The first article I wrote on Netrunner-mag was about KRunner and now it has been entirely redesigned. Originally KRunner was just a “run…No comments.
The system tray has remained mostly the same for decades, a few icons sitting on a panel displaying some information about the system…2 comments
Since the advent of smartphones and tablets much has been said about the idea of convergence. The word is used to refer to…3 comments
I started writing about KDE a long time ago, I was still on high school. All of my articles were about “Introducing” new…12 comments
Wish-fix-it is a series of things I would like to see improved in “KDE 5”. As I will point out in the future,…2 comments
I love testing Linux distributions. And how much comfortable life is for today’s Linux testers! I vividly remember when downloading a flavor of…No comments.
The first thing a user is expected to interact with, at least in any operating system with a graphical interface, is the main…4 comments
Google and Apple are two companies known for being pretty innovative. Recently Apple followed by Google showcased their new way of integrating your…No comments.
The new version of Netrunner is here. For some users, the most important part of this release will be its LTS nature. Since…No comments.
One of the most original distributions out there is Elementary OS. The first version was hyped quite a lot, it wasn’t perceived by…1 comment
It’s been almost year since Elon Musk showed his idea for a supersonic fully electric and solar form of transportation. The famous hyperloop…No comments.
So I took the old Netbook I used to test Netrunner on low-end hardware out, this time I wanted to test something entirely…No comments.