Top Open Source Medical Billing and EMR Software

As the open source community continues to grow and thrive through the popularity of such enterprise ready platforms as Red Hat, the number of open source medical applications also grows with it. The truth is, medical software is expensive. Most health care providers – doctors, hospitals, dentists, independent clinics – have been under a lot […]

Recover data with your Linux is no longer a problem thanks to Test Disk and PhotoRec!

Article by Giuseppe Sanna Your beloved son, while heading back from a wonderful holiday, has magically overcome all the intricate steps of the camera and was able to remove hundreds of photos of the entire trip? Have you carelessly formatted an hard disk? Have you corrupted the file system of a SD card or USB […]

Your old PC can be an useful download center, here’s how

Article By Giuseppe Sanna There are many articles covering the subject of trashware. You do not know what is this phenomenon? Trashware is when you use a PC, perhaps obsolete, to do something useful, especially using Open Source software with low requirements, with regard to system resources. Today we will not speak about media center […]

Windows vs Linux Software

by Frank Harris-Smith Linux and Windows. It’s like comparing Apples and Oranges. Software can be compared, but how do you do so fairly and honestly? And what sort of presumptions should I make concerning where the reader of this article stands? I presume you are among the “rare” Linux users. Not easy at all. Let’s […]

Roundup of Linux Distributions for the Schools

An important field where GNU/Linux is gaining ground is that of schools, both primary and secondary. I think it’s important to teach children and young people that there is a whole world of open source software to explore, and that not everything that is connected to a computer means Windows and/or proprietary systems. There are […]