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Bandwidth Monitors
Simple small programs to monitor your bandwidth
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Browser GuideBrowser Guide
A guide to the features of different Web Browsers
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Desktops: KDE vs GnomeDesktops: KDE vs Gnome
What Linux Desktop is the Best? Gnome, KDE or something completely different?
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ftp clientsftp clients
The file transfer protocol is a very common standard. This is a look at the common GUI and CLI ftp clients for Linux.
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ftp serversftp servers
A glance at the common Linux ftp servers
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Instant Messaging - How to reach and communicate with the world using your computer keyboardInstant Messaging - How to reach and communicate with the world using your computer keyboard
A guide to the best IM clients and servers
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IRC - How to join the worlds biggest communications network, how to hide your identity with a BNC and how to stay in touch with IM contacts using a IRC client IRC - How to join the worlds biggest communications network, how to hide your identity with a BNC and how to stay in touch with IM contacts using a IRC client
Internet Relay Chat is a conference service where you can exchange thoughts and effectively communicate with existing and new relations. Choose between the excellent IRC clients to get the world at your fingertis.
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Linux Distributions
A guide to Linux distributions - Help Finding the one Matching Your Needs
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Audio Players - A guide to the best pure sound players for Linux Audio Players - A guide to the best pure sound players for Linux
There are a million of small audio players available for Linux, yet none of them seem to be perfect. The advanced, yet user friendly KDE player Amarok is a good choice for most users. There are plenty of other excellent alternatives, like the classic XMMS. It is simple, old-fashion and still the most used audio player.
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Office Applications
There are only three choices if you need a complete Linux office suite, and the choice for corporate production use is obvious: OpenOffice.org.
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Peer to peer file sharingPeer to peer file sharing
How to download movies, music and games from the internet.
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x11 Terminalsx11 Terminals
A quick guide to terminal emulators for x11
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