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"This build of Firefox starts and react nearly as fast as Chromium, and with many tabs opened, scales much better in terms of responsiveness and memory footprint," explained the devs in the release notes.

Please note that Mozilla Firefox 52.0 Beta 7 is included in this ISO snapshot.

Among the updated components included in the Zenwalk Current ISO 220217 release, we can mention the Libre Office 5.3 office suite, Adobe Flash Player 24.0.0.221, unrar 5.4.5, gmusicbrowser 1.1.15.2, ffmpegthumbnailer 2.2.0, Transmission 2.92 Bit Torrent client, systemtools 9.1, tumbler 0.1.31, Chromium 54.0.2840.100 web browser, netpkg 6.3, firewall 8.1, libgtop 2.34, GNOME MPV 0.10 media player, and Geany 1.27 IDE.

The Seahorse 3.20.0, GNOME Disk Utility (Disks) 3.22.0, and Speech Dispatcher 0.8.4 packages are also included in the Zenwalk Current ISO 220217 image, which is available for download right now from our website for 64-bit computers.

) : slackware-14.1/Change -------------------------- Sat Mar 23 UTC 2013 xfce/Terminal-0.4.8-i486-1.txz: Removed.

Terminal -- , xfce4-terminal Terminal ( 0.4.8 0.6.1 ), /usr/doc Terminal-0.4.8.

2) lilo lilo, /sbin/lilo : - - initrd - /etc/lilo /etc/, , initrd, MBR/BR. The Foundation is an extremely low-overhead all-volunteer organization.If you are interested in contributing, please see our Sponsorship Page.In order to download Gajim sources, here is what you have to do: You first have to install git (apt-get install git under Debian) Then in a console, enter the following commands: git clone https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim Install dependencies, and build Gajim. You can run Gajim by typing the following: cd gajim and then ./Once you have the repository, you can update it periodically so it matches the latest version from the main repository with the following command: git pull You first have to install git for windows.In order to do that, download the binary here Once git is installed, the commands are the same with those under GNU/Linux. Enter them in an MS-DOS command line and you're done. You can find a tutorial on the way to install them On the Wiki.

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