Posts Tagged ‘Laptops and PDAs’

Netbook Remix Interface

Monday, January 27th, 2014

"Unstable" version of 2.1, has the status of the Alpha, the latest available at the time writing material, in fact, remained quite stable and reliable. After a 15-minute installation the OS detect all the hardware components of the test notebook was fully ready to go. Here is the architecture Moblin 2.1 The main feature of Moblin – its Internet-oriented: according to a set of applications and functions most efficiently the OS can use people who "live on the web." Initially, the system has the most Deep integration of different Web services, including social networking, instant messaging, etc. The system interface is equally easy to work on conventional and touchscreen, is implemented using tabs located in the horizontal menu at the top of the screen. His points are familiar labels "Media", by which you can go to find audio and video content on the Web and on disk, and "Applications", leading to a list programs – as has already been installed on the netbook, and available for immediate download. The other tabs are integrated interfaces for social networking and tracking activity users-"friends." The system has its own built-in browser and a technology-based Mozilla, and IM-client Empathy. In general, the system interface for all its convenience seemed to us not configurable: for example, customize the display of the active keyboard layout in the taskbar at the current version of the impossible. Ubuntu 9.04 Netbook Remix Interface solutions Ubuntu Netbook Remix saves screen space use in the name of the OS instead of the word Remix usual for the production of Canonical Edition of the term is not accidental and suggests that significant differences from the version for the "full" of fixed and mobile PCs there are few – only the interface has undergone changes, in addition, added some interesting applets (special modules for the environment GNOME).