In this post I run through the key changes shipping in the latest version of Ubuntu’s lighter flavour, Xubuntu. Xubuntu 23.10 released on October 12, 2023, with an array of performance buffs, stability boosts, memory […]
A quick guide showing you how to upgrade to Xfce 4.18 on Xubuntu 22.04 LTS and 22.10 using the Xubuntu QA Staging PPA – though caution is advised.
This post won't appeal to many, but hey: at the very least it'll be there for me to reference next time I want to rejig the clock layout on my Xfce install.
Xubuntu 23.04 ships with Flatpak and PipeWire support by default. The technologies are being introduced to provide Xubuntu with a better desktop experience.
Xfce 4.18 features a raft of enhancements to this lightweight desktop environment. In this post I run through the top new features and changes.
Ubuntu 22.10 is out, and so are updated versions of official Ubuntu flavours. There's a miscellany of improvements minor and major on offer, come see!
Linux Lite 6.0 is out based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Linux 5.15, and Xfce 4.16. There's a new theme, a new system monitor, and a huge web browser change.
Zorin OS 16 Lite is now available to download. In this post we look at what's new in Zorin OS 16 Lite, and how well it runs on lower-spec'd computers.
Xubuntu 21.10 will include a clutch of new apps when released later this year. Xubuntu devs have detailed the new apps they plan to include, details inside!
Xfce 4.16 has been released. This version of the Linux desktop environment gains several new features, usability tweaks, and a roster of visual changes.
Xfce 4.16 carries improved support for fractional scaling using XRandR, as well as better handling of mis-configured scaling values.
Xubuntu 20.04 includes a dark theme, a recoloured version of the Greybird GTK theme. The new Greybird Dark version will also work on other DEs, like MATE.