It's been a good year for Linux distros with plenty of highlights and few surprises throughout the year. But here are my picks for best Linux distro 2021.
GNOME 41 just got its first major update. GNOME 41.1 is a point release billed as a 'boring bug fix update' with tweaks for GNOME Shell, Nautilus, and more.
A new version of Fedora Linux is available to download. We look at Fedora 34's new features and key changes, plus a link to download this new release.
Fedora's new logo is ready for roll out. The new design mark and logotype were showcased in a recent community council meeting, which you can watch here.
Here are the best Linux distros of 2020 according to readers of this site. Their selection includes the latest Ubuntu LTS release, Manjaro, and more.
Fedora 32 is available to download. The major update contains in six months worth of development, including GNOME 3.36, Linux 5.6 and more.
Lenovo Linux laptops preinstalled with Fedora Workstation will be available to buy later this year. The OS will be available on a range of ThinkPad models.
Ubuntu 19.10 will offer a flicker-free boot experience for users with modern Intel graphics and UEFI systems, thanks to a new version of Plymouth.
Fedora's Richard Hughes has announced that Snap plugin for GNOME Software is to be 'disabled' in Fedora 31, the distro's next major release.
The retro-minded GNOME Classic session will see a number of usability improvements in Fedora 31, due for release in October.
Red Hat has a new logo and typeface with a more modern look. The new logo is the first major update to the iconic Linux brand in almost 20 years.
We roundup another batch of recent Linux releases, including updates to the Geary email client, Raven RSS reader and the latest Fedora 30 release.