This release includes several new translations and fixes from KDE's contributors. The bugfixes are typically small but important. According to the changelog, it looks there are around 36 fixes resolved. Let's take a glance at them.
Canonical has just announced that the Bionic Beaver 18.04 will use Xorg as default video server instead of Wayland. This comes as no surprise, as I think Canonical pulled the trigger on Wayland too early.
A much needed change in "Software Center" is coming soon to Solus. "Software Center" app which is used to download and install apps is actively being redesigned and revamped. Here's is what's new features coming in it!
Ubuntu developers ran a Zstandard speed test on the upcoming Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and noticed installation speed boosted by about 10%! The increase in speed causes a installer size increase by about 6%, meaning slightly more download time.
Jide Technology, the company behind the popular Android emulator for Linux has announced that they will be discontinuing the Remix OS editions at the consumer level. Instead, their focus is now on the enterprise space to revolutionize how businesses operate.
The much-awaited elementary OS 5.0 Juno has finally landed. It took close to a year to develop the biggest increment of the elementary OS. For those new to elementary OS, it is based on Ubuntu and uses its own Pantheon desktop environment.
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.
GNOME 3.28 is released 25832 change points. With that many changes, we don't want you to fall asleep looking at the changelog. We will make life easier for you. Here is a concise and precise changelog which you really care about - the 10 best features of GNOME 3.28!
Here are the best features you will notice in Fedora 29. Fedora is the best way to experience the purest form of the GNOME desktop environment.
OpenSUSE Leap 42.3 is now available for download, and can be termed as the biggest update for the leap operating system. The team took more than eight months to develop the build. It ships with long-term supported Linux 4.4 kernel series, KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS and GNOME 3.20.