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The best and worst docks for Ubuntu

Docks became popular when Mac began using them in their operating system. But these days docks are available on all platforms.

So which ones should you avoid and which ones should you use?

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CNR, don’t use it

I’m going to be short about this one.

CNR is a kind of package manager that also has a website where you can download and install stuff.

It’s installed by default on freespire but can be installed on a number of distro’s (including ubuntu).

Why shouldn’t you use it?

1. You already have synaptic (in ubuntu, which has more software)
2. It has outdated software (like the lastest flash version hasn’t had the exploit fix)
3. The program itself has many security holes. (I’ve heard you don’t even need a password to install stuff).

Yeah, that was short.

Enlightenment 17

Enlightenment 0.17 is the next generation of UNIX graphical environments. It is not just a window manager, but it is also a desktop shell. A desktop shell means, a window manager plus a file manager, plus configuration utilitys all in one. They are not separated as usual. Now, let’s take a closer look at all E17 features.

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