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Firefox 103 Available to Download, But Promised Swipe Gesture is MIA

If you’re impatient to get your hands on the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser you’ll pleased to hear Firefox 103 is now up on the Mozilla FTP ahead of a formal release later this week. Mozilla Firefox 103 features another c…

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Pitivi Video Editor Adds Beat Detection, Object Tracking + More

A new development version of Pitivi video editor is out and it boasts some major new features. The GTK-based video editor is currently in the midst of a GTK4 port as part of this year’s Google Summer of Code but, happening alongside that work, is…

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Firefox 102 Adds GeoClue Support on Linux, Improves PDF Viewer

A new version of Mozilla Firefox is available to download, ahead of its form release on June 28. Mozilla Firefox 102 sees the browser bake-in support for GeoClue on Linux desktops, improve PDF appearance when using high contrast mode, and gain the abil…

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Flameshot Screenshot Tool Just Added Even More Features

When it comes to screenshot tools for Linux nothing rivals the feature set offered by the Qt-based Flameshot — and the app just got a major update.
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Amberol GTK Music App Gains New Features, Reduces Memory Usage

I’m a big fan of Emmanuele Bassi’s Amberol music player and the latest version, released this weekend adds a couple of pretty big new features. Before I get to those, I will point out that this GTK-based music music player has been updated …

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Ping – Vivaldi Mail is Stable, Ready for Everyday Use

The Vivaldi web browser now comes with a built-in email client with configurable layout and offline support. Plus, new calendar & RSS feed reader features.
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Firefox 101 Released with Only Minor Changes

A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what’s (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.
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Inkscape 1.2 is Now Available to Download

Ahoy, a new version of Inkscape has appeared. We take a look at the key new features in Inkscape 1.2, the official release video, and share download links.
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Firefox 100 is Now Available to Download 🥳

Mozilla Firefox 100 is available to download. The new release includes new site theme options, subtitles in picture-in-picture mode, and Linux bug fixes.
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Dash to Panel Adds GNOME 42 Support

The Dash to Panel GNOME extension now supports GNOME 42 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The extension combines top bar and dock into one unified panel.
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Firefox 99 Released with GTK Overlay Scrollbar Support, Fixes

A new month, a new release of Mozilla Firefox — though as we’ve come to expect from its expedited release schedule, the changes are relatively minor. What’s new? Well, a lots of folks, including Mozilla are hyped about Firefox 99’s su…

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‘Extension Manager’ GNOME App Adds New Features, New Icon

An update to Extension Manager, a GTK app for managing, installing, and configuring GNOME extensions on GNOME Shell is rolling out via Flathub.
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Firefox 98 Released, Promises to Nag Less During Downloads

Firefox 98 won’t go down as one of the browser’s greatest releases but there’s still stuff to talk about, like a download flow that’s a bit more chill.
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Firefox ’97 Released with a Modest Collection of Changes

A new version of Mozilla Firefox is now available to download. But don’t get too excited as Firefox 97 is a very minor update with few major changes.
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LibreOffice 7.3 Released, This is What’s New

A major update to the LibreOffice office suite is available to download. LibreOffice 7.3 touts speed boosts, and better support for Microsoft Office files.
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OnlyOffice 7.0 Released with Form Filling, Windowed Mode + More

ONLYOFFICE 7.0 is now available to download for Windows, macOS and Linux. As the first major update to this free, open source office suite this year you won’t be surprised to hear it’s a fairly big one with a wide range of tweaks, features,…

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Wine 7.0 Released with Tons of Improvements, Including a New Theme

Hear that? It’s the sound of a cork popping off the latest release of Wine, the open source compatibility layer that lets Windows apps run on Linux. The new Wine 7.0 release features a year’s worth of development distilled from over 9,000 c…

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‘Burn My Windows’ GNOME Extension Adds 3 New Effects & Random Mode

A couple of new Star Trek-esque effects have been added to the ‘Burn my Windows’ GNOME Shell extension. If you’ve not yet heard about this bling-tactic add-on, it animates closing windows (and optionally dialogs) in some spectacularly…

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Firefox 96 is Available to Download, This is What’s New

We look at what’s new in Firefox 96, show a few screenshots, and give you a download link you don’t need as Ubuntu comes with Firefox pre-installed.
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Arc Menu Extension Adds a New Layout & Standalone Runner Mode

I already think Arc Menu is one of the best GNOME extensions out there, and seeing the change-log for its latest release I’m reminded why. Arc Menu v20 is chock-full of enhancements spanning everything from bug fixes and visual refinements throug…

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