Category: Open Source

My Gutsy Gibbon Has Arrived

After about 2 weeks of waiting, finally the Ubuntu CD (Gutsy Gibbon 7.10) I requested from their website arrived today! This is the second time i requested Linux CD from Ubuntu. The previous one was Ubuntu 5.04, 2 years ago. Actually, i have installed the Gutsy Gibbon in my machine using the CD i burned

Pidgin Goes Portable

After Pidgin (formerly known as GAIM) being released officially weeks ago , I wonder if there will be any portable version of released by the PortableApps team soon. But yesterday i came across Ady’s blog (where i downloaded the New Blogger Plugins) and guess what? Ady managed to make a portable pidgin! Though he was

Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 Released

Mozilla has released the latest version of their award-winning email client Thunderbird 2.0. What’s new? Message Tags: Create your own tags for organizing email. Messages can be assigned any number of tags. Tags can be combined with saved searches and mail views to make it easier to organize email. Visual Theme: Thunderbird 2’s theme and

Portable Softwares in My USB Drives

Sometimes, I need to have applications (FTP and email clients) which I can bring everywhere in my 1gb USB drive and plug in every pc i use (especially when my precious notebook is not with me that time). In case of emergency, it is quite troublesome to download these applications and install them in every