My ISO of Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" finished downloading a few hours ago and I've had some time to explore this new Linux distro.
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Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" is available for download.
Typical. I write a post where I actually praise Apple and within minutes of the post going live I start getting emails from Mac fans telling me that they aren't so thrilled by Leopard and feel that Steve Jobs lied to them back at WWDC 2006.
If you're looking for a good price on Mac OS X Leopard, I suggest taking a trip to Amazon.com
Leopard looks like it beats Vista in the "Wow!" department. Yes, you read that right, I said that Leopard looks like it beats Vista in the "Wow!" department.
This Thursday sees the release of the next version of the successful Linux distro Ubuntu - version 7.10, code-named "Gutsy Gibbon." Like the code-name or hate it, Ubuntu 7.10 has some interesting and useful new features that make it worth taking a look at.
Apple needs to draw a line under the bad publicity surrounding the iPhone.
On Friday I posted briefly about yet another potential problem with Windows Update (my ZDNet blogging colleague Mary Jo Foley covered the issue in greater detail here and here). Initial investigations of PCs at the PC Doc HQ have turned up no leads but I have discovered some else that's broken about Microsoft Windows Update mechanism - trust.
Just who is Microsoft expecting to buy Windows Home Server?
I'm getting reports that Microsoft has been goofing about with Windows Update again and changing settings without user permission.