Way to go Piriform! I haven’t seen a defragger that made me this happy since MS-DOS 6.22. I could continue to gush about this, but really, the proof is in the pudding.
Originally published at www.linux.com on December 09, 2008 at 09:00 AM; reprinted with the author’s permission.
Digital video recorders (DVR) are becoming more and more mainstream. TiVo, in fact, has passed the truest test of any popular technology — having its name transformed into a verb. MythTV, a free and open source application that lets you turn a computer into a DVR, burst on the scene a few years ago, and has found fans among Linux users. However, with a little effort, it’s possible to run MythTV front ends on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Xbox, and even an Apple iPod Classic.