The new GNOME 3.34 release is here and it boasts 'drastically improved responsiveness' through the GNOME Shell user interface.
The new GNOME 3.34 release brings a sizeable set of new features and changes with it, and in this post we look at the best. GNOME 3.34 is a substantial yet iterative upgrade that rounds off […]
A wave of usability improvements are on the horizon for the humble GNOME Weather app. The current version of the meteorological must-have might have made my list of the best weather apps for Ubuntu and […]
Batten down those controversy hatches (and stockpile some popcorn) because things are going down in Snap vs Flatpak town. Alright, it’s not quite as bad. But today saw a controversial — if slightly premature — […]
It may soon be easier to change GNOME Shell font thanks to a new patch that makes the GNOME Shell interface respect a user's font settings.
It looks like GNOME Shell is FINALLY adding drag and drop folder creation to the Applications Overview, with code implementing the feature pending merge.
A new, improved storage panel is currently in development for GNOME Usage, the user-friendly system resource reporting and monitoring tool.
A number of improvements are headed to the default GNOME Shell theme ahead of the desktop's next major release. We spotlight the notable changes.
Get a sneak peek at the new GNOME 3.34 wallpaper. It boasts a richer, warmer color palette than previous designs, and a less angular look.
The upcoming release of GNOME 3.34 will finally solve a long standing deficiency in the desktop’s background wallpaper management. Now, I’ve written about various quirks in GNOME wallpaper handling before, but it’s the lack of […]
These mockups from the GNOME design team showcase an vastly improved notification area and calendar for the GNOME Shell desktop.
Development work on GNOME Shell may finally resolve a long-standing issue with truncated app titles in the 'Applications Overview' grid screen.