Last month we mentioned that the folks involved with Fedora were scoping out feedback on a potential redesign of the Fedora logo and typeface. A number of possible designs were put forward, and based on […]
A new Linux wallpaper app appeared on Flathub this week, and I figured I’d give it a spin — result: my desktop now looks gorgeous. Fondo is a very simple app with a very simple […]
Open-source video player VLC today celebrates a gargantuan milestone — it’s 3 billionth download! The devs behind app say this is the total number of downloads they’ve been able to count via their website, with […]
The Linux Mint 19.1 beta downloads are up, ready for testing. Linux Mint 19.1 features a number of changes, including a new panel layout and updated apps.
Our Ubuntu 18.10 review looks at the new features the 'Cosmic Cuttlefish' brings to ask if latest version of this Linux distribution is worth downloading.
We show you how to upgrade to Ubuntu 18.10 from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. It's easy enough, and you already have everything you need — so let's get started!
Go grab it — the official Ubuntu 18.10 beta release is now available to download. Developers, bug battlers, and enthusiastic fans alike are invited to download Ubuntu 18.10 beta to help test the release ahead […]
Wobbly windows and other animated desktop effects could return to Ubuntu thanks to the 'libanimation' project created by a former Compiz developer.
Yu can now download Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS. We bring you up to speed on the new features, kernel version and changes on offer in this first LTS point release.
Open source Windows OS clone ReactOS has just made a new version available to download. Take a look at new features shipping in ReactOS 0.4.9, and learn how to download and install it for yourself.
A new version of the hugely popular GIMP image editor is available to download. GIMP 2.10.4 is (despite the number) the second minor release of the editor since the GIMP 2.10 arrived back in May and […]
Application menus in the GNOME Shell desktop environment may be about to move. GNOME developers have proposed moving app menu entries back inside applications windows, in to the “hamburger menu” that most modern desktop apps use. “This […]