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If you have used iTunes before and find it occupying too much space on your PC, maybe you should have a look at Clementine.
Based on the popular Linux only music player Amarok, the developers have made it multi platform.
Matthew Helmke posted an interesting article on his blog about stuff that is OK to do with Linux but it’s not OK while using Windows or even a Mac.
Among those are :
- Upgrade to the newest version legally and without paying money
- Have the latest version of the operating system run faster than the previous version on the same hardware
- Easily install and run different graphical interfaces if I don’t like the default setup
- Install twenty programs with one command
- Have the system automatically update all my installed programs for me.
- Install the same copy of my OS (Ubuntu) on multiple computers without worrying about license restrictions or activation keys
Apple CEO, Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air at MacWorld Expo last Tuesday.
The specifications :
- Core 2 Duo 1.6GHz
- 2GB DDR 2 667MHz RAM
- 80GB Parallel ATA Hard disk drive
- 13.3″ Widescreen TFT display
- Intel GMA X3100 graphic processor with 144MB DDR2 shared with main memory.
- Built-In ISight camera.
- Full size keyboard.
- 802.11n based wireless support & Bluetooth 2.1
- NO optical drive
- NO firewire
- NO ethernet
There’s no optical drive but Apple is offering a new software on this machine, Remote Disk. It enables you to install softwares using optical drive on another Mac or PC on the same network group.
The price is USD1799 and will be available in two weeks time. Malaysian may have to wait a little longer if you want to grab one.