I launch headfirst into 2009, aka the era flashy Linux desktop effects, as I check out a new GNOME extension that enables a rotating 3D cube desktop effect.
'Sticky' is a desktop sticky notes app created by Linux Mint but available to install on Ubuntu. We look at its features and show you how to install it.
Firefox 95 is rolling out to users on Windows, macOS and Linux. This update has a new security feature and enhanced support for Slack. More details inside.
A new version of the free 3D creation software Blender is out and it looks phenomenal. Blender 3.0 comes with new features and updates like an upgraded ‘Cycles X’ rendering engine, 2-3 times better mesh […]
Vivaldi celebrates its 5th year of existence with a new update. The latest build of the feature-filled browser adds a translate panel and shareable themes.
Ubuntu runs on all sorts of things, from gateways to games consoles, and now we can add robot dog to the list! Chinese hardware company Xiaomi recently unveiled an experimental four-legged robot called CyberDog. Their […]
Switching between open windows in elementary OS 6 has changed. A recent update replaced the distro’s flashy (in both senses of the word) alt + tab experience with a simpler version. The new approach is […]
Did you know that Microsoft Edge for Linux has a hidden easter egg featuring Tux, the Linux mascot? I certainly until didn’t until today — but it does! You probably know about Google Chrome’s dino […]
A new beta build of CutefishOS is available to download. While things aren’t quite “daily driver” ready (yet) the distro provides a quick and easy way to try the latest developments in the Qt-based Cutefish […]
The image editing app Pinta has a new bug-fix release out. Pinta 1.7.1 is intended as the final update in the GTK2-based series, with a GTK3 build (dubbed Pinta 1.8) said to be nearly ready […]
Want to log your thoughts and memories without leaving the command line? Well, you can do so using jrnl. As its vowel-less moniker ably conveys, it is journaling app, albeit one with a big difference: […]
GNOME extensions are an easy way to add new features to the Ubuntu desktop. In this roundup we list the best GNOME extensions that work with Ubuntu.