Having Java on your Linux system is necessary for running a lot of essential software. We have put together a comprehensive guide on how to install Java on Pop!_OS. We shall show you how to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) as well as the Java Developer Kit (JDK) using the apt command.
By default, Pop!_OS comes with Mozilla Firefox Browser installed to help you browse the internet. It is a reliable web browser covering almost all the features and functionalities you need. However, working with Firefox is noticeably different compared to Google Chrome, especially from the speed point of view. Google Chrome is a tad quicker than Firefox.
Pop!_OS 20.04 was released recently with a slew of features matching the tune of the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS launch! Based on Ubuntu 20.04 "Focal Fossa," the Pop!_OS 20.04 comes with several significant features that we discussed in detail in our featured article. Today, I'm going to talk in detail about one of the features I really loved in this release - the Graphics Switcher.
Linux is growing faster than ever. As per the latest report, there is a drop in the Windows 10 market share for the first time, and Linux's market share has improved to 2.87% this month. Most of the features in the list were rolled out in the Pop OS 20.04. Let's a detailed look into the new features, how to upgrade, and a ride through video.
System76 has announced the release of Pop!_OS, 20.04. This version is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS codenamed Focal Fossa. Pop!_OS 20.04 features a new Pop!_Shell auto tiling feature, new workspaces shortcuts, and Flatpak support with the Flathub. See the complete details in this video.
System76, the maker of premium Linux laptops and desktops, has released a Beta version of their flagship Pop!_OS, a Ubuntu-based Linux distro. This testing release launches a new Pop!_Shell auto tiling feature, new shortcuts for its Workspaces, and Flathub software repository.