I decided to go back to my Linux roots and revisit one of the first Linux distributions I ever used: ALT Linux.
Easy Note Taking with TDE and KNotes
Here’s a real simple way of using KNotes, in TDE, to capture information from your web browser for use in your other applications.
Touch-pad Tap On/Off Switch for TDE
Here’s a process on creating keyboard shortcuts for your Trinity Desktop to quickly and easily turn the tapping gesture on your netbook’s touch-pad on or off “on the fly”.
Exe GNU/Linux: A Year In Review
It’s been over a year since I decided to install Exe GNU/Linux onto my aging T61 Lenovo laptop. So, how has been Exe performing for me in all that time? […]
Returning to SeaMonkey
I really, really tried… I tried several times… I tried so very hard to stick with Vivaldi, but I must go back to SeaMonkey for my everyday web browsing. It’s […]
Go FISHing With Konqueror
A while back I shared some of my favourite tips for the TDE file manager, Konqeuror. One of the features that I didn’t bring up, mostly for the reason that […]
KeepNote: A versatile note taking app for TDE
This is a review of the very versatile yet easy-to-use note taking application, called KeepNote. Although the program has versions for MS-Windows, Mac, and Linux, I find that it is […]
TDE: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it
I’ve been a dedicated Linux user since 2001, and during the past eighteen years, I’ve tried many different Linux distributions and many different desktop environments (or DEs for short). Of […]