GNOME devs plan a 'big cleanup' of code related to background wallpaper handling in GNOME Shell, which would result in the removal of several features.
We now know what Linux kernel version Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will use when released in April. If you were hoping for the very latest we're here to disappoint…
If you’ve been itching to hear some progress about System76’s new desktop environment, you’re in luck! Developer Eduardo Flores went hands on with early development versions of several COSMIC components and written about his findings […]
Ubuntu 22.04 may ship with GNOME 42 if all goes to plan, but it won't be carrying many GTK4 apps by default. Ubuntu dev Sebastien Bacher details why.
The full Ubuntu desktop experience can be run on a Raspberry Pi 4 with just 2GB RAM. Ubuntu devs detail the technical wizardry needed to make it possible.
Canonical is making changes to the system used for creating Snap apps, outlining its plans in a blog titled 'The Future of Snapcraft'. More details inside.
More cool Compiz-inspired effects for your Linux desktop including claw-ripping, tv tune-out, and Matrix-style dissolving. All totally OTT, all super cool.
A faster way to toggle settings in GNOME Shell is explored in these mockups from the GNOME design team. Though not final, they hint at an exiciting future.
The Maui Project recently shared designs for a new convergent Linux shell that will work across mobile devices and regular desktops — and it really fires the imagination. Now, “convergent” Linux UIs aren’t new. Ubuntu […]
As OS-prober is disabled in GRUB 2.06, Ubuntu 22.04 won't add Windows or other Linux distros to your boot menu. We explain why and share a fix.
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is going to be very orange. I didn’t want to write about this change quite so soon as a) it’s not finished or final and b) the code hasn’t landed in Ubuntu […]
Pop!_OS is now available for the Raspberry Pi. The sweetly-named Pop!_Pi is available to download as a ‘tech preview’ alongside the latest Pop!_OS 21.10 release from System76. While Pop!_Pi is the first version of Pop!_OS […]