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GNOME Maps 3.26.2 / 3.28.0 Beta
A handy and easy to use map application for the open source GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Terminal 3.26.2 / 3.28.0 Beta
The default terminal emulator application of the open source GNOME desktop environment

Linux Kernel 4.15.4 / 4.16 RC2
What you are about to download is the core of all the Linux operating systems in the world

Linux Kernel 4.14.20 LTS / 4.9.82 LTS / 4.4.116 LTS / 4.1.49 LTS / 3.18.95 EOL / 3.16.54 LTS
The core of the Linux operating systems, created and maintained by Linus Torvalds

OpenRA 20180218
A real-time strategy game inspired by the Command & Conquer: Red Alert game engine

Rapid Photo Downloader 0.9.8
A powerful photo downloader application specifically designed for Linux operating systems

SeaMonkey 2.49.2
The all-in-one Internet application suite the comprises email, web browser and IRC chat

qBittorrent 4.0.4
A torrent client that provides a real alternative to the popular µTorrent BitTorrent client

Griffon IDE 1.8.6
An IDE (Integrated Development Environment) text editor for GNU/Linux written in C/GTK

PeaZip 6.5.1
An easy to use and Open Source file archiving utility for all Linux operating systems

DebEX Barebone 171030 LXDE / 171203 KDE / 171026 GNOME / 180219 Budgie
A Live CD Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux and running on 64-bit systems

ExLight Linux Live DVD 180212
An Ubuntu based Live Linux operating system specifically designed for 64-bit architectures

Live Raizo
A Live operating system that helps you to simulate networks and administer systems

PLoP Linux 4.3.3 / 4.3.4 Test
A small and lightweight distribution of Linux designed for system rescue operations

Container Linux by CoreOS 1632.3.0
A new kind of Linux-based operating system designed for massive server deployments

IPFire 2.19 Core 118 / 3.0 Alpha 1
A Linux-based operating system designed from the ground up to act as a dedicated firewall

GIT 2.16.2
The world's most popular and fast version control system for Linux/UNIX systems.

BusyBox 1.28.1
A collection of power tools, useful command-line utilities for GNU/Linux operating systems

The Mesa 3D Graphics Library 17.3.4 / 18.0.0 RC4
An Open Source 3D graphics library for all Linux and UNIX-like operating systems

GTK+ 3.22.28
A highly usable, feature rich library for creating graphical user interfaces a.k.a. GUIs

Latest News.

Samsung to Bring Edge-to-Edge Displays to More Affordable Smartphones
The Galaxy S9 is just around the corner, but Samsung is busy planning substantial overhauls for its entire phone lineup, which could soon benefit from the Infinity Display currently used on flagships exclusively. In other words, Samsung wants to use the edge-to-edge screen design that’s now available on the S8 (and soon will debut on the S9 as well) on mid-range models too, in an attempt to counter the growth of Chinese manufacturers and at the same time, breathe new life into its more affordable devices. With an edge-to-edge flexible OLED display on mid-rangers, Samsung hopes “to improve profitability overall and widen the gap with fast-growing Chinese runner-ups,” according to a report from The Korea Herald and citing people familiar with the matter. Bigger mid-range price Recently, it’s been reported that Samsung is one of the parties affected by the sluggish sale...

Microsoft Patents a Stylus with Haptic Feedback
Microsoft is working on new features for the Surface Pen, and patents that have been discovered recently provide us with an early glimpse into how the company sees the next generations. After Microsoft patented a way to implement a touch-sensitive retention clip on the Surface Pen, the software giant is now exploring the possibility of bringing haptic feedback on this little device. A patent simply called “Haptic Stylus” (via Neowin) describes a method to build such a Surface Pen, with a small electromagnet placed inside the stylus close to the tip to generate vibrations, most often when a display is touched. New Surfa...

Microsoft Launches Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, Game Crashes on Launch
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition is now available in the Microsoft Store, and while many rushed to buy it on day 1, it appears that the game is actually crashing on launch of many. With support for Windows 10 version 15063 and newer, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition promises to offer more than 40 hours of an updated campaign with new narration and pacing, 4K visual and a new soundtrack, as well as Xbox Live integration for online gaming with up to 8 players. Without a doubt, this certainly sounds appealing, especially for fans of the game who were waiting for the modern version of Age of Empires, but as it turns out, not everyone can play it right now. The Microsoft Store has been flooded with comments from Windows 10 users who purchased the $19.99 game, but couldn’t...

Microsoft Aiming for More Focused Windows 10 Feedback with “Cohorts”
The Windows Insider program has helped Microsoft build Windows 10 and the first major OS updates, and now the company is looking into ways to refine the operating system with deeper insights from highly-focused groups of users running preview builds. Codenamed Cohorts, this new program is supposed to help Microsoft receive more focused feedback from select groups of users that are specifically interested in particular OS features, which would otherwise be less appealing to general insiders. This means that Microsoft is looking into ways to obtain more than generic feedback on Windows 10, and Cohorts would be specifically supposed to try out features that most of the users wouldn’t. More focused feedback on specific Windows 10 features The experiment is still in its early days, and WindowsCentral writes that at this point there are such groups fo...

