Hot on the heels of the Ubuntu 19.10 beta come freshly spun test builds from Ubuntu’s family of flavours, including Ubuntu MATE and Xubuntu. By now we now have a pretty solid idea of the […]
The Ubuntu 19.10 beta download is now available and ready for testing by users ahead of the final stable Ubuntu 19.10 release in October, 2019.
Shotwell, the free, open source photo management app, has allegedly fallen foul of a patent held by Rothschild Patent Imaging, LLC.
The Librem 5, a crowdfunded Linux phone with user privacy at its core, has begun shipping to backers in the first of several planned "batches".
ReactOS 0.4.12 has been released with a number of new features, including window snapping, font tweaks, and a pair of new system themes.
Peek is one of my favourite bits of software. I don't use it often but when I do use it, I always appreciate how perfectly formed it is.
Ubuntu 19.10 will include 10 new wallpapers from the community, the winners of the successful Ubuntu 19.10 Wallpaper Competition.
Linux app launcher Ulauncher 5.3 has been released with a number of changes. We show you how to install Ulauncher 5.3 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Linux Mint.
InSync 3 has been released with OneDrive sync, a faster, more reliable sync engine, and better selective sync options for Windows, macOS and Linux users.
Microsoft has released an open source font called 'Cascadia Code' designed for 'command line experiences and code editors'. The font is free to download.
You can look forward to installing new versions of Firefox more frequently as the web browser is switching to a monthly release cycle.
Ubuntu developers have detailed the process by which 32-bit library and app compatibility will be maintained in Ubuntu 19.10 and up.