OnlyOffice 6.2 is now available to download. This update to the free, open source office suite adds a crop of small (but welcome) new features.
The open source audio editor Audacity is much smarter at saving project files in its latest release. Audacity 3.0 intros a new and improved project file that makes it easier for people to work on […]
Using the Vivaldi web browser? If not, you might want to! The latest release of the Chromium-based browser touts performance boosts and enhanced features.
Fedora's new logo is ready for roll out. The new design mark and logotype were showcased in a recent community council meeting, which you can watch here.
A slew of substantial memory improvements feature in Google Chrome 89, the latest stable version of Google's phenomenally popular web browser.
The 7-Zip alpha for Linux brings the popular file archive and extracting tool to Linux desktops for the first time in the form of a command line client.
Designs for the new Ubuntu installer have been shared by the Canonical design team, giving us our first look at what's in store for the set-up element.
Future Ubuntu apps made by Canonical will use Flutter, Google's open-source UI framework. We ask whether this news will help or harm the Ubuntu experience.
Firefox 86 adds support for multiple picture-in-picture windows (multitaskers rejoice) and a major privacy boost through total Cookie protection. Nice!
Plans to bring Rhythmbox's dated UI into the modern era have hit a snag, with contributors pressing for change at odds with those who gatekeep the codebase.
Using Windows Subsystem for Linux 2? If so, you may be interested to know that a new Linux kernel is available to install through Windows Update. Yes — writing that sentence feels very weird! Canonical’s […]
A major GNOME Software revamp is on the way that will dramatically improve the appearance of the app and boost discoverability of software. Mockups within.