GNOME Do vs Launchy

Launchy and GNOME Do are both two launcher programs that are designed to let you quickly open applications and files and perform tasks you want done quickly, with just the tapping of a few keys.

Previously, Launchy had been an open source solution, albeit for Windows only, and GNOME Do was the Linux solution.

Launchy is now available for Linux too, so I thought I would do a brief side-by-side ...

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OpenOffice.org 3.0 Beta on the Mac vs. NeoOffice 2.2.3

OpenOffice.org logo

OpenOffice.org 3.0 Beta is now out, and available to download. It has been a long time coming now, and one of the big new features being trumpeted is native Mac support.

I thought I would cross over to Mac OS X for this FOSSwire post, to compare the new native OpenOffice.org there to an unofficial fork called NeoOffice that has offered native support for a while now ...

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