It’s time to bid bon-voyage to one of the most boring exciting releases of Ubuntu there’s ever been. Yup, Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak hit end of life (EOL) on July 20. Released on October 13, 2016, Ubuntu 16.10 […]
We show you how you can enable Unity 7's low-graphics mode on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and above, and benefit from a faster, leaner desktop as a result.
Want to install and use legacy apps like GIMP and Rhythmbox in the Unity 8 desktop session included with Ubuntu 16.10? In this how-to we show you how, step-by-step.
Filing out alongside the final stable release of Ubuntu 16.10 is the rest of Ubuntu’s extended family. That means download links for community flavors, including Ubuntu MATE 16.10 and Ubuntu GNOME 16.10, are now live. The colorful set of spins each have their own […]
Here are 16 things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.10. We show you how to change theme, install apps, and use (awesome) hidden features.
After 6 months of development you can finally download Ubuntu 16.10, the latest stable release of the world's most popular desktop Linux distribution.
The release date of Ubuntu 16.10 is now less than a week away — but do you plan to upgrade to the 'Yakkety Yak' once it arrives?
Ubuntu MATE 16.10 will now definitely ship with the MATE Desktop 1.16, with all relevant desktop packages and app updates available in the Ubuntu archives.
The Unity 8 desktop is now available to try out in the latest Ubuntu 16.10 developer images and in this post we go hands on it with it.
The latest updates to Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak add a Unity8 desktop session to the Ubuntu login screen.
Sneaking out alongside the main Ubuntu 16.10 Beta 2 release are beta builds from the rest of the Ubuntu family.
The first (and final) beta release in the Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak development cycle. What's new? We take a look…