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'KDE Mover-Sizer', and 'Kill Disk'

KDE Mover-Sizer The KDE Mover-Sizer is a background application that emulates the behavior of KDE, which is a great Linux desktop environment. Essentially, you hold down the Alt key, and Left-click to move a window, Right-click to resize it. That's ... it. And once you use KDE Mover-Sizer for a few minutes, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it! http://corz.org Kill Disk Kill Disk detects and displays information about all partitions, hard disks and floppy drives currently connected to your computer. It wipes out all floppies and hard disk drives completely by securely overwriting data on ... (view more)

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'TaggedFrog', and 'KDE for Windows Project'

TaggedFrog Based on the convenient drag'n'drop technique, TaggedFrog allows you to organize your files, documents and Web links. Just add objects to the library and tag them with any keywords. That's it. You can forget the file name or where the ... file is located, but don't worry -- the tags will find the file for you. http://www.lunarfrog.com KDE for Windows Project KDE is a desktop environment originally built for UNIX, but now it's available for Windows. You can use this installer to download and install the various binary packages that you need to run KDE applications on MS Windows. http:// ... (view more)

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'Kde For Windows And Mac', and 'You Get Signal'

Kde For Windows And Mac This is big. The very popular KDE Windows manager, long used by Linux lovers, is now ported to Windows and the Mac. If anything pulls Windows and Mac users to Linux, this will do it. Get the feel of Linux right inside your ... own OS. http://windows.kde.org/ You Get Signal YouGetSignal.com is a collection of web based network tools. The name of the site, YouGetSignal, is a nerdy play on a line of broken English from the infamous "All your base are belong to us" cut scene. http://www.yougetsignal.com/about/ (view more)

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Linux 101, Part 2

In my previous article , we discussed choosing a Linux 'distro'. As I pointed out, the choice is highly personal and depends upon your needs. The next step of course is installing Linux. With that said, I've highlighted key differences between the ... types of installations commonly bundled with Linux distributions. The Linux Desktop: Choose between Gnome, KDE, and XFCE Let's start with the Desktop. There are several to choose from. If you were to ask twenty people that used Linux regularly, which they would recommend, you would get a handful of answers, but the two that would get the most ... (view more)

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