We show you how to install Sublime Text 3 on Ubuntu in three simple commands, using the official Sublime Text Linux repository.
An unofficial Latte Dock PPA finally provides Ubuntu users with an easy way to install Latte Dock and run it on the Plasma desktop.
It's easy to add folders to Plank, the popular Linux desktop dock app. Just drag and drop a folder full of files, photos or app shortcuts to the dock.
Unsure how to update GNOME extensions? You’re not alone. I’ve seen a number of people asking how to update GNOME Shell extensions these past few weeks, no doubt thanks to recent events in Ubuntu-land causing more people to […]
Etcher, a popular open-source USB image writer tool for Windows, macOS and Linux, has just issued a new stable release. Version 1.0 arrives almost a year to the day since we first introduced you to this easy-to-use image writer tool. The new […]
If you want to upload photos to Instagram from Ubuntu, you can! The photo sharing site now lets you upload photos without using the official Instagram app.
Linux Mint’s Clement Lefebvre has announced the release of Cinnamon 3.4, the latest stable update to the rather popular Linux desktop environment. Better yet you can already upgrade to or install Cinnamon 3.4 on Ubuntu using a PPA […]
Multiprocess Firefox mode is disabled on Ubuntu due to incompatibility with the Ubuntu Modifications add-on that's preinstalled. So, here's how to enable it.
This script automatically organizes the GNOME Application launcher into categories and folders, saving you from needing to create and add app folders yourself.
I love GNOME Shell — and no, not just because I’ve little choice now that is Ubuntu’s default desktop! But the more I use GNOME the more I learn that the desktop environment, like every other, has its own share of […]
If you use the main GNOME application launcher (the fullscreen one similar to macOS’s Launchpad) you may have spotted two folders among the app launchers: Sundry and Utilities. These app folders ship by default; you […]
Apparently force enabling hardware acceleration in Firefox for Linux can make Firefox faster. So, in this post, we'll show you how to try it for yourself.