Nautilus 40 is winging its way to the Ubuntu 21.10 daily builds. While it’s arrival isn’t the most newsworthy event set to occur this cycle, Nautilus 40 carries a small crop of improvements and features […]
GNOME 40 arrived in Ubuntu 21.10 daily builds this week. In this post we take an early look at how the revamped GNOME Shell desktop works in Ubuntu.
Dash to Panel now works with GNOME 40 — hurrah! The latest update to the perennially popular GNOME Shell extension introduces full support for the rejigged GNOME 40 desktop, including its horizontal workspace switcher and […]
GNOME 40 striking new layout can b taken to the next level with this GNOME extension that blurs out static parts of the UI. The results are very impressive.
If you’re a dedicated Dash to Dock user I’ve some good news: GNOME 40 support is in the works, and in this post I show you how it’s looking! First some background. While I dig […]
The GNOME project has shared the official release video for the GNOME 40 release. The clip is short, but perfectly formed, as you can see for yourself.
GNOME 40 has been released. The latest version of the GNOME desktop environment contains a number of changes, new features, and design tweaks.
GNOME 40 features bold design changes and several new features. In this post we rundown what's new in detail, with plenty of screenshots to show you.
A major GNOME Software revamp is on the way that will dramatically improve the appearance of the app and boost discoverability of software. Mockups within.
GNOME 40 and GTK4 won't be in Ubuntu 21.04. Ubuntu devs have opted to stick with GNOME 3.38 and GTK3 as default, citing several reasons for this decision.
Major GNOME Shell design changes are coming, but not everyone is please. GNOME devs share an update on their progress and urge users to 'wait' to try it.
GNOME developers have unveiled an ambitious set of UX changes they hope to implement in GNOME 40. We take a closer look at the proposed redesign.