The first point release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is available to download. A notification upgrade will also appear on Ubuntu 14.04 desktops.
Compiz updates aimed at improving the performance of Unity in low-graphics mode are coming to 16.04 LTS.
Want to help test a new version of Ubuntu Software? Will Cooke, Ubuntu desktop manager, posted a call for testing on his Google+ page, where he explains: “Before we push this in to proposed for Xenial, we’re […]
Screencloud is a great screenshot tool for the Linux desktop, but it's not available for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. In this post we show you how to force install it.
Running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and want to upgrade to the latest GNOME 3.20 release? Well, you can, and in this post we'll show you how.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS ships with several changes, including a new Software app and a new package format called Snappy. Today sees the former of the changes add support for the latter: you can now search, browse, install and remove […]
Having trouble installing third-party .debs on Ubuntu 16.04? You, my friend, are far from alone.
Alongside the latest version of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS come new releases from its family of flavors.
Here are 16 things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. We show you how to change theme, install apps, and use (awesome) hidden features.
The Ubuntu 16.04 LTS release is now available to download. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (‘Xenial Xerus’) is a long-term support release of Ubuntu. This means it is supported for 5 years with critical security, bug and app updates from Canonical, the […]
A bootable USB of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS desktop is available to order from the Canonical store.
Each new release of Ubuntu is accompanied by a new animal mascot, for 16.04 a ‘Xerus’ squirrel. Also arriving with each new release of Ubuntu is an official Ubuntu t-shirt bearing the mascot image. That t-shirt is […]