If you were set to plan your weekend activities using the GNOME Maps application, you'll need to change course.
We’ve put together a list of best GNOME Shell extensions currently available as recommended by your fellow omg! ubuntu! readers. In June 2016 we asked reader to nominate their favourite GNOME extensions and, awesome folks that they […]
It's been 5 years since the GNOME 3 was first released. In a talk at OSC2016, GNOME dev Tobias Mueller walks through the major changes since.
GNOME Music is a capable music player for the GNOME desktop, but it lacks many of the features that make rival apps like Rhythmbox and Clementine so popular. I might be old school but I still to use […]
Want to help test a new version of Ubuntu Software? Will Cooke, Ubuntu desktop manager, posted a call for testing on his Google+ page, where he explains: “Before we push this in to proposed for Xenial, we’re […]
How often do you use GNOME System Monitor? I (thankfully) don’t. The only time I do is when a background process is going rogue… But if GNOME’s designers manage to implement a proposed top-to-bottom redesign of the app […]
The release date for GNOME 3.22 has been pencilled in, with work on the next major release of the open-source desktop kicking off in April.
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.
Developers working on GNOME's NetworkManager tool are seeking your help.
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