Mozilla is a typical open source software developing organization; they keep their heads down and work hard on bringing out great new things for their users without any fuss, and of course free! The company behind worldâ€™s fastest growing and currently the second most used internet browser, the Mozilla Firefox just released the latest Beta of their infamous browser for Mac Users. The Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 for Mac OS X is built on top of the companyâ€™s new Gecko 2.0 layout engine.
Back in June, Google released the first development version of Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
Mac and Linux users have been waiting for a proper release version since then, but Google has kept quite in letting out any word on when the first beta would be released.
We’ve seen many themes for Ubuntu but the only OS theme left for Ubuntu was, Android.
This Android theme, Genoid, brings Android-styled interface to you Lunux with matching icons, background and wallpapers. Now you can easily change GNOME desktop to Android.
We’ve just had Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala a month ago, and Ubutu has already started working on their next version of Linux distro, Ubuntu 10.4.
Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid Lynx mockup designs were posted in the Ubuntu Wiki. This artwork has been labeled as UbuntuSun.
Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala has just released today and is now available for download, though it doesn’t yet show on the website.
I have already written about when the order page was updated and you could pre-order Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala CDs.
I’ve previously shared a Windows 7 transformation pack for Linux, but that was only for the Linux distro Kubuntu.
Here’s another Windows 7 transformation pack that works with the most popular Linux distro, Ubuntu and features an interface that is very close to the actual one of Windows 7.
Opera is one of the popular browsers on Ubuntu (Linux) and is quite faster than others available.
The browser handles common Internet-related tasks such as displaying websites, sending and receiving e-mail messages, managing contacts, IRC online chatting, downloading files via BitTorrent, and reading web feeds.
The most-awaited Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) will releasing in another two weeks and there is so much in store for us in this latest release. I’ve used a couple of alpha releases and I must say Karmic Koala will be a promising version.
Even though Ubuntu 9.10 will be released on 29th OctoberÂ 2009, you can now pre-order your free Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) CDs.
Ubuntu 9.10 beta, Karmic Koala, is scheduled to release on October 1, but almost two weeks before Canonical has released a new alpha version which brings in faster speed and Software Store to Ubuntu.
The startup time has also been improved along with better cloud integration. And the the old uSplash boot animation has been replaced by xSplash – can be seen in the video after the jump.