Looking for Linux Christmas gift ideas to give the tux-loving nerd in your life a memorable noel? Well, call me sudo Claus cos I’m here to help! It can be difficult finding appropriate gifts for […]
Here’s our list of things to do after you install Ubuntu 19.10 “Eoan Ermine” because hey: this stuff is good to know! For the record, we’ve written a list of ‘things to do after installing […]
You can use Ubuntu keyboard shortcuts to improve your productivity and make repetitive tasks faster and easier to perform. Now, you probably know a stack of keyboard shortcuts already. General actions like copy (ctrl + […]
The new GNOME 3.34 release brings a sizeable set of new features and changes with it, and in this post we look at the best. GNOME 3.34 is a substantial yet iterative upgrade that rounds off […]
Ubuntu’s default app launcher is the GNOME Shell Applications Overview but this full-screen grid of icons doesn’t suit everyone’s tastes. We share our favourite Linux app launchers, all of which work on Ubuntu & Linux […]
We recap the latest releases of the Fondo wallpaper finder, Foliate ePub reader and Shotcut video editor, all of which are available on Flathub.
The Ubuntu 19.10 release features a huge set of changes and tweaks. Learn what's new in Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine' and how to download it.
A list of things to do after installing Ubuntu 19.04 to help you get more from the latest Ubuntu release. Discover neat tools, top tips & useful tweaks.
The GNOME 3.32 release is here with a stack of new features and improvements in tow. We look at the 11 best features in GNOME 3.32.
We share a list of 23 Electron apps for Linux desktops, including Ubuntu, as well as macOS and Windows too. From RSS readers to chat clients and more.
Another week, and another stonkingly stellar selection of Linux apps updates have made available for us to enjoy or moan about. In this roundup we take in a user-friendly yet powerful non-linear video editor, a […]
Need a weather app for Ubuntu 18.04 and Linux Mint? These useful tools show the weather forecast directly on the Linux desktop.