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Articles about Operating Systems
I spotted a bargain laptop recently which I couldn't resist. Now to get it ready for Linux.
Adding these two video codecs allows you to play DVD movies and recorded TV.
Windows XP may still be the second most popular OS worldwide, but Australians have already moved on from it a lot faster than US and UK computer users.
With Windows XP entering the final few weeks of official support, Microsoft executive Jay Paulus offers his take on the OS and explains why it's high time to move.
This forked distribution that has carried the Mandriva torch for several years delivers its fourth major release.
Experience really shows in this versatile Linux distribution
A MacWEEK special report in January, 1994 looked at the first decade of Macintosh as well as what the future might hold for the platform. At times it's nostalgic and amusing reading, and at other times strangely prophetic.
Exploring this Debian GNU/Linux derivative that is tightly focused on security analysis and penetration testing - and it comes with a mind-boggling array of utilities for that pupose.
Apple technology today is accepted worldwide by consumers and businesses alike. Still, attacks against the Mac continue unabated with the same 30-year-old refrains.
The small, cylindrical footprint of the new Mac Pro would appear to make it questionable as a server system. However, a Mac hosting company and Apple say otherwise.
A ruggedized handheld device from Korea's Bluebird offers customers a choice of Android or the Windows Embedded 8 Handheld operating system on a single form factor.
How running Windows 8 on OS X Mavericks gives me the best of both worlds, and brings back a Windows feature that I've sorely missed.
More adventures with add-ons: a four-port USB hub specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi, and a Bluetooth USB adapter. Also, as summary of hardware and costs so far.
A new update pack 2014.01.15 for SolydX and SolydK, along with a new update release schedule.
One of the most carefully designed transitions away from proprietary software is underway in the Italian province of Umbria, with cost, culture and efficiency all spurring the move.