The latest beta release introduces new management tools for system admins, enhanced virtualisation options and general performance gains to the enterprise-focused Linux distribution
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Novell's openSUSE 11.3 community Linux OS brings stability with KDE 4.4.4, a fresh 2.6.34 kernel and support for the new BTRFS file system.
If you manage a lot of corporate desktops, then Novell's Linux Desktop is well worth a look -- particularly if you're happy with ZENworks. Linux pricing and Novell's corporate-style support could make this a useful option for business.
If you're only after speed, try Safari but keep your other browser, too. Security buffs should skip Safari for now.
Apple's free Mac OS X-only browser is worth considering if you're sick of Internet Explorer for Mac, but -- in beta at least -- it's hardly a compelling offering.
The KDE Project is making inroads on its goal to develop a mainstream Linux OS for PCs. There's a new look and feel with improved multimedia, a better browser and more.
Linux' fledgling efforts to challenge Windows for the desktop market received another shot in the arm Wednesday afternoon, thanks to the official release of Gnome 1.0.
Gnome, KDE interfaces put a friendly face on Linux -- and position the OS for a Windows challenge.
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