You can snap windows to corners in Ubuntu using WinTile, a quarter tiling extension for GNOME Shell. In this post we look at the add-on in more detail.
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 […]
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 […]
Ubuntu's current desktop icons implementation is a little lacking – so it's finally doing something about it in Ubuntu 21.04 'Hirsute Hippo'. Learn more.
Add fuzzy search to GNOME Shell using this free GNOME extension. It returns fuzzy matching app results in the GNOME Shell applications screen.
Control Philips Hue lights from your Ubuntu PC check with this neat GNOME extension. It lets you turn bulbs on or off, adjust brightness, and more.
I’m in the process of updating my guide on making Ubuntu look like a Mac to better reflect the way macOS looks today, and the GNOME extension below is going to fit in beautifully. Called […]
Task Widget is a GNOME extension that shows your to-do list in the GNOME message tray. Learn what it can do and how to install it in this post.
The developer behind the Arc Menu extension for GNOME Shell has decided to quit. We look at the reasons why he's stopped and ask what's next.
Users can install Material Shell on Ubuntu 20.04 from the GNOME Extensions website. Material Shell offers a tiling window experience inside GNOME Shell.
Looking for a fancy new way to launch your favourite apps in GNOME Shell? The innovative GNOME extension featured in this post is primed for testing.
A new version of Arc Menu has been released (version 48 for those keeping count) and it sees the app launcher alternative level up in several crucial areas.