Most Read on Let's Use Linux: March 2013

As a all that months, let's review the 10 most read posts en Let's use Linux during the past month of March.

Top 10: March 2013

  1. Best Linuxero Desktop: March 2013
  2. The direction of Canonical… the new Apple?
  3. Three linux tools for teachers
  4. Ubuntu will dethrone Windows in China
  5. KDE: welcome to the semantic desktop (part 1 & part 2)
  6. FreeNAS on Linux Handbook
  7. 2013 and Linux-related Employment
  8. Linux 3.8 kernel says goodbye to i386
  9. The state of the GNU / Linux Multimedia distros
  10. Ardor 3, the best free DAW to date, available for download

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  1.   Alejandro said

    Hello Pablo, as always congratulations for such a good meeting place for Linux users!
    In passing I would like to ask a question ... You know how I could do it, there is some extension or some mail client in which you can write emails and leave your dispatch scheduled by means of a timer.
    Example ... I write it today Wednesday, but I schedule it to be sent next Saturday at 06:35 am
    I use Gmail and when I asked their help site directly about it, no one responded.
    Finally, I think it would be a very good alternative for those who do not have internet daily, for the forgetful, for those who must travel and cannot write during the trip, for those who must send priority mail, but the day they must do so will be in an operating room and thus could give many more examples.
    From already thank you.

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