The Tux4Ubuntu project brings a touch of Tux to the Ubuntu desktop, with Linux mascot themes for GRUB, Plymouth, the Unity login screen, plus wallpapers and more.
This is going to be a super brief post — briefer than a British summer, in fact. Most us are familiar with weather indicators for the Linux desktop. Heck, i’d be surprised if you weren’t […]
Wish Gedit still had its toolbar? We show you how to install an older version of popular open-source text editor on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
I don’t own a ThinkPad, but I know that a lot of you do. A reader who doesn’t wish to be credited pinged us a link to a set of scripts that claim to “fix” touchpad and […]
This simple hack will let you make Skype voice calls using Skype for Web on Linux.
Running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and want to upgrade to the latest GNOME 3.20 release? Well, you can, and in this post we'll show you how.
Want to disable automatic system update notifications on Ubuntu? It's easy to do, and in this article we show you how.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS will replace the Ubuntu Software Center with a new app store built by GNOME. Users are being invited to help test the new store.
Whether you're a relative novice or a seasoned pro, we all want to get the most from our operating system. Ubuntu, like most modern OSes, has more to offer than what is presented at first blush.
Since its introduction back in 2010, the Ubuntu Sound Menu has proven to be one of the most popular and unique features of the Unity desktop.
Google recently announced the first set of Android apps available to run natively on Chrome OS, a feat made possible using a new 'Android Runtime' extension.
Linux distributions can be as feature-packed or as stripped back as needed, powering anything from inner-city signage to city council desktops.