deskTOPia: Trayer TrayerNov 30, 2005
Some applets deposit icons in the system tray of the KDE or Gnome task bar. If you don’t use KDE or Gnome but you still want the system tray applets, check out Trayer.more »
Evince The Evince document viewerNov 30, 2005
Evince is quickly becoming Gnome’s standard viewer for PDF and other document formats.more »
KTools: Yammi Quick searches and party fun with the Yammi music databaseNov 30, 2005
The compact Yammi  music database for KDE (Version 3.2 or newer) is a useful replacement for a jukebox.more »
deskTOPia: WindowLab The lean WindowLab window managerOct 31, 2005
If you are looking for a functional and fast desktop environment, try WindowLab. This minimalist window manager concentrates on what’s important and does without superfluous gadgets.more »
F-Spot The F-Spot image managerOct 31, 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 »
Practical Knoppix Expert techniques for getting more from KnoppixOct 31, 2005
Knoppix creator Klaus Knopper shares some tips for using Knoppix in the real world.more »
deskTOPia: Zufall and genbg Random backgrounds for the desktopSep 30, 2005
A new background image is the quickest way to liven up your desktop. Tools such as Zufall and genbg help you change your wallpaper auto matically.more »
GRAMPS Managing your family tree with GRAMPSSep 30, 2005
If you’re planning to study your family history, you’d better be ready to manage large amounts of data. Why not use your Linux box for the hard work?more »
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