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Linux Kernel 4.13.2 / 4.14 RC2
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Korora GNOME 26
A Linux distribution based on Red Hat's Fedora Linux operating system and using the GNOME desktop

Korora KDE 26
An official edition of the Korora Linux operating system that uses the KDE desktop environment

Korora Xfce 26
A lightweight edition of the Korora Linux distribution that uses the Xfce desktop environment

Korora Cinnamon 26
A custom flavor of the Korora Linux distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment

Korora MATE 26
An official edition of the Korora Linux operating system that uses the MATE desktop environment

Opera 47.0.2631.80 / 48.0.2685.16 Beta / 49.0.2723.0 Dev
Surf the Internet in a safer, faster and easier way with the Opera browser for Linux

Vivaldi 1.12 / 1.13.966.3 Snapshot
The next-generation web browser for power users, based on the powerful Chromium project

Atom 1.20.0 / 1.21.0 Beta
A hackable, highly customizable text editor for the 21s century, created by GitHub

KDE Plasma 5.8.7 LTS / 5.10.5 / 5.11 Beta
The official packages of the KDE Plasma Workspaces, Applications and Platform project

Chromium 61.0.3163.100
A safer, faster, reliable, and more stable web browser for a better Internet experience

Google Chrome 61.0.3163.100 / 62.0.3202.29 Beta / 63.0.3218.0 Dev
The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web browser developed by the well known Google company

PiTiVi 0.15.2 / 1.0 RC
An Open Source and non-linear audio and video editor for GNU/Linux operating systems

Kali Linux 2017.2
The most versatile and advanced penetration testing Linux distribution in the world!

Adobe Flash Player
The official Adobe Flash Player plugin for web browsers on 32-bit Linux operating systems

Adobe Flash Player for 64-bit
The official Adobe Flash Player plugin for web browsers on 64-bit Linux operating systems

Drupal 8.3.7
A web-based content management, discussion and community engine to deploy dynamic websites

Tor Browser 7.0.5 / 7.5 Alpha 4
Browse the web anonymously with the custom and private web browser from the Tor project

VueScan 9.5.85
One of the world's most widely used scanning software is now available on Linux!

XnConvert 1.75
A free and easy-to-use image and photo converter application for Linux operating systems

Latest News.

Bill Gates Now an Android User, Says No to iPhone with a Smile
Bill Gates recently announced during a Fox TV interview, that he switched to an Android phone, and dismissed the idea of owning an iPhone. The name Bill Gates is almost representative of Microsoft, even if he’s no longer involved in the company all that much. You would expect him to have a Windows phone, but that’s pretty much a dead project. After all, he needs something with apps, and he’s not going to use an iPhone. Why is this the obvious choice for Bill Gates? The reason is quite simple. Microsoft is heavily invested in the Android ecosystem, and they have a ton of apps. The company would be remiss if it didn’t recognize a simple fact. Google covers a large majority of the market, which means that most Windows users have an Android phone. Many of the apps developed by Microsoft for Android tie in their own cloud business, including Office 365 and a few others. In this way, Microsoft is getting the best of both worlds, especially after they failed to make the ...

iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Experience Static Noises During Calls, Users Report
The first problem for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus has already appeared, and it looks like some of the lucky new owners are complaining about problems with the call quality and the presence of static noises. The fact that each new generation of phones will have some problems is inescapable, and this holds true for pretty much all of the major phone manufacturers. It’s also a problem of statistics, because the more popular a device is, the more people are going to use it, ensuring that whatever problems there are, there's a greater chance of exposing them. Unless you’re Samsung and your new phones are randomly catching fire, pretty much all of the other issues are not all that important. The defects can vary from small problems that can be fixed with a system updates, to bricked devices that are replaced with the help of warranty. Voice calls are still important More and more functions are being added all the time, and new apps make out life better,...

iPhone X Has a Measly 2,716mAh Battery and 3GB of RAM, Leak Reveals
The latest information leaked about the iPhone X shows that it comes with measly 2716mAh battery and just 3GB of RAM. People that have been waiting for the new iPhone X can imagine whatever they want about this device because there is little to no information about its hardware. It was officially presented and shown, but nothing more. There are various reasons why Apple is not disclosing the hardware for their devices, but as a general rule, they never released this kind of information. It’s the community’s job to make sure that people stay informed. Of course, until the first iPhones reach the right people with the right tools to dismantle them, we’re left with the leaks and various rogue information. And the latest leak is not flattering for Apple at all. If anything, it undermines the iPhone X before the launch. Apple built a much to higher...

