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The Power of Linux (Almost) Everywhere


Judging the many heated debates in the open source community, one might think you either love Linux or hate it. For many business leaders, though, computer technology is not about a religious war between proprietary and open source software users. Rather, it is more of a discussion about which technology will help them run their businesses better, said Suse's Kerry Kim.
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Pale Moon Shines for Classic Firefox Fans


Much of the good stuff about Pale Moon is under the hood. Taken together, all of it contributes to a more efficient performance. For example, Pale Moon is optimized for modern processors such as SSE2. A lot of the built-in bloat of the Firefox code is removed. That gets rid of things like accessibility features and WebRTC. The social API code is disabled by default.
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Re: GNOME Again, GNOME Again, Jiggety Jig 5  stevendupuis   2014-09-29 09:50:08 
Re: Dan Allen and Sarah White: Documentation Dearth Dooms Open Source Projects 3  saintdanbert   2014-09-25 19:21:04 
Re: Farewell, Bonny Bodhi? 3  hairyfeet   2014-09-23 16:50:45 
Re: Freeplane: Solid Mind Mapping but You May Need a Map 4  medman   2014-09-22 13:58:50 
Re: Opera Sings for Linux Users, With Just a Few Sour Notes 2  jelabarre59   2014-09-22 12:00:44 
Re: Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two? 3  hairyfeet   2014-09-19 21:21:45 
Re: Fanning the Flames of the Systemd Inferno 4  tEtra   2014-09-19 12:47:38 
Re: FOSS' Documentation Dilemma 9  kannan-moudgalya   2014-09-06 08:30:18 
Re: Polishing the Rare Gem That Is Linux 10  albertfuller   2014-08-28 10:32:34 
Re: Open Source Software: Sailing Into Friendlier Seas 2  HiHo   2014-08-26 23:32:40 
Re: 'Extreme' Computing and Other Linux-World Problems 35  jpollard   2014-08-24 02:45:55 
Re: Loving Linux: Ain't Nothin' Like the 1st Time 3  jafcobend   2014-08-19 13:33:16 
Re: Scott Sanchez on OpenStack: Shifting a Mindset 2  scottsanchez   2014-08-18 10:06:58 
Re: Should Everyone Learn to Code? 10  noway   2014-08-13 07:45:21 
Re: Is Firefox in a Fix? 12  orwellian   2014-08-11 13:17:31 
Re: Peppermint OS 5: Light, Refreshing Linux 2  willgrimes28   2014-08-11 08:13:52 
Re: Linux Gaming: If You Build It, Will They Come? 3  hairyfeet   2014-08-10 11:25:30 
Re: The Shocking Truth About Torvalds' Home Office 2  gbarnett   2014-08-01 08:02:05 
Re: Nokia X, We Hardly Knew Ye 4  tracyannea   2014-07-22 01:38:00 
Re: Android-x86 Just Might Make a Good Linux Desktop Alternative 5  JohnCougar   2014-07-11 23:53:00 

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