Heard of the Sovereign Tech Fund? I hadn’t, but the GNOME project has bagged itself a whopping €1 million investment from them. GNOME plans to use the cash to “modernize the platform, improve tooling and […]
Wallpapers – you know I love ’em. Ubuntu 23.04 comes with a small selection of (largely lobster themed) wallpapers out of the box. The choice isn’t vast or varied so you may find yourself looking […]
The GNOME project has announced the release of a new version of their hugely popular open-source desktop environment. GNOME 44 includes a number of core improvements spanning eye-catching new features through to more subtle enhancements […]
Mouse cursor effects are a great way to draw attention to an area of the screen during screencasts and presentations. Here's how to enable one in Ubuntu.
This neat extension for the Nautilus file manager allows you to right-click on files and folders to write text notes (with Markdown support) or add emblems.
The 'MoreWaita' icon theme is a community-based project providing Adwaita style icons for a swathe of Linux apps, including VLC, Steam, Krita, and Spotify.
Whether you’re an eager GNOME acolyte or just a casual admirer, there is a lot to enjoy in the latest version of the GNOME desktop environment. GNOME 43 arrives six months after the (rather) substantial GNOME 42 […]
Evolution email client (though it can do a lot more besides email too) is sporting a MAJOR UI change in the latest development builds: CSD, at long last!
In this article I share the best new features in GNOME 43 and its many improvements. There's lots to see, including a MAJOR redesign of the status menu.
Rubber banding, a cute animation, and fixes for several long-standing inconsistencies feature in the latest development builds of the Nautilus file manager.
In this post I get a little giddy over revised mockups from a GNOME designer that showcase the image viewer app I've dreamed of. Come mock me for it!
GNOME is set to receive a $10,000 boost from Microsoft. Don't panic: they're not trying to buy influence, but 'give back' to free software projects it uses.