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One of the great things about Linux, especially for web developers or server administrators, is that


The idea that you could just change the way your computer's user interface looks like and behaves is pretty foreign to most people that typically use Windows or Apple's OSX.


In 2009 I had written about my experience with Claws Mail. After almost a year with Claws and a few minor releases, I thought it useful to share my experiences after a longer period of time.


At this point there are really only three major contenders on the desktop market; Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac OS X.

If "a year of GNU/Linux on the desktop" is defined as a year when GNU/Linux has finally started its steady encroachment to the desktop then 2006 is the year.

The latest distribution to be endorsed by the Free Soft


Despite the pervasive growth of mind share and even market share of GNU/Linux in various areas of use, and despite all the hype around GNU/Linux reaching the top this year with releases of Ubuntu Dapp

Guess what does the following screenshot show?