Xfce 4.16 carries improved support for fractional scaling using XRandR, as well as better handling of mis-configured scaling values.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS makes it easier to enable fractional scaling support thanks to a new toggle available in the System Settings app — so we try it out!
Using the Cinnamon desktop environment on a high-resolution display? If so, you may be pretty excited to hear that fractional scaling support is on the way.
Learn how to quickly enable fractional scaling support in Ubuntu 19.04 and GNOME 3.32 to access more display scaling values, including 125% and 150%.
This year (2019) promises to be a bumper one for Ubuntu. We’ve got two all-new short-term releases ahead of us: Ubuntu 19.04 mid April and Ubuntu 19.10 in late October. Both release will be packed full of […]