Ubuntu 22.04 is due for release on April 21, 2022. In this post we look at the various new features and key changes that are planned for the release. Development of Ubuntu 22.04 is still […]
We now know what Linux kernel version Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will use when released in April. If you were hoping for the very latest we're here to disappoint…
Ubuntu 22.04 may ship with GNOME 42 if all goes to plan, but it won't be carrying many GTK4 apps by default. Ubuntu dev Sebastien Bacher details why.
The full Ubuntu desktop experience can be run on a Raspberry Pi 4 with just 2GB RAM. Ubuntu devs detail the technical wizardry needed to make it possible.
C'mon folks, don't be shy! Let me know what you want to see from Ubuntu over the next 12 months. You can be as demanding or realistic as you want.
As OS-prober is disabled in GRUB 2.06, Ubuntu 22.04 won't add Windows or other Linux distros to your boot menu. We explain why and share a fix.
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is going to be very orange. I didn’t want to write about this change quite so soon as a) it’s not finished or final and b) the code hasn’t landed in Ubuntu […]
Updating firmware on Ubuntu is about to get a whole lot easier as Canonical is working on a new Flutter-based firmware updater app for Ubuntu desktop.
And we're off, kids — Ubuntu 22.04 daily builds are now available to download. As always, these development snapshots are intended for developers primarily.
The codename for next year’s Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release has been revealed as ‘Jammy Jellyfish’. The new name was posted on Launchpad, home of Ubuntu development, as is tradition. But what does the codename tell […]