Google Extends Security Support for Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Until November 2018
The security support for both the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X from Google was until extended November 2018, adding two months to the previous date. Since Android is the most used mobile operating system in the world, it also stands to reason that it’s also the most attacked. The only way to prevent security problems on mobile devices is to keep them updated, and this is exactly what Google is doing. Up until now, the support for both the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X was “until” September 2018, but it has been extended until November 2018, adding two more months. This can only be a good thing for Nexus users, who can hold on their devices a little bit longer. Don’t mistake security support with software support It’s important to keep in mind that security support only refers to patches and nothing else. The software support has ended in September 2017, which means that no new version of the OS...

iPhone X Launch Parody with Silicon Valley Cast Is Both Hilarious and Sad
Apple’s new iPhone X is not here yet, but the official announcement already sparked the scorn of the community, which in turn created parodies. The latest from Funny or Die expresses what a lot of people felt during the launch. There is no doubt that iPhone X is a beautiful device, despite that terrible camera notch. A lot of people are excited about this upcoming product, mostly because it doesn’t look like the older or current models. When you don’t change the overall design of the phone for many years, you kind of know what to expect from a launch. On the other hand, the iPhone X is different from the regular edition, and Apple took a shot in the dark with it. As you can expect, not everyone is happy about the result. The Silicon Valley cast best expresses people’s feelings Silicon Valley is a TV shows that’s ...

macOS High Sierra Zero-Day Exploit Puts Users' Stored Keychain Passwords at Risk
It would appear that Apple's recently released macOS High Sierra 10.13 operating system comes with a zero-day exploit that could put your stored Keychain passwords at risk if your Mac gets hacked. Patrick Wardle, a security researcher that apparently worked for NSA, published information about the said zero-day security issue minutes after Apple released the macOS High Sierra OS to users worldwide. The security flaw affects operating system's new SKEL (Secure Kernel Extension Loading) feature, which is designed to require users to approve the loading of any new third-party kernel extensions. "The main (security) goal of SKEL is to block the loading of legitimate but (known) vulnerable kexts. Until Apple blacklists these kexts via the OSKextExcludeList dictionary (in AppleKextExcludeList.kext/Contents/Info.plist), attackers can simply load such kexts, then exploit them to gain arbitrary code execution within the context of the kernel," said Patrick Wardle in his det...

Linus Torvalds Announces the Second Release Candidate of Linux Kernel 4.14 LTS
Development of the Linux 4.14 kernel series continues with the second Release Candidate (RC) milestone, which Linus Torvalds himself announces this past weekend. The update brings more updated drivers and various improvements. Linus Torvalds kicked off the development of Linux kernel 4.14 last week when he announced the first Release Candidate, and now the second RC is available packed full of goodies. These include updated networking, GPU, and RDMA drivers, improvements to the x86, ARM, PowerPC, PA-RISC, MIPS, and s390 hardware architectures, various core networking, filesystem, and documentation changes. "This was a fairly usual rc2, with a very quiet beginning of the week," said Linus Torvalds in the mailing list announcement. "The only u...

AndEX Puts Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 64-Bit on Your PC with GAPPS and Netflix
GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton has released a new build of his Android-x86 fork AndEX that leverages Google's Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 mobile operating system for 64-bit PCs with various updates and improvements. Probably the last of its kind as there's an Android Nougat 7.0 build of AndEX, the Marshmallow Build 170923 is here to make Netflix support works well, and ensure that almost all Android apps and games can be downloaded and installed via Google Play Store or Aptoide App Manager. Shipping with GAPPS (Google Apps) pre-installed, AndEX Marshmallow Build 170923 gives users instant access to most of Google's services through well-known apps like Google Play Services 11.5.09, Google Play Store 8.1.29, Google Chrome 60.0.3112.116, and GMail 7.9.10. Netflix app installed, but needs a bit of tweaking Also pre-installed in this new build of AndEX is the Mozilla Firefox 55.0.2 web browser, Spotify music player, Termux 0.53 terminal emul...

Here's How to Install macOS High Sierra 10.13 on Your Mac
Apple released the macOS High Sierra 10.13 operating system today for supported Macs, but if you want to install it on your computers, you'll have to follow our instructions because the major update won't appear in Mac App Store. As expected, macOS High Sierra 10.13 is a major release, which means that you won't be able to install it via the "Updates" tab of the Mac App Store app on your Mac. Therefore, you'll have to either search for macOS High Sierra in Mac App Store or click its banner on the "Featured" tab. Once you've accessed the dedicated macOS High Sierra page, you'll have to click on the "Download" button, which will immediately present you with the macOS 10.13 High Sierra installer that will guide you through the rest of the installation process, which could take some time depending on your Internet connecti...

Apple Replaces Microsoft's Bing with Google for Siri and Spotlight on iOS, macOS
As of today, Apple chooses to use Google instead of Microsoft's Bing for web search results on Siri for iOS and macOS, as well as on the Spotlight feature of macOS Sierra or High Sierra and iOS' built-in search functionality. In a statement given to TechCrunch this morning, Apple confirms the switch from Bing to Google for web search results provided by either Siri or Spotlight on both iOS and macOS operating systems, claiming that the drastic change has to do with consistency across all of its supported Mac and iOS devices, but we know that Google paid Apple $3 billion to remain default search engine on iOS and macOS. "Switching to Google as the web search provider for Siri, Search wit...