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126.96.36.19900 (May 16, 2013)
Sleipnir? Ok we have officially ran out of names for software.
13.04 (Raring Ringtail) (Apr 25, 2013)
Sadly ubuntu has jumped the shark, and with it the last hope of linux ever making inroads into the desktop market. If you check google trends, ubuntu peaked around v9.10 or v10.04, when it still had a traditional desktop and amazing performance, but its been all downhill from there and the trends show that clearly. Switching their desktop to a tablet/touchscreen only interface has really killed this OS but thats not the only factor, slow boot times and bad desktop performance have been a factor as well. At the same time Microsoft stepped up to the plate and made a massive improvement to Vista in the form of Win7, which corrected a lot of the performance and UI issues that made Vista such a maligned OS. If ubuntu had capitalized on their position at about the time of v10.10, made the OS even faster, even more responsive instead of making a 90 degree right turn, we might be looking at a far different desktop OS landscape today instead of heading back to the MS dominated future we are headed to. I personally think ubuntu/unity would be great for a tablet, in fact I'd pay real money to get a tablet with a real OS on it, instead of some clunky android toy garbage. But they missed the boat on that one too and we won't even be able to ubuntu tablets till next year probably.
For anyone who still wants and ubuntu based desktop that looks normal and it quite responsive, head over to Elementary OS website and grab that. Or even Linux Mint if you can handle using Cinnamon, which in my experience is just not quite there yet for day to day use.
The ubuntu/unity combo is not only completely dead for desktop computers, but its killed linux desktop in general.
21.0 Beta 1 (Apr 10, 2013)
21...?? I thought they were stopping Thunderbird at 17.
2.3.25-6 (Apr 5, 2013)
Tor is a response to government intrusion into our privacy, plain and simple. And no matter what they do, we are always ahead of them in terms of technology, and we always will be. The people who work for government are completely retarded, go get your drivers licence renewed and you'll see what I mean.
They are pushing us to make an entirely anonymous web, all they have to do it stop pushing and we'd probably stop making it. But since they are too retarded to stop, we have no choice but to continue.
1.1.27 (Apr 3, 2013)
Wow, I'm shocked... this thing is actually good. Might be the fastest browser on Linux that I have seen too.
You do have to spend some time configuring to get rids of all the search links that refer back to affiliate site embedded by the authors of the program, but once thats done you are good to go.
1.1.27 (Feb 4, 2011 - 2:28 PM)
How, so you could tell which ones had their boobs altered in post?
1.1.27 (Jul 18, 2008 - 10:37 AM)
Funny, when you install AIMP, you have the option to install various languages, including English.
I did not switch on to AIMP until the 2.5 betas started apparing, then I installed it with the Winamp skin, and quite frankly it looks identical to Winamp 5 but still sounds 10 times better and has more features. Give it another look, its here on fileforum.
1.1.27 (Jul 17, 2008 - 3:45 PM)
Switched to AIMP a year ago, from winamp, about 10 trillion times better. Winamp is dead, sorry to say.
1.1.27 (Oct 2, 2006 - 10:59 AM)
No, they have bought a lot of companies who actually do make software good, but like all the other software companies they have bought over the years, this latest batch will be ignored by MS and their user base will all leave and go to Open Source apps instead.
MS is the greatest supporter for Open Source I have ever seen! By cutting support for all the products they buy and try to integrate, they leave people with no choice but to use open source!
God I love MS, they is sooo smrt.
1.1.27 (Oct 2, 2006 - 10:55 AM)
Ubuntu is gonna kick both your OS's butts, so chew on that for a while. Oh, and its free unlike yours, and it always will be.
Its gonna be a different PC world in a year or so, Ubuntu + crossover = happinness.