Download the Ubuntu 21.10 beta to help test the next major release of Ubuntu ahead of its stable release in mid-October. In this post, see what's changed.
The first beta of KDE Plasma 5.22 has dropped. In this post we run-through the biggest changes and improvements, which includes adaptive panel transparency.
The Microsoft Edge for Linux beta is now available to download. Until now Linux fans of the Chromium-based browser have needed to use a developer preview.
Ubuntu 21.04 beta is now available to download. This build gives developers and eager beavers the chance to try out the OS and its many changes.
An official 1Password Linux app is available for testing ahead of a stable release next year. The beta is fully functional but require a 1Password account.
The Ubuntu 20.10 beta build is now available to download. This release gives users the chance to go hands on with planned changes, including GNOME 3.38.
Download Linux Mint 20 beta to help test things out ahead of the final stable release later this month. The beta includes a new kernel and many UX tweaks.
You can download Ubuntu 20.04 beta right now to help test the next major long-term support release of Ubuntu ahead of the stable release on April 23.
The Ubuntu 19.10 beta download is now available and ready for testing by users ahead of the final stable Ubuntu 19.10 release in October, 2019.
Users can sync OneDrive files on Linux using a beta build of third-party cloud storage sync client Insync, which is available for free during testing.
Download the beta of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo and help test the next major update of the Linux-based operating system due for release in April.
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.