Deepin Linux devs shared this video demo of a new app launcher experience coming in Deepin 20. The new app launcher is more immersive than before.
Deepin 15.11 is the latest release of the popular (and very stylish) Deepin Linux distro. We look at the notable changes the new update offers.
Deepin 15.8, the latest version of the Deepin Linux distribution, is now available to download. Building on its previous (well received) release, Deepin 15.8 adds some polish and refinement, boasts a smaller download size, and makes a […]
After months of testing the first stable release of Ubuntu-based Linux distro Deepin (previously known as 'Linux Deepin') is now available for download.
The first release candidate of Ubuntu-based 'Deepin' Linux distribution has been made available to download ahead of a stable release.
Ubuntu might well be the world's most widely used flavour of Linux distribution, but whether it's the best remains a hotly contested, hugely contentious topic.
A video demoing key changes to be found in the upcoming stable release of Ubuntu-based Linux distribution 'Deepin' has been posted online.
As the editor of an Ubuntu-based website it's no surprise that I am continually having to add, edit and remove packages and repositories from my install. To help my - and others - work-flow Linux Deepin developer Bhawani Singh has crafted together a Unity quick-list that puts right-click access to the following package management apps via an item in the Unity launcher.
Installing software just got easier: The Linux Deepin Software Center is now available to install in Ubuntu 11.10. The software store is easily the gems in the crown of Ubuntu-based Chinese Linux distribution 'Linux Deepin'. It sports a clean layout, low-resource usage, and integrates package management features not present in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
As visually slick as Ubuntu’s new ALT+Tab switcher looks I will confess to missing the days of old where even the most mundane elements of the desktop were made needlessly blingy via a compiz plugin […]
Were it an actual physical place then the Linux Deepin Software Centre would surely take the form of a high-end department store. With a custom look, an easy to navigate layout, and a number of intuitive features the Deepin Software Centre makes Ubuntu's default store look a bit... last season. So keep up with the trends: here's how to run the Deepin Software Centre in Ubuntu 11.10...
Ubuntu users envious of Chinese Linux distro’s slickly-styled ‘Software Centre’ won’t nee to be green-eyed for too long: it’s coming to Ubuntu. Aenon Sun, an employee of the company who support the Ubuntu-based distro, left […]