It is that time of the year again when we say goodbye to the current year and welcome the new year . It is also at this time when we look back at our work done for the year and find out which one we have done well. Here I present to you our most popular posts in 2012.
1. 5 Best Free Alternatives to Microsoft Visio
Microsoft’s advanced diagramming tool – Visio is definitely a great product, but it doesn’t come cheap too. If you are looking for a better and cheaper alternative, we have a great list of alternatives to Microsoft Visio.
2. Install Java Runtime in Ubuntu
It used to be a simple stuff installing Java runtime in Ubuntu, but with the withdrawal of Sun JDK from the repository and the addition of OpenJDK, things become complicated. Some people are fine with OpenJDK while others need Sun JDK to run their apps properly. Regardless which camp you are in, here are the ways to install Java runtime in Ubuntu.
3. Best Lightweight Linux Distribution For Older Computer
Even if you have a new PC, that doesn’t mean your old PC is completely useless. Install any of these lightweight Linux distribution on your older computer and I am sure it will run as if it was new.
4. 5 Best Free Alternative to Microsoft Project
Microsoft Project is yet another great Microsoft product that comes with a hefty price tag. For those who are looking for a free desktop project management tool, here are 5 of the best alternatives to Microsoft Project.
6. Install Android 4.0 In Virtualbox
The best thing about Android is that it is open source and can be installed in plenty of places. If you have never used Android before and wanted to know if you should switch to an Android phone, run it on your VirtualBox and see if you like it.
7. Fixing sudo Error in Ubuntu
If you play with the command line often and if you are not careful, you might get yourselves lock out of the sudo group and unable to carry out administrator tasks. Here is the way to fix it.
8. 10 Must Have Indicator Applets For Ubuntu
Indicator Applets are very useful in terms of providing quick information and play a very important role in overall Ubuntu experience. These app indicators lie on the top panel and the users can use these applets to control and/or access the application without even opening it.
9. View Instagram Profiles Online
Instagram started off as a mobile only platform and plenty of people are looking for ways to view Instagram photos on their desktop browser. Here is how you can do so: How to View Instagram Profiles Online.
10. Upgrade Gimp 2.8 in Ubuntu
Gimp 2.8 contains many new and improved features. If you are still using the older Gimp 2.6.x, upgrade it now.
That’s all for our 2012 roundup. Which post is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
Image credit: Year 2013 clock by Big Stock Photo.