You can use an iPad or Android device as a second monitor on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS thanks to GNOME 42 and changes it made to RDP. We look at how to set it up.
The latest daily builds of Ubuntu 22.10 'Kinetic Kudu' come with GNOME's new GTK4-based text editing tool by default. Find out why Gedit has been replaced.
It's easy to disable animations in Ubuntu 22.04. You don't need extra apps or commands; a setting to turn off UI effects is now present in the Settings app.
Making your own dynamic backgrounds for use in GNOME 42 just got easier thanks to a new GTK4 app. It makes light/dark wallpaper creation a cinch.
The Dash to Panel GNOME extension now supports GNOME 42 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The extension combines top bar and dock into one unified panel.
The GNOME project today released GNOME 42, the latest version of its open source desktop environment. New features, UI tweaks, and performance gains are a staple part of every new GNOME desktop update, but none more so […]
You can take GNOME's brand new text editor and terminal client for a spin in Ubuntu 22.04, ahead of the stable GNOME 42 release this later this month.
We look at GNOME 42's new features in this run-down, including a new GNOME Shell theme, screenshot experience, libadwaita ports, and much, much more.
With feature freeze now in effect a huge drop of visual changes just hit the Ubuntu 22.04 daily builds, including GNOME Shell 42 and a Yaru theme update.
Being ill last week meant I missed a few last-minute additions to GNOME 42 as it readied its beta build. Belated or not, I want to spotlight this change.
The latest version of the Nautilus file manager is winging its way to Ubuntu 22.04. A number of new features and improvements are included as a result.
Timed wallpaper slideshows have been given the chop but something new takes their place: support for 'dark' wallpapers tied to the dark mode setting.