Compiz-Fusion

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A Week ago, i heard that compiz-fusion has been released. Googling how to…. :D and found it!!!
It is not just a new name, quitely behind the scenes developers have been working hard and have come up with some stunning enhancements.
Zoom plugin has been almost rewritten with cool new features like select and zoom and panning, Cube has got reflection, there is now expo mode that can be used along with Cube.

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M$ Fonts in Linux

With the M$ Fonts installed we browsing will be better since the pages will look as the designer originally intended them to. Most webpages are designed with M$ fonts in mind. The stylesheet specify these fonts. On Linux, when these specified fonts are not available on your computer, they are replaced with generic equivalents. With these fonts installed, you will see the page as it was designed. To install the fonts, all you need to do (i use Ubuntu) is to install the msttcorefonts package.

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Beryl

I just found desktop effects…

What an awesome, I really think that we should be trying to get the fact that you can make your PC look pretty without paying in as many PC magazines as possible. So many reviews I’ve read of Vista have been “this is stable, yes it’s expensive, BUT LOOK AT THE GRAPHICS!!!!”.

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