Everyone at Mageia is very happy to get the first step towards Mageia 7 released! Mageia 7 beta 1 comes with lots of exciting changes and updates, and while a beta with lots of development work, it has been a nice release for a beta, not needing too many rounds of building to get workable images.
In 2010, we announced Steam Play: a way for Steam users to access Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Steam games with a single purchase. More than 3000 of the games that have been added to Steam after that point have included Linux support, with more titles being added every day. Since then, we've continued to look for ways to make more titles easily accessible to Linux users.
We know that using swap space instead of RAM can severely slow down the performance of Linux. So then, one might ask, since I have more than enough RAM available, wouldn't it better to remove swap space completely?
The short answer is, No. There are performance benefits when swap is enabled, even when you have more than enough RAM.
The new Firefox Quantum browser from Mozilla brough tons of new features and updates. It is now faster, lighter and more organized than ever it was before. However, with the new Firefox Quantum technologies which detached the older APIs used for complete themes and other add-ons, users were having a hard time customizing the browser's interface.
Sunday, July 16 2017 @ 09:02 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The whole Mageia community is extremely happy to announce the release of Mageia 6, the shiny result of our longest release cycle so far! It comes with many new and exciting features, a new range of installation media and the usability and stability that can be expected from any Mageia release. See the Release Notes for extensive details.
We all love paintings. Paintings are a sort of art that are mystically beautiful, exploring and blazing. Nowadays on Linux, there are many powerful applications that are available for painting and drawing purposes but Krita is one of them that stands out of everything.