Official Windows 7 support ends on January 14, 2020 for regular desktop users and no further security patches or exploit fixes will be released for free.
Unity is no longer the jewel in Ubuntu’s crown, but the much-loved desktop is still out there, sparkling. And I don’t mean on computers, but in anime!
The Cawbird Twitter client for Linux has a new release out. No major new features are added, but there a couple of notable improvements to check out.
Ubuntu 19.04 support ends on January 23, 2020. Canonical recommend that anyone still running the 'Disco Dingo' upgrade to Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine'.
CES 2020 was a little light on consumer-grade Linux tech but the Ubuntu powered Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition took pride of place over at the Dell stand.
It should be easy to enable dark mode in Ubuntu, as well as change GTK theme – yet it's not. In this post I argue why I think that this needs to change.
Firefox 72 is now available to download. The latest release of the web browser improves tracking protection and enables picture-in-picture video on Linux.
The NCSA Mosaic web browser helped to kickstart the web as we know it. Now, thanks to Snaps, you can install the Mosaic browser on Ubuntu & other distros.
Standard Notes, the encrypted, open source note taking app, is now available as a Snap app on the Snapcraft store, making it easy to install on Ubuntu.
Telegram v1.9.3 has been released with support for autoplaying video in chats and channels, as well as spell check on modern operating systems.
There are lots of exciting plans in store for KDE Plasma this year, including a redesigned default theme and replacement for the beloved 'Kickoff' app launcher!
Proton Calendar is a private calendaring solution from the makers of ProtonMail that uses end-to-end encryption of all events, titles and dates created.