We roundup a crop of recent Linux releases, including system cleaner BleachBit, open source video editor Kdenlive, and the phenomenally popular LibreOffice.
I’ve seen a tonne of Linux distros come and go in the 12 years I’ve been blogging about Ubuntu, but precious few have been designed exclusively for tablet use. So when I came across JingOS, […]
Wine 6.0 is the latest stable release of the open source Windows compatibility layer. Find out what's new and improved, and how to install it on Ubuntu.
For a powerful Linux gaming laptop look no further than the new Slimbook Titan. It's specs leave other Linux laptops in the dust, as you're about to see…
BeagleV is a cheap RISC-V development board with full Linux kernel support. This post highlights its specs, price, and details how you can buy one.
The home folder on future Ubuntu installs with have much tighter permissions by default. We look at the reasons Ubuntu devs have chosen to do this now.
Mozilla VPN now supports Mac and Linux. The subscription-based privacy service launched in 2020 but only for Windows, Android and iOS.
I know you're thinking "Joey, you've been here before", but this time it's different. Code has been committed and merged. A fix is finally happening.
A new version of the gThumb iPhoto manager and app viewer is available to download. In this post we look at what's new in the gThumb 3.11.2 release.
Firefox 86 features native support for AVIF image files across all major operating systems. This lightweight image format is up to 50% smaller than JPEG.
Major GNOME Shell design changes are coming, but not everyone is please. GNOME devs share an update on their progress and urge users to 'wait' to try it.
Linux Mint 20.1 is now available to download. Learn more about the new releases, including its new features, new apps, and key changes in this blog post.