This new extension for GNOME Shell makes it easy to add rounded bottom window corners to GTK3, Electron, Qt, and other desktop Linux apps, which is cute!
Material You on Android is a very popular personalisation trick, and now an enterprising developer brings it to Linux desktops via a new GNOME extension.
We run through the biggest changes in Linux kernel 5.19. The latest version includes a stack of networking improvement, hardware enablement, and more.
The stable release of Linux Mint 21 “Vanessa” is now available to download. This is the latest version of the Ubuntu-based distro, and it carries a sizeable set of changes compared to the Linux Mint 20.3 […]
Ubuntu's Firefox Snap package is tackling a longstanding criticism in the beta channels, namely the lack of native messaging support, vital for add-ons.
I usually use Conky to show 'Now Playing' info from music players on my desktop. I recently switched to Sunamu and in this post I share it with you!
If you’re impatient to get your hands on the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser you’ll pleased to hear Firefox 103 is now up on the Mozilla FTP ahead of a formal release […]
TopHat is a neat system monitor extension for GNOME Shell. It embeds three live updating graphs for CPU, RAM, and network usages directly in the top bar.
You’ll be able to buy the Dell XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition pre-loaded with Ubuntu from August, Dell has announced. The company’s boldly redesigned XPS 13 Plus is also now certified for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. […]
Curtail is an image compressor for Linux desktops. Built in GTK, it optimises JEPG and PNG images to reduce image file size without reducing image quality.
Cider is an open source Apple Music client for Windows, macOS, and Linux – the latter not having an official Apple Music app, making this one unique.
Need to translate one language to another? Skip opening a browser tab and install Dialect. This neat GTk4 translation tool can do it all – and then some!