A new version of the Firefox web browser is now available for download for Windows, macOS and Linux systems from the Mozilla releases server. Firefox 82 isn’t a feature-heavy release. Indeed, feature development for Firefox […]
I want to know if you plan to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.10 when it is released on October 22, 2020. And what better way to find out that by running a poll!
Want to use the Windows calculator app on your Linux desktop? Well, now you can. This unexpected app port is arrives courtesy of the Uno Platform. They took the source code for Windows’s default Calculator […]
The latest update to the Vivaldi web browser comes with an arcade game baked inside. Why? Well, why not! Learn more about this release in this post.
Can you believe it’s been six months since the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS release? It feels like only yesterday that we were getting excited about OEM boot splashes, Ubuntu dark mode, and the Snap-based Software switch. […]
Pitivi is an open source video editor for Linux desktops and the latest update to it adds a bunch of new features and welcome usability improvements.
New Linux kernel releases seem to pop out quicker than they used to, but since they’re always chock full of welcome improvements I’m not complaining! Linux 5.9 is the latest mainline kernel release to be […]
LibreOffice in Ubuntu 20.10 looks a different to that shipped in earlier versions. In this post we look at the tweak made and show you a comparison.
Is there a mobile app or service you really want to use on the upcoming Librem 5? If so, you now have the chance to make it a reality! Purism today launches its new “Fund […]
The first GNOME 3.38 point release is available to download. This update includes bug fixes for core desktop components like Mutter, and apps like Nautilus.
A new version of GIMP is available for download. GIMP 2.10.22 is described as a “bug fix release” but includes a number of notable new features too, not least of which is support for opening […]
If you’re on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and you’ve been waiting for the prompt that lets you upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS you can relax: it’s rolling out Confused? I imagine a lot of people reading […]