Microsoft Kills Off the Only Feature That Was Keeping Windows Phone 8 Alive
Everyone heard by now that Windows phones are more or less abandoned since Microsoft no longer plans to release new features and devices, and slowly but surely this thing is becoming unavoidable. Microsoft has just announced that it’s retiring push notifications for Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0, which technically means that devices running one of these two OS versions will no longer receive notifications and tile updates. Live tiles no longer live In other words, the live tiles, which have long been the feature users loved and praised the most about their Windows phones, will no longer be “live,” while notifications won’t be pushed to their devices. “On February 20, 2018, Mobile Push Notification services will be turned off for Windows Pho...

Hackers Turn the Nintendo Switch into a Linux Tablet with KDE Plasma Desktop
Hacking group fail0verflow‏ have managed to install a graphical user interface on the Nintendo Switch after announcing last week that the gaming console was hacked to run a Linux-based operating system. Last week, the famous fail0verflow‏ hacking group made it possible to run the Debian GNU/Linux operating system on the Nintendo Switch gaming console through a vulnerability they discovered during intense research sessions to find hardware flaws in the device. According to their findings, the hacking group said that the exploit they found could not be fixed by Nintendo through a firmware update as it was aimed at a flaw in the boot ROM. The vulnerability allowed them to install and run the popular Debian GNU/Linux operating system on the console. Nintendo Switch as a full-fledged Linux tablet Over the weekend, the fail0verflow‏ hacking gr...

Apple Releases New iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS Updates to Fix Character Bug
Apple kept its promise to fix the infamous character bug that could cause certain messaging apps to crash an iPhone, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Mac device when it was received with new stable updates for its iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems. The iOS 11.2.6 (15D100), macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Supplemental Update (17D102 / 17D2102), tvOS 11.2.6 (15K600), and watchOS 4.2.3 (15S600b) software versions are now available for download on supported iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Watch devices to fix the issue. According to Apple's release notes for these new stable software updates, they fix an issue where certain character sequences could cause apps to crash. In more technical words, the updates fix a memory corruption issue, which Apple addressed by improving the input validation in the CoreText compon...

Chuwi Hi9 Android Gaming Tablet Review - Nope
Chinese device manufacturer Chuwi has already impressed in the 2-in-1 form factor business with devices that run Windows, Android, or both, and now the company is looking to expand into an unexplored side of the market that typically requires more than just an affordable mix of hardware and software. Chuwi stepping into the gaming industry is a rather risky bet, especially because this would involve investing more aggressively in powerful hardware capable of running more demanding tasks. But the company hopes to achieve a high customer satisfaction rate with the same recipe as before, once again going for more or less modest technical specifications paired with Android. The Chuwi Hi9, which is marketed as an Android gaming tablet, is the company’s first step towards becoming a gaming hardware manufacturer, despite the spec sheet that’s not necessarily breathtaking at first glance. [ORIGIMG=2] In terms of design, the Hi9 is barely impressive. The 8.4-inch tablet ...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Full Specifications and Press Photos Leaked
Samsung will take the wraps off the new Galaxy S9 on February 25 just ahead of the MWC 2018 kickoff, but today the full specifications and official press photos leaked to the web in anticipation of this public launch. First and foremost, in terms of looks the Galaxy S9 will be very similar to its predecessor, though more substantial changes will take place on the back. The cameras and the fingerprint sensor will be placed in a vertical layout, with the Galaxy S9+ to also feature a dual-camera system. On the front, the Galaxy S9 will be nearly the same as the Galaxy S8, but WinFuture says a slightly smaller bezel is being used at the bottom, though it’s unlikely to be very noticeable. The Galaxy S9 will feature a 5.8-inch SuperAMOLED display, while the bigger plus model will stick with 6.2 inches. Both will feature 2960 x 1440 pixels resolution and the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Tech specs Just li...

HP Starts Selling iPhones and Macs
HP has recently announced in a press release (embedded below) that its Device as a Service (DaaS) business would be expanded with Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and the Apple Watch. This essentially means that HP will start selling Apple devices to its customers as part of the DaaS offering – this program has been launched to allow businesses to purchase new hardware with a subscription, rather than pay upfront. All Apple devices included in the program will benefit from HP support, managed services, and analytics, just like all the other products that are currently available as part of HP’s DaaS. All the 100 channel partners across the world will provide businesses with the option to purchase Apple devices, the firm says. “With the launch of DaaS for Apple, HP is offering the leading multi-OS device management solution and raising the bar on service delivery,” said Bill Avey, global head and general manager, Personal Systems Services, HP Inc. “Our e...