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The table of equivalents / replacements / analogs of Windows software in Linux. Last update: 16.07.2003, 31.01.2005, 27.05.2005, 04.12.2006, 07.07.2007, 25.11.2007, 29.12.2011 (in progress) You can always find the last version of this table on the official site: http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/ . This page on other languages: Russian , Italian , Spanish , French , German , Hungarian , Chinese , Bulgarian , Polish .
October 19, 2012 - AnimStack 0.5 is released! See release notes in the comment section. Watch video tutorials here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiASt6bCYQNCRlWbGrwyPnmJlwIzMziEq Also check out the official AnimStack tumblr: http://animstack.tumblr.com/
Our Hive Five feature series answers the most frequently asked question we hear at Lifehacker: "What's the best tool for the job?" In the past six months, we've covered the five best tools in a number of categories, from best instant messengers and DVD-ripping tools to anti-virus applications and BitTorrent clients . Each week, we ask our savvy readers to vote for the one tool they like best out of the top five; the winner represents the best of the best. Keep reading for a look back at the winners from each Hive Five.We've tackled a whopping 26 Hive Five categories since the series' inception, and I'm just going to tackle them all from oldest to newest. Without further ado, here they are. Best Digital Photo Organizer: Picasa (Windows/Linux)
Tweaking enables you to make Windows 7 do interesting and useful things that it doesn't necessarily do directly out of the box. Some tweaks are easier to action than others but all of them help you to customise your PC and make it run closer to the way you'd like. A simple tweak might be learning a keyboard shortcut you hadn't heard of before to perform a task you undertake regularly. A more advanced tweak might be assigning a custom shortcut to a program that includes your most recent settings preloaded. An expert tweak may involve Registry editing.
Free software downloads, freeware, shareware and free trials along with reviews here at Canadian Content Technology. The site is organized into over a hundred categories from utilities to windows customization, from games to video capture and from file organization to antivirus. It's all here.
Click to view Lifehacker readers range from the complete newbie to the most seasoned techie, but where do the Lifehacker editors stand? We polled our own editors for the computer hardware and applications they swear by and we're breaking it down for you here. This post is categorized into the software each editor uses on a daily basis, the operating systems we live in, the hardware we rely on, the peripherals we utilize on a regular basis, and webapps we need. Then we tell you exactly what kind of user we think we are.
February 6, 2008 12:00 PM ET Computerworld - Got a small network, home network, medium-size network -- even an enterprise network -- and want to get the most out of it? Then I've got good news for you: 10 free pieces of software that can make your network easier to use, troubleshoot and maintain. These freebies will help everyone from networking pros to networking newbies and everyone in between.
I don’t know about you but I’m not much into fancy-pants 3D first person shooters. I can’t be bothered to build a massive gaming rig, blow $500 on a video card, and figure out what custom weights give me the best mouse response. I’ve got a WII, and I love it, and one of the big reasons I do is for the emulation. Sadly however, I can’t bring my WII to work or to the coffee shop down the street – but I can bring my laptop, jump on their WiFi and fire up these four awesome sites for a quick old school gaming fix!
Windows/Mac/Linux (Firefox): If you've got multiple Firefox installations across different computers, or just find yourself setting up Firefox often, Siphon is a must-add. This extension simply syncs a list of add-ons between browsers, with easy installation and deletion buttons for each. It doesn't seem as though Siphon syncs your add-on preferences or particular user data stores—just the list of extensions you've got installed. You can use Siphon's server by default, or set up your own server through an API.
The IT world has overcome much of its skittishness regarding the use of open source projects. It obviously wasn't always that way, and plenty of IT shops still refuse to consider open source alternatives to commercial solutions. But most folks have come around to the fact that open source tools are a great asset to any organization and won't actually set fire to your data center or ransack the break room, no matter what the sales droids say.
At Maximum PC, computer hardware is our bread and butter. We review it, preview it, and just generally love to talk about it. Unfortunately, hardware becomes less important with each passing day, as more and more software moves onto the internet. We're not looking forward to the day that our PC's become Chrome OS-style thin client, but we have to admit, some web apps are pretty awesome. So to help you prepare for a future in the cloud, we've put together a list of 30 of our favorite web apps and services.
Rainmeter displays customizable skins, like memory and battery charge, RSS feeds and weather forecasts, right on your desktop. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, and control your media player - all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking.
As we prepare to stuff our faces with a bountiful Thanksgiving feast, we turn our Thanksgiving spirit to the gobs of free software we love to say thank you to the developers, and to give our computers a feast of their own. Earlier this week we asked you to share the free apps you're most thankful for, and after rounding up thousands of your suggestions, considering our own favorites, and performing a little spreadsheet magic, we've cooked up our own cornucopia of excellent free software and webapps we're extremely thankful for. So whether you're an American celebrating the season or not, the selection of apps below is like gravy-drenched turkey and mashed potatoes for your computer. Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!