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Digitizor Weekly Roundup [Week 2, July 2010]


News “Bharat Bandh” Tops Twitter’s Trending Topics – Power Of 1 Billion Bored Indians Political Parties in India called for a nation wide strike, called “Bandh” in Hindi. Whether they achieve their objective or not, they managed to get the term “Bharat Bandh” as a trending topic in Twitter. Naturally people from other countries are…

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By Ricky on July 11th
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How To Reset All GNOME Settings In Ubuntu Or Fedora?


How To Reset All GNOME Settings In Ubuntu Or Fedora?

In this article we will tell you how to reset all Gnome settings to default in Ubuntu or Fedora Linux. This method works in other standard Linux distributions too.

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By Debjit on July 9th
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Weekly Eyecandy [Week 1 June 2010]


GTK Themes Equinox Ubuntu Theme 1.20 Download

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By Ricky on June 3rd
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How To Replace The KDE Network Manager With The GNOME Network Manager In Ubuntu


How To Replace The KDE Network Manager With The GNOME Network Manager In Ubuntu

The KDE network manager (KNEtworkManager) has just too many problems. So, I prefer using the GNOME Network Manager (NetworkManager) even with KDE SC. Here is what you need to do to use the GNOME Network Manager insted of the one that comes with KDE SC.

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By Ricky on May 21st
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How to fix problem of Google Chrome hanging in KDE (but working in GNOME)


In some new builds of Google Chrome a bug has been reported which makes it the browser hang when it is used in KDE but it works fine in GNOME. In Google Chrome, the bugs results in the tab hanging after a page has been loaded. After sometime a pop-up usually comes saying some thing…

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By Ricky on March 14th
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Gnumeric 1.1 released with new features


Gnumeric 1.1 released with new features

After about two years of development, the Gnumeric developers have announced the release of version 1.10.0 of the spreadsheet application. The first stable release in the 1.10.x series includes several changes, updates and improvements. This release removes the 65,536 row restriction on spreadsheets and includes many new functions, better OpenDocument Format (ODF) support, new statistical analysis tools,…

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By Ricky on February 19th
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How to install GNOME Activity Journal in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala


How to install GNOME Activity Journal in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

The GNOME Activity Journal is a tool to easily find and access files and other resources  in your computer. It was previously known as Zeitgeist. While the early release supports basic file management activities. It is expected to develop into a much more capable tool because of its underlying framework. In this post we will…

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By Ricky on January 21st
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GNOME team answers some questions about GNOME 3.0


GNOME 3.0 which is due for release in September 2010 has been getting some bad press for quite some time now. We did an article about the new GNOME Shell that is making its way into GNOME 3.0 a couple of months ago. If you judge by the response we got to that article from…

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By Ricky on January 19th
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How to reset your GNOME keyring password?


GNOME keyring as already talked about earlier is a password and key management tool for GNOME. In this article we will tell you how to quickly reset the GNOME keyring access password.

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By Debjit on December 24th
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