Is it a mic? Is it a speaker? No, it's a … well, actually GNOME doesn't know either — but the open-source desktop is about to be smarter about finding out.
Nautilus 3.20, and a host of GNOME 3.20 apps, will ship by default in Ubuntu 16.10 'Yakkety Yak', with new versions already available for testing.
Running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and want to upgrade to the latest GNOME 3.20 release? Well, you can, and in this post we'll show you how.
GNOME 3.20 is here, and it's packed with goodies. IN this post we look at the 11 best changes.
GNOME 3.20 has been released. Six month and almost 29,000 changes later, the latest version of the popular free Linux desktop is ready.
GNOME Photos adds Instagram-Style image filters in its upcoming v3.20 release.
Nautilus 3.20 will include more icon zoom level options. Is that the sound of flaming torches I hear being extinguished? The File manager plays such intrinsic role in the desktop. It’s almost like the glue that binds […]
GNOME Maps 3.20 will allow users to add and edit OpenStreetMap data for points of interest, such as businesses, restaurants and cafes.
GNOME designers reveal their plans to dramatically redesign the GNOME system settings app, reduce complexity and improve user-friendliness.
Polish to the UX of wireless connections and sound devices is coming
Finding files in Nautilus, the default GNOME file manager, is about to get a whole heap easier.