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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Linux Mint 10 RC Julia Full Review

After a thorough use and testing of Linux Mint 10 32Bit RC Julia for quite sometime now I made the following observation enjoy!

I would like to start my review with a simple phrase I think best represent Linux Mint Julia 32bit - “Simply Amazing and Functional!”, the choice of icons for each and every application was a true knowledge of expertise and maturity! Indeed it was a sight so refreshing.

Let's do a top to bottom review of application installed with new features:

starting from accessories:
    The search files is not oozing with accuracy things that I did not see with the past version of Linux Mint

    One application that got me smiling is the addition of Gimp! A simply right thing to do.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Linux Mint 10 RC 32bit (Julia) Review

    as a newbie ( I think I am), the most frightening step is how to install a Linux Distribution! That's it plain and simple but for Linux Mint 10 Julia it was a breeze somewhat walking in the park the only annoyance I can consider is the initial screen where in it ask me to connect to the net prior to installation and for me it something unusual for such early stage of the installation process, nonetheless I opted not to connect for the time being and went on to the installation, the drive partitioning couldn't be easier like the one Julia offered! And for that it's a 9

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Linux Mint Isadora – the conclusion

Test Areas:

  1. Installation
  2. Hardware Detection
  3. Look & Feel
  4. Applications
  5. Package Management
after almost insanely testing, using and configuring Isadora, I made the following honest observation;

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Battle for the right Linux Distribution for my Emachine D730

For so long now many comment and reviews have been written, all pointing to the hostility of Acer Emachine towards the free and open source operating system or as we call it Linux Distribution! Since it would fun and informative on my part to actually disprove such accusation I decided to do a simple experiment with my acer Emachine D730.

For all the laptop (3) we bought it was always an Emachine laptop why? Well aside that its practical, it cater to the needs of my family, the specification can be line-up with some of the heavyweight in the business with some spare to loose so to speak, and for having a local branch here in our area that will/may/can service our unit in-case of something weird happen along the way.

Well enough with the unending saga of why Emachine, lets go on with the result of my simple review  for my Perfect Linux Flavor for my Emachine, first the following Linux Distribution where all tested;

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