Category: Reviews

  • Review: Linux Mint 7

    Linux Mint 7 is a distribution based off of Ubuntu. For those people who do not know where Linux Mint has been developed in Ireland. Mint is a w0nderful distribution to use. Mint is very easy to use and I had no problem using it.Mints signature color is green… like mint leaves. The 7th release […]

  • Review: Ubuntu 8.04.3

    I have installed Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS in a virtual machine. The specs of the virtual machine are the same as they always are: 512 mb of RAM 8 GB Hard Drive When I installed the OS it was a no brainer as it was so easy. I tend to forget how easy it is to […]

  • iPod and iPhone Applications Review: Bubbles

    Bubbles is an iPod Touch and iPhone application that is, well, different from the other bubble popping applications. Bubbles is a “game” that you can create bubbles by placing one or two fingers on to the touch screen and drag them around. That creates the bubbles that are going to be on the screen. Then […]

  • Brasero: The Default Ubuntu CD/DVD Burner

    Brasero DVD Burner is a nice looking, easy to use burner application for people who just like to have the default applications that come with the OS. (Operating System). I do like Brasero, though I would use the program GnomeBaker as I find it faster and easier to use then this program. Overall this is […]

  • DeVeDe: A DVD Authoring Tool

    Well you may be asking what type of program is DeVeDe? It is a DVD authoring program where you can put video clips or movie files into a DVD that will playback your movies or clips. I found this program in the Ubuntu Repositories along which I will be reviewing a few others along with […]

  • Review of Flock 2.0 Beta (two)

    Flock is a great browser which is for people that are very social. I for one am not very social, though I am going to not make any judgment for this in any part of my review. This browser is cool looking, fun to use, and enjoyable to work with. I really do like this […]

  • Civilizations Revolution (Nintendo DS) Review

    Civilizations Revolution is a game from the Sid Meiers Civilization line of products. This time around the games have been released to the game consoles like Nintendo DS, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360. There is not a PC version, though I hope that it may come out or have Civilizations 5 come out soon. So […]

  • Ryan Orser’s Windows Vista Review

    I have been using Windows Vista for over a week now. Why I chose to review Windows Vista I am unsure, but for reasons unknown I installed it. In the future I will review Windows Vista SP1 even though it’s likely the changes will be small. The specifications of my laptop are as follows: AMD […]

  • Mandriva One 2008.0 Review

    This installation of Mandriva 2008 only took about 20 Minutes. I installed the KDE Live CD onto my laptop harddrive. Mandriva has its ups and downs though this is the first distro that I have used in the last few weeks that will actually configure your wireless and nvidia graphics card for you, and the […]

  • Open SuSE Linux 10.2 Review

    OpenSuSE 10.2 Review: I know its’ a little late for this now because 10.3 is out, but I am going to review OpenSuSE Linux 10.2 anyways. Here are the pros: Uses Gnome, KDE, or any other Window Manager that you can select from a list. Works on my laptop, though I did need to put […]