Desktopia: Whaw Organizing windows with WhawJan 01, 2006
If you’re weary of sorting through overlapping windows, Whaw will help you get organized.more »
Gnumeric Working with Gnome’s Gnumeric SpreadsheetJan 01, 2006
OpenOffice Calc is fine for most spreadsheet applications, but if you’re looking for better performance and a smaller footprint, try Calc’s lean competitor, Gnumeric.more »
KTools: Kat Desktop Searches with KatJan 01, 2006
The Kat desktop search tool turns up more than text strings.more »
Command Line: gzip, bzip2, tar gzip, bzip2 and tarDec 01, 2005
A short command is all it takes to pack your data or extract it from an archive.more »
Evince The Evince document viewerDec 01, 2005
Evince is quickly becoming Gnome’s standard viewer for PDF and other document formats.more »
Scanning with XSane The XSane scanner front-end for LinuxDec 01, 2005
The Sane interface provides access to image processing devices such as scanners. You can manage your Sane-supported scanner from Linux with the handy XSane front-end.more »
F-Spot The F-Spot image managerNov 01, 2005
Chaos is inevitable when your hard disk fills up with digital photos. The F-Spot image man agement program helps you manage your photo archives effectively and without time consuming sorting.more »
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Galileo board is targeted to embedded developers and educational institutions.