Google Chrome is a free web browser by Google that stands out due to its speed, versatility and safety.
Chrome’s installation process is simple and straightforward.
If you download the browser from Google’s Web site, it will ask you if you’d like to anonymously submit usage statistics to the company.
Google Chrome stands out for its speed and stability, undergoing many updates on behalf of its developers.
Use Chrome if you just want to use Google’s powerful services and nothing more.
Manage graphical display servers for GNOME
Easily turn your PC into a media center
The original browser of the Netscape
Fedora-based, the Linux distribution operation system
The Quantal Quetzal edition of Ubuntu Linux
Linux distribution based on Debian focused on security
Apache OpenOffice is a free office-suite alternative to Microsoft Office or Apple’s iWork Suite. The application is available in many languages and works on all common computers. Apache OpenOffice also works transparently with a variety of file formats, including those of Microsoft Office. Localizations of Apache OpenOffice are available in 27 languages, with more being
Stellarium is an open-source planetarium in 3D, available for the three main operating systems, where you can observe the night sky as though you were looking through a telescope. Stellarium brings astronomer-level features to stargazers of all levels of interest. It’s not quite as robust as its competitors, but it’s also a much faster program.
A community developed GNU/Linux distribution with an emphasis on KDE and Qt technologies, utilizing a unique semi-rolling repository model. Chakra Linux is an open source distribution of Linux a fork of the well known Arch Linux operating system, built around the powerful and modern KDE SC desktop environment. It features a graphical installer, automatic hardware