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GNOME 3.34 released, gets significant performance boost

The new GNOME 3.34 is now available for download and comes packed with various improvements, performance enhancements and especially new features. Version 3.34 involves six months of work by the GNOME team and includes a number of improvements, performance improvements, and new features.

Manjaro Linux 18.1.0 ‘Juhraya’ officially released, here are new features

Just a week after Manjaro announced that they would soon be a company, they officially released their latest distro, Manjaro 18.1.0 'Juhraya,' to the delight of Linux enthusiasts worldwide.

Ubuntu 19.10 to use LZ4 compression to boot even faster

After extensive testing on a variety of compression options on the Ubuntu installation image, Canonical engineers determined that the LZ4 decompression method provided a most appreciable gain in speed.

Manjaro Linux takes it to the next level

Manjaro is taking their popular Linux distro to the next level with the creation of a separate business entity, Manjaro GmbH & Co. KG,

Librem 5 Linux phone starts shipping on September 24th

Fasten your seatbelts as you can get your hands on Librem 5 Linux Phones starting from the 24th of this month. For those of you who haven't yet discovered this series of phones, let FOSSLinux be your Google for today.

LibreOffice to get enhanced PPT/PPTX (PowerPoint) file support

From what we're hearing, the upcoming versions of LibreOffice are expected to better support PowerPoint file formats such as PPT and PPTX. Even though LibreOffice is widely popular in the Linux world, it wouldn't hurt anything to introduce it to our novice readers. LibreOffice is basically a substitute for Microsoft Powerpoint.

Linux Mint focuses on enhancing HiDPI support

Linux Mint 19.2 was not able to live up to the HiDPI Support expectations as users still saw some blurry icons and images. Upon reading Linux Mint's monthly newsletter for September, it seems clear that the Mint team has plans on improving HiDPI Support.

Microsoft plans to bring exFAT to Linux Kernel

s a kind gesture to the Linux community, Microsoft announces plans to add exFAT support to the Linux Kernel. Before we get into this news, it only makes sense to explain what the exFAT format really is to our non-technical readers.