Banshee will be sat on millions of Ubuntu desktops next april as Ubuntu 11.04's default music player - but some users think it could do with looking a little bit more native.
Mac OS X transformation pack, Windows XP transformations packs, Windows 7 transformation packs and I'm pretty sure there's a BeOS transformation pack floating around somewhere, too - but what about the OS that never was: Windows Longhorn?
When using my netbook I loathe having to use Empathy - or any instant messenger for that matter. But why?
Evolution is a little bit staid in the UI department - but don't fix what isn't broken right?
The following idea on creating an by Daniel Planas was posted to the Ayatana mailing list. I think it’s quite a novel idea so thought I’d share it here. Calling for ‘intelligent indicators’ Daniel’s idea […]
With photo manager Shotwell 0.8 adding video downloading/reading support many of us are going to find our lives made that little bit easier. Yorba‘s Adam Dingle posted the following call for testing on the Shotwell […]
Fed up of browsing the Software Centre in Ubuntu only to come across a neat-sounding application that lacks a screenshot? Here's how to help out!
Mark Shuttleworth recently responded to a Unity workspace mock-up the Ayatana Mailing List and revealed some interesting features of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty...
Reader Cullum Saunders pinged us with an interesting concept for an intelligent, friendly ambient boot screen, which he demoes in the video below. “It’s based on two ideas. The design teams idea for a wallpaper […]
Widgets on the desktop; some people can be quite snooty about them but there is a reason they are available by default on two of the most popular Operating Systems. ~Musl1m on DevinatArt thinks Unity has an opportunity there and has mocked up the following example of what Widgets on Unity could look like.
Avid Facebook users bored of the dreary login screen can now customize it with an image of their choosing using the Chrome/ium extension ‘Facebook Refresh’.
Now that the Maverick Meerkat has bandied on out into the real world it’s time for us here at OMG! towers (and likewise, many of you out there) to begin paying heed to Ubuntu’s next release - Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal.