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Toggle Conservation Mode for Lenovo IdeaPad in Ubuntu 22.04

Running Ubuntu 22.04 or Fedora 36 on a Lenovo IdeaPad laptop? It’s super easy to turn on/off the conservation mode. Conservation Mode is a feature of Lenovo IdeaPad to prolong life of the battery. It’s targeted for those who plug-in ac power. With the mode enabled, the battery will only charge to 55-60%. For the […]

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GNOME Celebrates 25th Anniversary with GNOME 43 Beta Release

As expected, GNOME 43 Beta is packed with lots of goodies, including more improvements to WebExtensions support. Learn more here.
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How to Make Your Apps Start in Specified Workspace in Ubuntu 22.04

When you try to open an application in Ubuntu, Fedora or other Linux with GNOME, it’s possible to specify in which desktop workspace the app window should start! Most operating systems today have multiple desktops to organize unrelated ongoing projects. In Ubuntu Linux, we usually called them “workspaces”. For most common used applications, user may […]

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How to Restore Alphabetical Order of Show Applications App Grid in Ubuntu 22.04

Messed up the app list in ‘Show Applications’ menu in Ubuntu 22.04? It’s easy to restore the original alphabetical ordering. In Gnome, user can either click the 3×3 9-dots icon on dock or press Super (Windows logo key) + A on keyboard to open the ‘Start Menu’. App icons in that menu (definitely screen) support […]

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‘Just Perfection’ Finally Fixed Window Height for Low Resolution Displays

The popular Gnome Extension ‘Just Perfection‘ got an update recently, with love for small displays, e.g., 13 inch laptop with 1366 x 768 screen resolution. For those never heard of the tool, it’s an extension, with lots of configuration options for customizing your Ubuntu, Fedora, or other Linux’s GNOME desktop appearance. With it, you can […]

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Just Perfection 21 GNOME Extension Brings 7 New Features

Just Perfection 21 allows even more customization of your GNOME desktop than before. Learn more here.
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This Extension Enables Rounded Window Corners in Ubuntu 22.04/Fedora36

Gnome finally has an extension to enable rounded corners for all app windows, and customize the window borders! Start in Gnome 40, more and more applications use GTK4 toolkit for rendering their user interface. So, you have modern apps with rounded (bottom) corners and classic GTK3 and Qt apps with sharp (bottom) corners. To make […]

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GNOME 43 Plans to Introduce Redesigned Quick Settings

GNOME 43 introduces the revamped and attractive quick settings menu, which brings pill-shaped toggle icons and more.
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Nobara Is a Fedora-Based Linux Distro with Gamers in Mind

Nobara is a new user-friendly distribution with a modified GNOME aimed at new Linux users with gaming affinities. Learn more here.
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Fixing Telegram Opens PDFs with Wrong Applications

When you receive PDF files in Telegram Desktop, you might be disappointed when it opens in the wrong application not in your PDF reader. For example, in Kubuntu, it wrongly opens PDF with LibreOffice Draw, while it should be Okular. In other cases, it …

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Endless OS 5 Promises Refreshed Desktop Experience

Endless OS 5 is coming later this year and promises a refreshed desktop experience based on the latest GNOME desktop environment. Learn more here.
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Enable Animated Mouse Hover App Icons in Ubuntu 22.04 Dock Panel

For Ubuntu 22.04, there’s now an extension to enable animation when you move mouse pointer over app icons on the left/bottom panel. It’s a magnifying animation for the dock app icons under mouse cursor. Which, remind me of the old popular Avant Window Navigator. The extension is called ‘Dash Animator‘ designed for Ubuntu with the […]

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GNOME 43 to add ‘Device Security’ Settings with Secure Boot status & HSI Level

GNOME announced the first alpha for the next 43 stable series. See what’s new in this popular Linux desktop environments. GNOME is the default desktop environment for Ubuntu and Fedora Workstation, and optional for Debian, Arch Linux and so forth. The next v43 is planned for September 21, 2022. So far, it features new “Device […]

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GNOME 43 Alpha Released to Kick Off GUADEC 2022

GNOME 43 alpha is the first major step in the six-month-long development cycle of the next major GNOME desktop release. Learn more here.
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GNOME 42.3 Released with Screenshot UI Fixes, Better Flatpak Support, and More

Coming one and a half months after GNOME 42.2, the GNOME 42.3 update is here with a bunch of changes for the GNOME Shell fixing the new screenshot UI introduced in GNOME 42, the OSD colors with the light stylesheet, taking of screenshots when XDG directories are disabled, and on-screen keyboard GNOME Shell, which was […]

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AATWS – Highly Customizable Alt-Tab Window Switcher for GNOME

Use Alt+Tab or Super+Tab frequently in Ubuntu or Fedora Linux? This extension replace the default window switcher with advanced options. It’s AATWS, Advanced Alt-Tab Window Switcher, a Gnome Shell extension which may be useful for those working with many application windows at the same time. The extension adds type to search function to the Alt/Super […]

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GNOME Web 43 Gets WebExtension Support. Here’s How to Try

How to try and use the Firefox add-ons on the new web extension support in GNOME Web 43 (Epiphany) web browser.
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Nautilus Gains New List View with Rubber Banding, Animations + More

Rubber banding, a cute animation, and fixes for several long-standing inconsistencies feature in the latest development builds of the Nautilus file manager.
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Manage GNOME extensions from Terminal

In this article, you will see how to manage GNOME extensions from the terminal to list out extensions that have been installed by the system and user. You will also find a way to install, enable, disable, and uninstall extensions all from the terminal …

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This Tool Allows to Customize Ubuntu 22.04 GNOME Desktop with Advanced Settings

Want to configure the top-bar, dock, overview and other Gnome shell components with more settings? Shell Configurator is now updated with GNOME 41 & 42 support. It’s an extension for add, remove, configure, and customize GNOME Shell with advanced settings. With it, you can: Select login into blank desktop, overview or app grid. Hide or […]

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