I have been thoroughly impressed with Deja Dup backup software. I support non-technical people on Linux and I also do a lot of things on Linux myself. I mostly use Gnome and I use Linux because it works, not because I want to tinker around all the time, though I
RHEL 7.2 includes a new Gnome 3.14 and incorporates some improvements from Gnome 3.16. This makes me very happy. The classic problem I have with RHEL is that it is a great development platform, with a stable interface and a good set of tools enabling very nice
I unashamedly enjoy Gnome 3; some of its features don't get enough attention. Case in point: yelp man pages. What a luxurious way to read your man pages!
I like Gnome 3, a lot. I think it's one of the most productive, usable, and modern desktop environments out there from an HCI and End-user perspective. It's sleek, it feels fast, and it really does get out of the way to let me do my work efficiently. On one
If you are not familiar with this series, see part 1. One of my favorite features of the Gnome 3 shell is how it deals with workspaces. See, when I was a younger Hacker, I loved the idea of workspaces, and I spent a lot of time thinking about how
I really like the Slackware Linux distribution; I like that it gives powers users a lot of freedom, and delivers simplicity, clean builds, and solid stability. I would consider myself something of a power user of desktops, meaning that I want to leverage my desktop to work efficiently doing real