This is a review of Ultramarine Linux 39, which brings the Fedora 39 base, the latest Kernel and customized desktops.
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Ultramarine Linux 39 combines the latest kernel 6.5 with Budgie 10.8.2, offering a different Fedora computing experience. Here’s more on that!
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Fedora workstation displays Fedora logo on the desktop for the default wallpaper, now there’s an extension that can do the similar job in Ubuntu 23.10, Arch, and Manjaro Linux with GNOME 45. It’s “Logo Widget”, which allows to add any user selected image into desktop as background logo, resize and place it in top-left, top-center, […]Read More
For Ubuntu 23.10, Fedora 39, Arch and other Linux with GNOME Desktop 45, there’s now new system tray applet to monitor system resource utilization. There are quite a few tools for monitoring system resource utilization. While, Gnome-Stats-Plus is a new one that adds real-time graphs in right-corner of top-panel, allowing users to keep a close eye […]Read More
In Ubuntu 23.10 with default GNOME 45 desktop, there’s no longer app menu indicator in top-panel next to workspace indicator (previously ‘Activities’). It’s an indicator menu for current running app window in focus, which has few basic options such as “New Window” and “Quite”. GNOME has proposed to replace the app menu with a new […]Read More
GNOME gets €1 million from Sovereign Tech Fund to enhance tools, accessibility, and public-benefit features. Here’s more on that!
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Need a clean GNOME setup on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS? Here’s how to simplify your desktop, switching effortlessly to a vanilla GNOME experience.
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Heard of the Sovereign Tech Fund? I hadn’t, but the GNOME project has bagged itself a whopping €1 million investment from them. GNOME plans to use the cash to “modernize the platform, improve tooling and accessibility, and support features …Read More
Here’s a list of 10 things you can perform after installing Fedora 39 Workstation Edition. These tips are not ideal for all, but they should be a good starting point for all types of Fedora user bases.
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This is a quick tutorial shows you how to quickly access the source of all your installed GNOME extensions in Ubuntu, Fedora Workstation, Debian and other Linux with GNOME. Gnome extensions are usually installed to “.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/” directory. While, system built-in extensions are available in “/usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/“. For developing or debugging purpose, you can open that folder […]Read More
The GNOME Project announced today the release and general availability for public consumption of GNOME 45.1 as the first point release to the latest GNOME 45 “Riga” desktop environment series.
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We’ll explore the key differences between KDE and GNOME, helping you decide which one aligns better with your computing needs.
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Holly Million, new to software, now leads GNOME. It is a curious choice for one of the biggest open-source projects, wouldn’t you say?
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The new tiling assistant extension in Ubuntu 23.10 has indicator support! Here’s how to enable it and fix the missing icon. Ubuntu 23.10 introduced a new system extension called “Tiling Assistant”. With it, user can easily tile window to half or quarter of screen either via mouse dragging or keyboard shortcut. The extension also has […]Read More
In this tutorial, you will learn the process of hiding the GNOME top bar and side panel of your Ubuntu desktop.
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This simple tutorial shows how to install GDM Settings 1.0, a properly working version, in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS via PPA. GDM Settings, aka Login Screen Manager, is a graphical configuration tool for GNOME Login Screen. With it, user can easily configure following things for the login screen: Background image or color. Theme, icons, and cursor. […]Read More