A new, improved storage panel is currently in development for GNOME Usage, the user-friendly system resource reporting and monitoring tool.
The retro-minded GNOME Classic session will see a number of usability improvements in Fedora 31, due for release in October.
Canonical has issued a statement on Ubuntu’s 32-bit future — and gamers, among others, are sure to relieved! The company says Ubuntu WILL now continue to build and maintain a 32-bit archive going forward — […]
The Raspberry Pi 4 is the latest version of the popular single-board computer. Its improved specs deliver desktop-class performance.
I carry word that users can now install the new Windows Terminal app on Windows 10 direct from the Microsoft Store – no need to build the app from source.
A forum post from a leading Ubuntu developer appears to contradict early suggestions that Ubuntu will drop 32-bit app support beginning in 19.10.
Pine64, the company working on the upcoming Pinebook Pro Linux laptop, have shared more details on keyboard options and connectivity specs in the device.
Wayfire is a open-source Wayland compositor designed to be showy. It recreates some of the best Compiz window animations and effects.
A number of improvements are headed to the default GNOME Shell theme ahead of the desktop's next major release. We spotlight the notable changes.
Snappy, the cross-distro app packaging format, has gained an experimental feature that lets users to install multiple versions of the same app.
If you’re a fan of the Arc menu extension for GNOME Shell you may be interested to hear that an update is on the way. A new version of the traditional-style app menu, which is […]
Ubuntu has confirmed plans to drop all support for 32-bit (i386) systems going forward, beginning with the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10 release.