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SuperX OS Greases the Classic Linux Wheel


SuperX OS has almost all of the applications that an average home or office user would want out of the box. It is quick and easy to add much more. Do not let the newness of this distro keep you from trying it. This latest release is far more developed than many Linux distros that have been around much longer. Libresoft did not attempt to reinvent the Linux OS wheel -- it made it better.
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Chrome Web Store Gives Bad Extensions the Boot


Google has given its Chrome Store a spring cleaning, ridding it of more than 200 browser add-ons and extensions that may have been delivering spyware and malware to users. "Obviously, they need to put more work into screening of uploads to the Chrome Store if it should be considered a trusted source," noted Martin Zetterlund, founder of ScrapeSentry.
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Re: Apple vs. Microsoft: Linux Bloggers Pick Their Poison 2  need2drinks   2010-05-06 09:47:52 
Re: PO'ed PS3 User Sues Sony for Nixing Linux 2  Runaway1956   2010-05-01 11:28:34 
Re: Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape 2  RSI   2010-04-28 09:17:42 
Re: GIMP Is No Lame Photo Tool 3  hairyfeet   2010-04-26 02:45:04 
Re: What Being Sexy Means for Linux 2  rhoderickj   2010-04-22 09:28:03 
Re: The Bank, the Linux User and the 9-Month Call for Help 4  the_Goat   2010-04-21 07:40:03 
Re: Why Open Source? 2  pogson   2010-04-16 12:01:15 
Re: Install Linux, Void Your Netbook's Warranty? 8  sam_albuquerque   2010-04-16 06:16:05 
Re: IBM and TurboHercules: The Patents, the Pledge and the Blogosphere Brawl 2  EddieWilson   2010-04-13 10:23:40 
Re: Hacks, Counter-Hacks and the Linux-Free PS3 3  sirnh1   2010-04-12 08:30:43 
Re: On SCO, Linux and What Will Happen When the exFAT Lady Sings 4  gmack   2010-04-10 15:08:02 
Re: Next-Gen Linux File Systems: Change Is the New Constant 3  DantePasquale   2010-04-09 10:53:19 
Re: Novell Scoops Up the Marbles, SCO Goes Home 3  RandomScot   2010-04-06 03:10:37 
Re: Sony Kicks Linux Out of the PS3 Club 4  MiD-AwE   2010-04-01 14:10:08 
Re: SCO Wins, Sony Switches to Linux, Pigs Take to the Skies 2  Barbie_H   2010-04-01 14:06:23 
Re: The iPad Cometh, and So Do the Linuxy Contenders 4  pogson   2010-03-31 11:59:43 
Re: Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software 2  averyotto   2010-03-28 15:24:43 
Re: AbiWord: Like MS Word but Without the Junk 2  revbish   2010-03-26 13:13:19 
Re: Would Linux Be Better Off Without the FSF? 3  pogson   2010-03-22 16:20:29 
Re: The Linux Desktop Will Have Its Day: Q&A With Canonical Founder Mark Shuttleworth 5  triplesquarednine   2010-03-14 10:53:32 

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