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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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Darktable 3.8 Released with Huge Set of Changes, New Modules + More

Big improvements are on offer in the latest release of Darktable, an open source alternative to Adobe Lightroom. Full details on the what and why’s inside.
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Audacity Delivers an Early Xmas Present: 50x Faster Project Loading

Big performance improvements are on offer in the latest update to Audacity, the open source audio editor, as well as new shortcuts and several UI tweaks.
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Krita 5.0 Has Arrived – And It’s Full of New Features

A big update to open source graphics app Krita is available. Krita 5.0 includes a huge number of enhancements as well several major new features.
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Kdenlive Video Editor Gets a Blockbuster Update (Yes, New Pro Features)

Video editing on Linux is in a great place thanks to open source software like Kdenlive. And today it just got even better. Kdenlive is already the go-to video editor for Linux desktops, and today’s monster new release front-loaded with pro featu…

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‘Video Trimmer’ GTK App Adds Dark Mode, New Encode Option

‘Video Trimmer’ is a small, supremely-focused editing too for cutting down video clips. It just got a new release with a few new features – details inside.
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Firefox 95 Enhances Security, Slack, and CPU Usage

Mozilla Firefox 95 is now available to download. The latest stable release of this flagship FOSS browser comes with a couple of interesting feature tweaks, improved online security, and lower CPU usage too. We’ll start with the most obvious chang…

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Blender 3.0 is Out, And It’ll Blow Your Socks Off

A new version of the free 3D creation software Blender is out and it looks phenomenal. Blender 3.0 comes with new features and updates like an upgraded ‘Cycles X’ rendering engine, 2-3 times better mesh editing performance, and much faster …

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Pinta Image Editor Update Brings Feature Tweaks & Bug Fixes

The image editing app Pinta has a new bug-fix release out. Pinta 1.7.1 is intended as the final update in the GTK2-based series, with a GTK3 build (dubbed Pinta 1.8) said to be nearly ready for release. Building on the feature set introduced in last ye…

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Android Mirror Tool ‘Scrcpy’ Gains New Features, New Icon

Scrcpy is a super-useful Android mirroring tool for desktop PCs. The tool gains physical keyboards simulation and a high-res app icon in the latest update.
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Firefox 94 Released with Major Performance Improvements

Firefox 94 is rolling out to Ubuntu users. The latest version carries a considerable set of changes aimed at improving the browser’s performance on Linux.
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GIMP 2.99.8 Released with Clone Tool Tweaks, Support for Windows Ink

A new development version of GIMP is available to download and it comes with a couple of interesting changes. More details, and download links, inside.
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SoftMaker FreeOffice 2021 is Now Available to Download

Softmaker FreeOffice 2021 is now available to download. As with previous versions of this free (but not open source) alternative to Microsoft Office, the full suite of apps is available across Windows, macOS, and Linux with no feature limitations or pa…

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Slimbook Battery 4 Released with Improved Power-Saving Features

Slimbook Battery 4 is out. Its goal: to extend battery life of Linux laptops. The open source energy-tuning utility can also improve performance too.
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Firefox 93 Released with AVIF Support, Insecure Download Protection

Firefox 93 adds support for AVIF image files, makes PDF form filling more robust, and protects against insecure downloads. More details? Find ’em inside.
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gThumb 3.12 Released with HEIF/HEIC & AVIF Image Support

The Thumb 3.12 release is here and it’s full of improvements, including native support for the HEIF and AVIF image formats, as well as Apple’s HEIC.
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Spotify Linux Client (Finally) Fixes Its Annoying Bug

It’s a bug that has irritated me for the past 12 months but, at last, Spotify devs have fixed it in the latest update to the official Spotify Linux client.
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Firefox 92 Released with Only Minor Changes

Mozilla Firefox 92 is now available to download. The latest release of the popular open-source web browser is a modest one, containing only minor changes. Among the improvements the resurgent web browser gains are more secure HTTPS connections and full…

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OpenShot Video Editor Adds ‘Computer Vision and AI’ Video Effects

A new version of OpenShot video editor is available to download. We checkout the new features and video effects, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
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