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2012-02-10 15:37:31

Tutorials
Title Score
Ideas
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
Software reviews
Software Score
pidgin
"Great little program. I'm using irc, msn and facebook chat and it just works."
5
tagtool
"Easy to use"
5
gimp
"Nice, but I recommend Pinta if you need something simpler. It's like Paint.NET"
4
banshee
"I hate programs which try to be jack of all trades. Try Deadbeef if you want to play music. Just add the deadbeef ppa repository."
2
blueman
"Best app to move stuff between mobile and pc"
5
gnomebaker
"K3b and Brasero failed, Gnomebaker saved me"
4
gedit
"Can't open some normal text files which Leafpad opens without problems."
2
skype
"Buggiest software I've tried. If you have 64bit system DO NOT try this. There are alternatives."
1
chromium-browser
"Better for minilaptops than Firefox. Uses less screen space and resources."
5
qbittorrent
"Like uTorrent? Get this"
5
pulseaudio
"By removing pulseaudio I fixed all my sound problems."
1
gnome-alsamixer
"Has been very useful for me."
5
leafpad
"Opens instantly. Displays some subtitle files that Gedit doesn't open. Should be the default editor."
5
mintbackup
"Just what I needed."
5
assaultcube
"Runs fast, easy to learn. A bit boring. Too GREY!!"
3
qlix
"Perfect program for managing my Creative Zen V. I tried everything and couldn't get it to work. With qlix it just does."
4
handbrake-gtk
"Excellent. Good documentation."
5
mintinstall
"Good for searching apps and reading opinions but bad for installing anything. It should tell me which packages exactly are going to be installed."
3
dvdrip
"No support for x264 or Matroska."
2
computer-janitor-gtk
"Haven't had problems with this"
4
easytag
"Too complicated. I don't feel like reading manuals just to edit some tags."
2
gnomad2
"I have Creative Zen V. The files can be browsed with Nautilus but gnomad2 doesn't find the device."
2
plymouth
"Useless OS bloat. I don't spend time marveling my pc while it boots up."
1
smplayer
"Had too many problems with Vlc and Totem so I switched to this. The best media player."
5
ogmrip
"Gives you good control while not being too complicated. Excellent interface. Supports subtitles and many codecs. Love it."
5
gthumb
"Excellent. But does someone actually burn their cd's with an image viewer?"
5
eog
"Simple, fast and does it's job. I only miss the ability to crop."
4
openoffice.org
"Huge bloat."
3
k3b
"The best. A little sluggish interface (reminds me of windows) but maybe that's because I use it on gnome."
5
brasero
"Like the clean interface but...this just doesn't work! Many times I have 'unknown error' or audio cd comes out bad."
2
openarena
"I prefer this over Nexuiz. Smoother gameplay and works on an older machine too. If you want singleplayer get this."
5
transmission
"Uses a lot less memory than Deluge, not cluttered with unnecessary options. Down speed about the same."
5
transmission-gtk
"I did a little test with Transmission and Deluge and now I have to update my review. Deluge uses much more memory and is complicated with unnecessary options. Down speed was about the same. In the long run Transmission downloaded more."
5
deluge
"Too many unnecessary options. Uses seven times more memory than Transmission. Not faster or slower than Transmission."
3
f-spot
"I was expecting something like Irfanview from windows but no.. I don't get this app. Eog+gimp works for me."
2
xchat
"Easy to use"
5
bleachbit
"Good tool for privacy"
5
vlc
"Plays almost everything but is a bit buggy."
4
rhythmbox
"I had problems with this one and find it a little confusing. My choice is Exaile."
2
exaile
"I loved foobar in windows but in linux i couldn't find nothing to match it. Exaile is the closest one. Should be default in mint."
5
emesene
"The best MSN client for Linux I have tried!"
5