Switching between open windows in elementary OS 6 has changed. A recent update replaced the distro’s flashy (in both senses of the word) alt + tab experience with a simpler version. The new approach is […]
Did you know that Microsoft Edge for Linux has a hidden easter egg featuring Tux, the Linux mascot? I certainly until didn’t until today — but it does! You probably know about Google Chrome’s dino […]
A new beta build of CutefishOS is available to download. While things aren’t quite “daily driver” ready (yet) the distro provides a quick and easy way to try the latest developments in the Qt-based Cutefish […]
The image editing app Pinta has a new bug-fix release out. Pinta 1.7.1 is intended as the final update in the GTK2-based series, with a GTK3 build (dubbed Pinta 1.8) said to be nearly ready […]
Thunderbird 91 is being back-ported to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. A security vulnerability affecting the Thunderbird 78.x series both builds offer is being actively exploited in the wild. But as upstream support […]
Scrcpy is a super-useful Android mirroring tool for desktop PCs. The tool gains physical keyboards simulation and a high-res app icon in the latest update.
GNOME 41 just got its first major update. GNOME 41.1 is a point release billed as a 'boring bug fix update' with tweaks for GNOME Shell, Nautilus, and more.
System76 has revealed it is working a new desktop environment that is not based on GNOME Shell. The American company already maintains its own Ubuntu-based Linux distro called Pop!_OS. Presently, that distro ships with a […]
What is it they say about big things in small packages? The pint-size TUXEDO Nano Pro is able to hold its own against bigger Linux PCs. Learn more inside.
Updating firmware on Ubuntu is about to get a whole lot easier as Canonical is working on a new Flutter-based firmware updater app for Ubuntu desktop.
Firefox 94 is rolling out to Ubuntu users. The latest version carries a considerable set of changes aimed at improving the browser's performance on Linux.
What better way to kickstart a brand new month than with a brand new Linux kernel. Yes, Linux 5.15 is now officially released. Announcing the new kernel’s arrival on the Linux Kernel mailing list Linux […]