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 SeventhReign
253xp

Last login: 2015-06-30 15:18:37
 
Biography:

Friends:

Alexio (73048xp)

blueXrider (22356xp)

Jac978 (2616xp)

Mystql (21xp)
Ideas:
Tutorials:

No tutorials found.

Hardware:
Athlon 64 3800+
AMD CPU/Processor, Works perfectly on Isadora
Phenom II X4 40
AMD CPU/Processor, Works perfectly on Julia
Phenom II X4 B55
AMD CPU/Processor, Works perfectly on Katya
Impact s305
Lexmark Printer/Scanner/Multifunction, Works fine with some minor problems on Julia
RNX-N180UBE
Rosewill USB Wireless adapter, Works perfectly on Debian
Favorite software:
picasa
"Faster than most (ALL) native Linux image viewers. Flawless integration. It is perfect .. period"
gparted
"Does for free what Windows makes you pay to do. And it does it flawlessly. How can you beat that?"
kupfer
"It has some neat features that make it superior to gnome-do. "
chromium-browser
"A great browser as of version 10+. No better nor worse than Firefox 5. Both are perfect."
terminator
"I dont know if its the best, but I know its awesome. It just plain works and works flawlessly."
rhythmbox
"Its not my preferred player, but as there is nothing wrong with it and it works great I have to give it a 5."
mintinstall
"Better than Synaptic"
bleachbit
"Just make sure to take your time and read what you are doing. Clicking blindly can destroy your system. Used correctly it is awesome."
docky
"Fast. Not as feature rich as AWN, but still great. "
gthumb
"It might not be as fast as Shotwell, but it more than makes up for it in ease of use and features. Simply the best native gnome image organizer/browser."
mintmenu
"The best. Period."
mintupload
"Works great for uploading files to my ISPs hosting service. Faster than opening filezilla etc."
avant-window-navigator
"Complete panel replacement. Actually uses less memory than the default gnome panel (results may vary)"
mint-dropbox
"The best available, hands down."