Like over-the-top desktop interaction animations? The latest update to the Burn My Windows GNOME extension has added a new effect you'll love.
Development builds of Ubuntu 22.10 just received an updated version of the GNOME Control Center (aka settings) app, which includes Ubuntu-specific options.
Thunderbird 102 is out. This update to free, open source e-mail client has tons of visual improvements on show, from colourful icons to a new address book.
BlueMail is a free, proprietary e-mail client with Linux builds. It supports most mail providers and protocols, has a large feature set, and now a new look.
A new development version of Pitivi video editor is out and it boasts some major new features. The GTK-based video editor is currently in the midst of a GTK4 port as part of this year’s […]
Mozilla Firefox 102 is out with a host of small but welcome improvements, including support for GeoClue geo-location detection on Linux desktops — nice!
Rubber banding, a cute animation, and fixes for several long-standing inconsistencies feature in the latest development builds of the Nautilus file manager.
Various enhancements are on offer in the latest version of ArcMenu, a popular GNOME Shell extension that adds a traditional app menu to the GNOME desktop.
We look at the latest improvements to Clapper, a slick GTK4/libadwaita media player designed for GNOME desktops and has experimental Pipewire support.
When it comes to screenshot tools for Linux nothing rivals the feature set offered by the Qt-based Flameshot — and the app just got a major update.
Linux Lite 6.0 is out based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Linux 5.15, and Xfce 4.16. There's a new theme, a new system monitor, and a huge web browser change.
In this post I get a little giddy over revised mockups from a GNOME designer that showcase the image viewer app I've dreamed of. Come mock me for it!