OS Linux

Debian 11 Bullseye: news, download, installation

We looked forward to it in September. The latest version of the Debian operating system has just been released. A few days before the Debconf21 conference, here is a summary of what’s new on Debian 11 Bullseye. “After two years, a month and nine days of growth, the Debian community …

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Company unveils all-Russian PCs with an Arm SoC and Linux

iRU, a large PC manufacturer from Russia, has started mass production of systems based on key domestic components. This includes the Baikal-M-SoC, the motherboard and a Linux-based operating system. The systems do not boast of high performance, but are primarily designed for office tasks in various government institutions and state-controlled …

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Rust vs Python: A Comparison

“Rust combines compile-time accuracy with high performance.” The Rust programming language, developed by Graydon Hoare at Mozilla Research, was introduced in 2010. In 2015, the Rust project announced its first stable release – Rust 1.0. The multi-paradigm low-level programming language is used for general purposes and focuses on: security speed …

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Logitech Rally OS Review: 4K Meetings Get Even Better

The Logitech Rally video conferencing system is one of the most popular plug-and-play solutions for on-the-go meetings. The complete “Rally” range from Logitech includes the Rally Plus, Rally Bar Mini and Rally Ultra HD. Logitech designed the Rally Collection to ensure a better future of video communication, collaboration and teamwork. …

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Can the Steam Deck play all Steam games?

Valve, the company behind the giant PC game store Steam, has announced a handheld console that will compete with Nintendo Switch. The Steam Deck has a seven-inch display and is said to be able to play many of today’s AAA games. This will be Valve’s first path to developing a …

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