Each new version Mozilla Firefox brings improvements that trigger a better performance; but this browser still lacks something very important in today, a 64-bit native version. While there is already an experimental version of Firefox can run on 64 bits, it is still too unstable and not recommended for use on production environments. For this and more has born a fork or variant of the browser called Waterfox.
As its name and logo indicate, Waterfox is a sort of ‘cousin’ of Firefox; moreover, it is exactly the same source code, the only difference is that Waterfox has been specifically compiled to work on 64-bit versions of Windows. That means that (leaving aside the name), we actually running a full version of Firefox in 64 bits, which will bring further improvements in performance. Continue reading
Linux Mint is a great operating system with very elegant design, as it was based on the popular Ubuntu.
Linux Mint also has several applications such as, Compiz Fusion, indexed files, search engine Tracker, Adept Manager, and now KDE environment, so as we will also have programs like Amarok, Firefox, OpenOffice, Kopete, KTorrent, Konversation, KMyMoney, MPlayer, Kaffeine or Envy, plus it is best that Linux Mint can be used as a LiveDVD or installed on a hard drive, with the help of an intuitive wizard and support for multiple languages.
Microsoft just released the beta version (public) safety of your package Security Essentials 4, it is intended that users of the security suite give a furtive glance at what will be the next version of this virus. Although this is a major upgrade, Security Essentials 4 no major changes from the previous version, but the upgrade is almost mandatory for all users.
Remembering that always to support a computer with protected Windows it is necessary to be updated, Security Essentials is updated to provide better detection results and thus a greater range of protection. Furthermore, minor changes were made in the interface and structural improvements have been implemented that benefit from a better performance. Continue reading
Scribus, the open source software for the creation of magazines, books and brochures have been updated to version 1.4.0 after four years of initial development. Scribus 1.4 has more than 2,000 changes within which you find many new features and solutions to various errors.
The most notable of this new version are improvements that benefit the handling of objects, including advanced options for text and typography, new possibilities for vector objects and better object handling. Continue reading