Discover the best GNOME 41 features in this overview, packed with info and screenshots. GNOME 41 has some brilliant new features you won't want to miss.
To log out of Ubuntu desktop session from the command line run the gnome-session-quit command, adding the --no-prompt flag to log out instantly.
We look at the changes present in MATE Desktop 1.26. Many new features have been added, including initial support for Wayland. Keen to learn more? Read on!
We look at LibreOffice 7.2, the latest release of this free open source office suite. Microsoft Office compatibility is better, plus cool new features.
Users can now download Zorin OS 16, the latest stable release and based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. In this post we look at the new features and key changes.
NewsFlash is an RSS feed reader client for Linux. Built in GTK, NewsFlash integrates well with the GNOME Shell desktop. Learn more about its features.
We show you how to access more Plank dock settings in elementary OS, so you can move the dock to the left, change icon size, and lots more.
Pinte64 unveil the PineNote, a 10.1-inch e-ink tablet running on Linux. Their e-ink tablet has an EMR stylus for note taking, and costs from $399.
What do a GTK audiobook app, a classy desktop dock, and a RGB peripheral control tool have in common? They have all had new releases recently.
Planning on taking elementary OS 6 for a spin this weekend? If so, there’s a handy third-party tool I want you to keep in mind. See, some Linux distros try to be all things to […]
Thunderbird 91 is out with substantial improvements to the way this open source email client feels and functions. Want to take a closer look? Read on!
The Shutter screenshot tool is under active development again so the official Shutter PPA has been revived to make it easy to install Shutter on Ubuntu.