Ubuntu Linux is up and running on Apple Silicon thanks to developers working at Coreillium. They now hope to upstream their work on Linux for M1.
The home folder on future Ubuntu installs with have much tighter permissions by default. We look at the reasons Ubuntu devs have chosen to do this now.
Firefox 86 features native support for AVIF image files across all major operating systems. This lightweight image format is up to 50% smaller than JPEG.
Linux support for Apple Silicon? Not such a crazy idea, as one prominent Linux developer takes up the challenge to bring up Linux support on Apple's M1 processor.
Vivaldi Mail is now available for testing. This IMAP and POP compatible email client is built-in to the Vivaldi web browser in new snapshot builds.
LibreOffice in Ubuntu 20.10 looks a different to that shipped in earlier versions. In this post we look at the tweak made and show you a comparison.
The Ubuntu 20.10 beta build is now available to download. This release gives users the chance to go hands on with planned changes, including GNOME 3.38.
Linux Mint is working on a new sticky notes app. It lets users put Post It style notes on their desktop to show reminders, to-dos, and other tasks or notes.
Ubuntu 20.10 includes a new icon for the Ubiquity installer (the Ubuntu install tool). Not exactly breaking news but it's an important usability fix.
The developer behind the Arc Menu extension for GNOME Shell has decided to quit. We look at the reasons why he's stopped and ask what's next.
New GNOME development adds the long-requested ability to have desktop notifications grouped by application rather than appearing individually.
A version elementary OS for the Pinebook Pro Linux laptop is in development. Early access builds aren't production ready and come with limitations.