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NVIDIA 470.57.02 Graphics Driver Brings Support for RTX 3070/80 Ti GPUs, DOOM Eternal Fixes

NVIDIA 470.57.02 is here to introduce support for GeForce RTX 3070 Ti and GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards, which means that if you own one of them, you can now use it with your favorite GNU/Linux distribution as long as you have this latest production version installed. The new driver version also brings better […]

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6 Ways to Find Debian Version Information

This article shows you 6 different ways to find the version of your installed Debian OS by using Command-line and GNOME GUI.
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GNOME 41 – New Features & Release Date

In this article, we summarize the available information for the GNOME 41 release and brief you about the new features and schedules.
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“Every Preference Has a Cost” — GNOME Dev Explains How GNOME Works

GNOME’s Tobias Bernard has a new blog post out and it’s an essential read if you’re interested in the direction of the GNOME desktop. Now, it’s always great to get some background rationale from the folks inside of the project a…

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GNOME’s Default Theme is Getting a Revamp

GNOME developers are working a “borderless” version of the Adwaita GTK theme for potential inclusion in GNOME 41. More details and pictures inside.
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How to Install GNOME on Linux Mint 20

Gnome is the default desktop environment for many Linux distributions. Gnome is based on GTK+ and has a new release every 6 months. Linux Mint by default supports Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce desktop environment. Cinnamon and Mate are a fork […]
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