macOS enlarges the on-screen pointer when you shake your mouse, making it easier to locate the pointer on screen. Now you can get this feature on Ubuntu.
Use GNOME Sushi to get a macOS 'Quick Look' feature in Ubuntu. Just select a file in Nautilus then hit the spacebar to see an instant preview – sound good?
I’m in the process of updating my guide on how to make Ubuntu look like a Mac to reflect the way macOS looks today, and the GNOME extension below fits in beautifully. Called “Compiz-alike magic […]
KDE Connect, the open source smartphone companion, is coming to macOS as part of Google Summer of Code 2019. A test build is available to download.
We’ve established how easy it is to make Ubuntu look like a Mac but theming Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based offshoot, is a little trickier. But no more. It’s now possible to make Linux Mint look like a Mac too, […]
The latest version of macOS comes with a “dynamic desktop” background that subtly changes throughout the day. In this post we show you how you to use it on your Linux desktop. As we said in our post […]
Apple has revealed details about the next version of its desktop operating system, macOS Mojave. As expected, macOS 10.14 is a major software upgrade. It brings a flurry new features to the fore, like better desktop organisation, […]