Ubuntu's upcoming release carries a fresh crop of desktop wallpapers — but one background in particular will be VERY familiar to long-time Ubuntu users.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS makes it easier to enable fractional scaling support thanks to a new toggle available in the System Settings app — so we try it out!
For a Linux distro with the wow factor check out Ubuntu Kylin 20.04. The new UKUI 3.0 desktop environment is looking fantastic, as these screenshots show.
New beta builds of Ubuntu 20.04 flavours including Ubuntu MATE and Xubuntu are available to download. We recap the changes and share download links.
You can download Ubuntu 20.04 beta right now to help test the next major long-term support release of Ubuntu ahead of the stable release on April 23.
You can upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS very easily, and in this guide we show you how. You can upgrade from Ubuntu 18.04 or Ubuntu 19.10 fast and easy.
Once you know that the icon above, right is for Ubiquity, the Ubuntu installer, it kinda works okay as a motif. I say ‘kinda’ because if I take my eyes off the icon for a […]
The boot screen experience in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS looks a tiny bit different from the one provided in Ubuntu 19.10 — at least for some people.
Ubuntu 20.04 ships with a new pre-installed Snap app: Ubuntu Software. A Snap version of the GNOME Software-based tool is pre-seeded by default.
Want to see the new default Ubuntu 20.04 wallpaper? You know you do and you can, as we exclusively reveal ubuntu's brand new wallpaper in this post.
A small batch of end-user improvements to the “Additional Drivers” screen are being prepped ahead of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Now that the latest NVIDIA graphics are available in Ubuntu LTS releases directly (without the need […]
If you’re keeping on top of the new Ubuntu 20.04 features — no worries if you’re not, it’s not stable yet anyway — you’ll be expecting the change featured below. It seems my recent op-ed […]