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.
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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.
Gnome, KDE interfaces put a friendly face on Linux -- and position the OS for a Windows challenge.
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