The System Monitor app Ubuntu comes with with does an okay job of letting you monitor system resources and oversee running processes — but it does look dated. Now, dated isn’t always a negative – […]
A quick post about the latest update to Black Box, a GTK4/libadwaita terminal emulator for Linux desktop that focuses on being 'beautiful' – and yup, it is!
Keep your music files tagged correctly with Ear Tag, a lightweight Linux app that built for quickly editing metadata for single audio files – I love it!
G4Music bills itself as a "beautiful, fast, fluent, light weight music player" and after using it I can't disagree. Learn more about this GTK4 music app.
NewsFlash is a GTK-based RSS reader for Linux desktops — now it's even better thanks to libadwaita, FreshRSS support, and new settings.
Some see libadwaita as an intentional roadblock, placed to get in the way of end-user customisation but this new app added to Flathub proves otherwise.
One of Linux desktop's most prolific — not to mention best, imo — theme makers has released a brand new GTK theme for us all to go gaga over: Nephrite.
In this article I share the best new features in GNOME 43 and its many improvements. There's lots to see, including a MAJOR redesign of the status menu.
I run through 7 major changes to the Nautilus file manager in GNOME 43. From adaptive sidebar and new sorting options to deeper integration with Disks app.
Material You on Android is a very popular personalisation trick, and now an enterprising developer brings it to Linux desktops via a new GNOME extension.
Need to translate one language to another? Skip opening a browser tab and install Dialect. This neat GTk4 translation tool can do it all – and then some!
Adwaita fans will be thrilled to hear the GNOME Firefox theme pack (which makes Firefox look like GNOME Web) has been updated to follow libadwaita UI.