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Redesigning Tor, Goodbye OpenOffice & More…

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Also included: Remembering Vernon Adams, Red Hat vs. VMware, a new distro release, openSUSE Leap and ransomware that deletes files.

FOSS Week in Review

The summer of ’16 is all but […]

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Seigo Throws Flame, Office Suite Kumbaya & OS Face Off

Aaron Seigo, shown here in 2011, is never one to shy away from a good discussion or debate. Credit: Creative Commons Attribution (2.0) image from 8038433@N06's photostream

FOSS Week in Review

Flamethrowers and a kumbaya that will probably never happen: Yep, that’s the kind of week it was this week in the land of free/open source software.

Wearing your fireproof underwear? KDE’s […]

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What a Layperson Can Gain From an Enterprise Open Source Conference

Here at FOSS Force we’re very proud to be an official media partner for the Great Wide Open conference that’ll be held in Atlanta next week. Because this is an enterprise conference, I don’t think […]

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Using FOSS in a Windows-Centric Corporate Environment

FileZilla, a free and open source FTP client that can run on Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux.

You have probably installed Linux on your work laptop and impress your […]

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Microsoft Cranks Up FUD Machine

If I were Yogi Berra, I might say something like, “When times get desperate, the desperate get desperater.”

We’re hearing reports that Microsoft is having trouble pushing copies of the whiz-bang don’t-call-it-metro Windows 8 […]

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