Firefox live bookmarks are a handy way to stay on top of the latest posts from your favourite websites (cough, cough), without needing to use a dedicated feed reading app or service like Feedly. They will certainly help you stay on top of […]
We go hands on with Trojita email app on Ubuntu, seeing how it compares to Thunderbird, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu, no PPA required.
We show you how to enable client-side decorations in Nautilus on Ubuntu, and you don't need to switch to a different desktop environment to do it!
Did you know that GNOME Shell hides a really useful GNOME Extensions configuration app? The gnome-shell-extension-prefs utility lets you configure and tweak preferences of your favourite GNOME extensions without needing to go to the ‘Installed Extensions’ page of the official […]
We show you how to set-up Flatpak on Ubuntu to install the latest Firefox Nightly build. If you've been keen to try Flatpak out, here's how!
It can be hard to keep track of which version of Mesa is available and where, with various PPAs peppered about the interwebs offering different snapshots at varying degrees of stability! But if you’re wanting to install […]
The view from the top of Glastonbury Tor is breathtaking. You can see for miles and miles across multiple counties in a stunning 360-degree panorama. When I visited I (naturally) couldn’t resist trying to capture the impressive view. Wanting […]
LibreOffice 5.3 was released recently, and among its features is an experimental Microsoft Office style Ribbon toolbar layout. And you may be wondering how to enable it. Well, we’ll show you how to enable the notebookbar […]
Want to install LibreOffice 5.3 on Ubuntu? We're gonna show you how to download and install it using a single Snap command — no PPA required!
Want to send SMS messages from the Ubuntu desktop? Well, now you can as Indicator KDE Connect has been updated to support sending SMS from the desktop.
Do you use the remote desktop app Remmina? If so you may be interested to know that a Snap package of the latest release is now available on Ubuntu.
KeePassXC, a community fork of the KeePassX password manager, is now available to install on Ubuntu as a Snap package.