Nailing the perfect software design is tricky. It is all too easy to confuse simplicity of aesthetics with simplicity of functionality. A piece…3 comments
Ask not what you can do for Amarok. Ask what Amarok can do for you! Many years ago, just the mention of this…7 comments
Over the years, my experience with KDE can best be described as a rollercoaster – on ice, with rocket thrusters. KDE3.5 was a…1 comment
Depending on how you look at it, the world of office suites for Linux is either very rich or very poor. As the rather…4 comments
Signal Private Messenger has been simplifying the encryption of voice and text messages for several years now. Not only is it a drop-in…No comments.
What? Dedoimedo, have you been drinking Peckham Spring lately? No, I have not. The reason why we have the Gnome desktop environment included…7 comments
Let us continue where we started with the KDE/Plasma nominations. It is time to vector our all-seeing eye toward another desktop environment – Xfce.…8 comments
The end is near. I mean, 2016 has less than a month left on its credit. We should now step back and contemplate.…11 comments
The developers of Mofo Linux talk a good game. From the name’s origin in abusive street slang to its self-description on the home…No comments.
Roughly a month ago, I reviewed Spotify here on OCS-Mag, testing the recently revived Ubuntu version. My experience was mixed. While the media player…3 comments
Regardless of the factual conclusion of this article, you are already sold on it just based on the title. Anyway. Humans are really…4 comments
Spotify is arguably the most popular music streaming service out there. Apologies to any diehard fanboys who may have been offended by this…5 comments