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Here is the complete list of the most popular applications in the Ubuntu Software Center in May. Steam and Stormcloud remain the most downloaded applications.
Earlier this month Canonical released a new, long term support, version of its popular operating system (OS), Ubuntu. Nicknamed Trusty Tahr, Ubuntu 14.04 comes pre-installed with tons of great software, but even more is available through the handy Ubuntu Software Center which users will find in the applications launcher.
Well, actually I do not understand, why so many applications are outdated. I can make a complete list of apliaciones outdated, I think the goal of "Ubuntu Software Center", is to keep updated on the PC / Server. But I notice that the only applications that are updated are the "Core", "Firefox" and "ThunderBird".
I've been keeping my eye on Debian Squeeze (and Sid) for the past few months via live images, and in the course of the release's life there have been changes in the application lineup. Notable inclusions in the now-frozen Squeeze are the Ubuntu Software Center as an alternative way of managing applications. Yep, you read right: Debian is using the Ubuntu Software Center.
How to quickly get list of all applications installed on your UNIX/Linux machinesIn this tutorial I[he]#039[/he]ll try to present how to quickly get the list of all applications installed on UNIX/Linux hosts. The procedure applies to the most popular UNIX/Linux distributions but is also applicable to windows hosts and some other hardware (e.g.
Canonical has published a list with the most downloaded free applications on Ubuntu Software Center, for June.Splashtop Streamer, a high-performance audio-video streaming server, enabling remote access from an Android device (tablet/phone) or an iOS device (iPad/iPhone/iPod), is in the tenth place.Nitro, a task m... (read more)
UbuTricks is a program that helps you install the latest versions of several games and applications in Ubuntu. UbuTricks is a Zenity-based, graphical script with a simple interface. Although early in development, its aim is to create a simple, graphical way of installing updated applications in Ubuntu 14.04 and future releases.