Here are the latest batch of Linux app updates, with new features distilled into an easily digestible format. Plus, instructions on how to install them too.
A new version of free, open-source video editor OpenShot is available to download. OpenShot 3.1 is primarily a bug-fix update to last year’s OpenShot 3.0 release, which was notable for introducing several major improvements including […]
Mozilla Firefox 111 is available to download. Shocked? Course you’re not! The latest release arrives bang on schedule, one month to the day of the Firefox 110 release (which was notable for featuring WebGL improvements […]
We look look at the latest changes and new features added to Pano, a visually-rich clipboard manager extension for GNOME Shell desktops.
A new network installer is in development for Ubuntu 23.04. The size of the ISO could be as low as 140MIB making it a good fit for USB & CDs.
Firefox 110 is available to download. This update to the web browser brings better WebGL performance and lets users import data from Vivaldi & Opera GX.
The new LibreOffice 7.5 release is available download. In this post I look at what changes and features the new version offers, plus where to download it.
A new version of ONLYOFFICE, an open source office suite for Windows, macOS, and Linux, is available. In this post we look at the latest features.
Skype (remember that?) continues to release new updates of its desktop apps, including on Linux. In this post I look at what's changed in the latest update.
Wine 8.0 is the latest stable release of the compatibility layer that allows Windows games and software to run on Linux systems. We run through what's new.
Mozilla Firefox 109 is the latest version of this open-source, cross-platform web browser. This update adds a new unified extensions button, plus bug fixes.
A quick post about the latest update to Black Box, a GTK4/libadwaita terminal emulator for Linux desktop that focuses on being 'beautiful' – and yup, it is!
GTK Paint.NET clone Pinta has a new version out. In this post I run through what's new, plus tell you how you can install Pinta 2.1 on your system.