Latest Linux Reviews

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VMware Workstation 3.2 Review

OK. I have been a VMware Workstation user for quite a while now. As always each new VMware Workstation release offers new features and fixes bugs that plagued its predecessor. I use the hell out…

Dell Latitude C840 Mobile Workstation Review

For the last two years I have been using a notebook as my daily base of operations. As a "road warrior" I like to have all of my programs, files, etc on hand at all times. I love the freedom of…

ATI Radeon 9700 Pro Review

ATI Radeon 9700 Pro Review

ATI's latest evolution, the Radeon 9700 Pro has taken quite a few people by surprise as well as introducing a new standard of performance that will win you over faster than a kid in a candy store…

Engarde Secure Linux Professional Review

Most people who know me often tell me that I am paranoid. I say that I have good reason to be. Hacker attacks and malicious code are just a few examples of why I am cautious with my computer…

RedHat Linux 7.3 Review

As you may have already guessed from my previous articles I prefer RedHat's Linux distribution. As a loyal follower over the years I must say that RedHat 7.3 is the best Redhat has offered so far…

SuSE Linux 8.0 Professional Review

I was prepared for this review of SuSE 8.0 Professional to be a no-brainer. I had last used SuSE at version 6.4 before switching to Mandrake. I was basically happy with it then, and figured it had…

VMware GSX Server 2.0 for Linux Review

My latest entree into the world of virtualized environments is the VMware GSX server. For someone who doesn't spend much time running multiple iterations of a particular application, I viewed this…

Transgaming WineX 2.0 Review

Several weeks ago I signed up as a subscriber to TransGaming's Wine implementation called WineX. Their goal is to produce wine libraries capable of running Microsoft Windows games within Linux…

RAV AntiVirus 8.5 for Linux Review

RAV AntiVirus v8.5 for Linux Mail Servers, Servers, and Workstations is flexible and scalable, allowing independent configuration of the scanning module, fully independent from the Mail Server…

ECS K75SA Motherboard Review

Well, I was in the market to upgrade one of my home workstations. Since I work mostly from my laptop (Stay tuned for my Latitude 840 review) I really did not want to spend a whole bunch of money…