlc
"Any OS, any desktop environment, VLC should be the mainstay media player for all computers!"
5
stellarium
"This is awesome in full screen mode as a screen saver!"
5
firefox
"Not the fastest or lightest, but Firefox shines with its unmatched number of excellent addons."
4