A brand-new desktop theme in works for Ubuntu 20.04

As we get closer to the release of Ubuntu 20.04, we're finding out more and more information about how the new operating system update would look like. From what we've learned thus far, there's a new desktop theme in the works that will give the users a fresh look and feel of Ubuntu.

How to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

Ubuntu ships with Firefox as the default web browser. If you were trying to install Google Chrome from the official Ubuntu software center, then it will not work as Chrome is not an open-source application. You may find the Chromium browser which is stripped open-source version of the Chrome browser.

How to create an Ubuntu Live USB drive using command-line

Do you know that you can create an Ubuntu Live USB from your terminal? If you are a command-line geek who loves to do everything using the terminal and don't like installing a third-party app for creating a live USB drive, you have landed in the correct place!

Offline way of installing Apps on your Ubuntu PC

Installing the apps offline comes handy at times when you want to deploy the same app in multiple machines or when you have a lousy internet connection. Today, we show you an option to install apps while you are offline by using a free app, Camicri Cube.

How to install DaVinci Resolve on Ubuntu

DaVinci Resolve is a professional software used for video editing, color correction, motion graphics, and visual effects. It's extensively used in the moving-making industry, especially Hollywood. Previously, it used to be a daunting task to install the DaVinci Resolve on a Linux PC, but thanks to the script created by Daniel Tufvesson, now it's easier to install.

How to enable and use Ubuntu Media Share

The all-new release of Ubuntu 19.10, has brought many new features to the elite operating system. The interface is faster than ever, and even the theme has received a beautiful, funky revamp, with new icons and window themes. Upgrade to GNOME 3.34 has also added quite a touch of snappiness to the system.

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A brand-new desktop theme in works for Ubuntu 20.04

As we get closer to the release of Ubuntu 20.04, we're finding out more and more information about how the new operating system update would look like. From what we've learned thus far, there's a new desktop theme in the works that will give the users a fresh look and feel of Ubuntu.

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The timing of the release of Linux Lite 4.8 could not have been more perfect.  With Microsoft ending support for the popular Windows 7 operating system.  While the company hopes that existing Windows 7 users will upgrade to Windows 10, many users are reluctant to do so, tired of the copious amount of updates, not to mention their perception that the software giant's data collection methods are aggressive and dubious.  For these users, the newly released Linux Lite 4.8 is a tempting alternative.

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How to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

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