GNOME Foundation has announced the release of GNOME 3.32. Apart from the regular bug fixes, users should see a bunch of new features since this update is the outcome of 6 months of hard work by the development team. Now coming to the new features of GNOME 3.32, you can spot a number of them just by looking at the new, modern look of your desktop. The following changes should be noticed:
We are here to announce some significant changes that are announced in one of the most widely used Linux distributions currently, Linux Mint. Linux Mint is known for its ease of usage and as a soothing entrance to the stereotypically scary world of Linux. Its simple interface and a robust set of preinstalled programs do excel in making it so.
Linux Kernel has received a brand new update with a number of fancy features, some of which were already being anticipated.
The latest version of LibreOffice (i.e., v6.2) — released on 7th of February of the current year — comes with an improved UI and several new features, of which NotebookBar is the most noteworthy.
We have been receiving reliable reports that the developers of Linux Mint are currently working on improving the Ubuntu-based operating system in terms of...
According to our sources, it has been confirmed that Linux users will be able to get their hands on the newest version of GNOME Shell (i.e., v3.32) from 13th of March 2019. The most significant feature of this version of GNOME Shell is expected to be a drastic improvement in its speed.
The Kodi foundation has released Kodi 18 Leia. For those new to Kodi, it is a cross-platform media center software designed to give users a wide range of entertainment options.
Mozilla has announced the release of Firefox 65 Web Browser for Linux, Mac, and Windows. This is one of the major updates to the popular open-source web browser.
Everyone was surprised to learn that apt had been infected with a bug. This was discovered by security researcher Max Justicz. He found a vulnerability in apt that allows a network man-in-the-middle (or a malicious package mirror) to execute arbitrary code as root on a machine installing any package.
Steam Play has introduced Steam’s Proton tool. The tool gives Linux clients an opportunity to install window games and play them. Users can now launch Windows games purchased from other platforms on Linux.