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Gaming on Linux   

What's the Achilles' heel for Linux users?

Let me point that out for you. It's gaming on Linux.

Don't get me wrong. Gaming on Linux has improved significantly in recent years, thanks to the effort of companies like Steam, Feral Interactive and GOG.com. We even have Linux distributions specifically for gaming.

In addition to that. Steam has launched its own gaming console range in the form of Steam Machines. These gaming consoles are basically PC hidden inside the casket of a gaming console.

But even with all these, gaming on Linux nowhere close to gaming on Windows. Can this scenario be changed?

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2gYKNge

Published on December 6, 2016 by Paul Illingworth  --  Revised on December 7, 2016
Ubuntu 17.04 release schedule, and features   

Ubuntu 17.04, the upcoming release of Ubuntu Linux, has been codenamed Zesty Zapus. The release schedule of Ubuntu 17.04 is out.

Long term Ubuntu users might already be aware that 17.04 will be released in April 2017. It's not rocket science to guess the release month at least, considering that there is a specific logic behind Ubuntu codename and version. In 17.04, 17 stands for the year 2017 and 04 stands for the month of the year (i.e. April).

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Published on December 6, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Linux distribution for developers   

Linux distribution exclusively for programmers and web developers? Why not? In the world of Linux, there is a distribution for everyone.

The battle of the best OS is long and forever lasting and the Linux army has a new armor at their disposal. Meet SemiCode OS, a new Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and with a focus on programmers and web developers.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2gYPfeZ

Published on December 6, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Random iPhone 6S shutdowns due to faulty battery component, Apple says   

Apple is offering a free fix after a consumer group in China complained about the problem

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2gVWpR7

Published on December 5, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
Here's how to check if your Google account is one of the 1 million infected with malware   

Anyone running an older version of the Android operating system, be warned: Malware is infecting 13,000 Android devices every day, putting at risk the private details of more than 1 million Google accounts.

That's according to cybersecurity software company Check Point, which discovered a new piece of malware called "Gooligan" that's infecting Android phones and stealing email addresses.

Users who download Gooligan-infected apps or click links in phishing messages are being exposed to the malware, which allows attackers to access sensitive information from Google apps like Gmail, Drive, and Photos.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2g0ulPS

Published on December 5, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Email Backup Software MailStore Home 10 released   

MailStore Home 10 is the newest version of the popular email backup software solution for Windows that supports local and remote email accounts. You can use the free MailStore Home client to back up emails from desktop email programs like Outlook or Thunderbird, local email files such as Mbox, PST or EML, and also from email servers using Pop3, IMAP or Microsoft Exchange.

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Published on November 30, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
Zorin OS 12 Improves Linux Desktop Access for Windows Users   

The New Zorin OS 12 Linux distribution release aims to make it easier for users of proprietary operating systems to work with Linux.

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Published on November 30, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
Fedora 25 makes Linux easy enough for anyone to try   

The first thing to know about the new version of Fedora is that you don't have to download an ISO file and write it to a USB stick. This is an important thing to note, as preparing installation media for Linux is one of the bigger hurdles for newbies. (When I say newbies, I think of my mom trying to download and properly burn a USB image.)

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2fFncnZ

Published on November 30, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
Office Hub app on Windows 10   

The 'Get Office' app for Windows 10 has received a considerable upgrade to make it more than a billboard to sell Office 365.
It's now (or will be) an 'Office hub' for access to all things Office. Recent documents, the programs themselves, Office 365 account settings plus help and training.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2gyqCWm

Published on November 30, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
Mozilla patches critical Firefox flaw weeks after update   

Mozilla released a security update to patch a critical flaw in Firefox which could allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2gvg4r4

Published on November 29, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
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