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LINUX: Top 10 Ubuntu applications
« on: 15. January 2008., 20:58:27 »

Ubuntu 7.04 ( ) has quickly become the operating system of choice for millions of people around the world - whether they're Linux newcomers, Windows and Mac defectors or pony-tailed system administrators who wear watches displaying the time in binary. While Ubuntu comes jacked with useful applications out of the box, there's a big selection of free, thriving Linux desktop software which matches or betters their Windows and Mac counterparts in terms of features.

Today we've chosen our favorite ten Ubuntu software applications that are exclusive to GNU/Linux. Add them to your Ubuntu desktop to make your install pop.

SCforum's Top 10 Ubuntu apps

10. Beryl (desktop graphics)
 9. Checkgmail (email notifier)
 8. Brightside (mouse gestures)
 7. Katapult (program launcher)
 6. Liferea (feed reader)
 5. Kopete (IM client)
 4. gParted (disk partition utility)
 3. Samba (file sharing)
 2. AmaroK (jukebox)
 1. Automatix (installer)

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So, Ubuntu fans, what did we miss? Post up your favorite Linux apps in the comments.

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LINUX: Top 10 Ubuntu applications
« on: 15. January 2008., 20:58:27 »


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Re: LINUX: Top 10 Ubuntu applications
« Reply #2 on: 12. May 2011., 12:24:51 »
I´ll check its out...must be good!!



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