Firefox released !

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Gnome 2.20 released!



GNOME 2.20 is the latest version of the GNOME Desktop: a popular, multi-platform desktop environment. GNOME’s focus is ease of use, stability, and first class internationalization and accessibility support. Based on Free and Open Source Software, GNOME provides all of the common tools computer users expect of a modern computing environment, as well as a flexible and powerful platform for software developers.

The improvements in GNOME 2.20 include: Improved support for right-to-left languages; desktop search integrated into the file chooser dialog; convenient new features in the Evolution email and calendar client; enhanced browsing of image collections; simplified system preferences; efficient power management and incredibly accurate laptop battery monitoring. Developers receive more help with application development thanks to a new version of the GTK+ toolkit, improved tools, and a great new documentation web site.



Office 2003 Service Pack 3 Released



Extending Window Live Writer Features

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Extending Window Live Writer Features

Windows Live Suite available for download


At the Windows Live blog, Microsoft announced the imminent availability of the new Windows Live Suite. The Live Suite seems to be primarily new versions of desktop software such as Live Mail, Live Photo Gallery , Live Writer, Live Messenger , and Live OneCare. Some of these are in beta right now, and some, like Photo Gallery, have not yet been publicly released.
These are desktop apps, in contrast to the other Live online services like Hotmail, Spaces, SkyDrive beta, and Home Page beta, which live on the web and are accessible from any browser. New today, in addition to updated versions of most of the desktop apps, will be a new installer that lets you select any or all of the apps you wish to install from one location. You can see a video of the new installer app in action at Microsoft’s Vista Blog. At the time of this writing, the new installer and new beta versions of the applications are not yet published on the Live Suite site, but Microsoft promises the bits will be live later today. Photo Gallery, in particular, should be worth a look as a huge upgrade to the existing Photo Gallery in Vista, and should also be available to Windows XP users.
Included in the suite :
Windows Live Mail (the desktop client)
Windows Live Photo Gallery
Windows Live Writer
Windows Live OneCare Family Safety
Windows Live Messenger (8.5)
Windows Live Toolbar


Gmail Video :)



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