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.
Wine 4.0 has officially been released promising massive improvements in their latest release. Besides the 6000 changes made to the latest release, developers have centered their focus on 4 key highlights.
Linux Mint 19.1 will land this year end. It is codenamed 'Tessa'. Here are the exciting new features. More attention is given to the appearance and Cinnamon desktop.
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.
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...
A Brand new installation wizard is being developed together by elementary and System76 team. This means the new installer will be included in elementary OS and Pop!_OS. System76 releases Pop!_OS, which is a Linux distribution based of Ubuntu.
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.
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.
The Linux Mint 19 “Tara” is now available to download! The official release is actually scheduled later this week. Hence, this is no official announcement from the team yet, but as always the Mint team uploads the ISO images to their servers just a couple of days before the slated release.
Plex Media Server is now available in Ubuntu Software Center as a snap app. Canonical made this announcement, reiterating the benefit of Snap Store where users get a simple installation mechanism. The news was also announced by Plex engineer.