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Althorion
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2013-08-07 14:20:59

Tutorials
Title Score
Ideas
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
Software reviews
Software Score
deluge
"Simple and lightweight enough."
5
gparted
"Easy to use and does its job perfectly."
5
opera
"Slower than Chromium, not as powerfull as Firefox, not on a free license... Use it only if you must have a QT libary-based browser."
3
cream
"May become handy, but I would rather recommend learning pure VIM."
3
vim
"Single most powerfull text editor. Must-have!"
5
rxvt-unicode
"Lightweight and highly custiomisable."
5
gnome-terminal
"Fast enought and has every needed function. Unfortunatelly, it is hard to configure (you need to use gconf-editor to tune some of its options)."
4
moc
"Great UI, fast, doesn't require MPD. My fauvorite console music player."
5
rhythmbox
"It has all the features I need. It could be faster, though..."
4
banshee
"Great for organising music, excellent player. Unfortunatelly, it requires Mono."
4
gnome-commander
"Nice and powerfull, but somehow I prefer Midnight Commander."
3
mc
"Best console file manager."
4
empathy
"Prettier than Pidgin, but not nearly as usefull."
2
pidgin
"Many networks, lots of plugins (including one to make images from TeX formulas). Unreplaceable."
5
chromium-browser
"Faster than Firefox, but not as expandable."
4
firefox
"Without plugins, it would be Chromium's heavier replacement. With plugins, it is simply the most powerfull web browser on the planet."
5
gnome-mplayer
"Not as good as VLC, but it doesn't need QT."
4
vlc
"Best media player for QT. Period."
5
totem
"Too simple for my needs. It also has problem with subtitles (they tend to dissapear)."
3
xchat
"Simple to use, but with all necessary functions."
5
geany
"Lightweight and simple IDE. Give it a try!"
4