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Ubuntu Devs Finally Fix Frustrating Firefox Snap Flaw

Ubuntu’s beleaguered Firefox Snap package is tackling another of longstanding criticism of it, namely its lack of native messaging support. It’s this fancy-sounding feature that allows Firefox add-ons to “exchange messages with a nati…

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Linux Mint 21 Beta is Available to Download

Linux Mint 21 nears release, but first: a beta! Testers, and enthusiastic early-adopters can download Linux Mint 21 beta to sample the new latest changes.
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Ubuntu 22.04 Beta Released, Available to Download

You can now download the Ubuntu 22.04 beta to go hands on with the ‘jammy jellyfish’ ahead of its stable release next month. What’s new? Come take a look!
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Linux Mint 20.3 Beta Is Now Available for Download

Linux Mint 20.3 was unveiled in early October 2021 and it’s scheduled for release near the Christmas holidays. The Linux Mint team already shared some of the new features coming to this update in the Linux Mint 20 series, which is based on the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) operating system series and supported for […]

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Linux Mint 20.3 Beta is Available to Download

Grab your testing pants ‘cos the Linux Mint 20.3 beta is available to download. Mint hasn’t formally announced the beta yet but the omg! tip box has been hammered with links to the Linux Mint 20.3 beta .iso from readers — it’s appreci…

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How to Install Google Chrome Stable, Beta, or Unstable on Fedora 34 / 35

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Google Chrome on Fedora for stable, beta or unstable.
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What’s New in KDE Plasma 5.24

The title of the pointiestick.con post alone tells you a lot: “Plasma in progress.” So this means that Plasma 5.23 beta is now available, and in the list of new features that have advanced today, there are many changes that will come in the next major release,. One of them concerns the accent color that […]

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Ubuntu 21.10 Beta Released, This is What’s New

We’re just a few short weeks away from the final Ubuntu 21.10 release, but first things first: a beta. Yes, Ubuntu 21.10 beta is now available to download. Developers and non-developers alike can go hands on with the “Impish Indri” to…

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Testing and Download the KDE Plasma 5.23 Beta Desktop Environment

A beta version of the custom Plasma 5.23 shell is available for testing. You can test the new release through the Live build from the openSUSE project and the build from the project KDE Neon Testing edition.
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Quick App Launcher Ulauncher: New Beta Release Fixes Crashes Due To GTK4 Incompatibility, Improves Fuzzy Matching

Ulauncher, a fast application launcher for Linux (similar to Alfred for macOS) which can be extended with numerous add-ons, has seen a new beta release (version 5.12.0 beta 4) recently which brings some important changes, including a bugfix which shoul…

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KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Arrives with ‘Hugely Improved’ Wayland Support

The first beta of KDE Plasma 5.22 has dropped. In this post we run-through the biggest changes and improvements, which includes adaptive panel transparency.
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Microsoft Edge for Linux is Now in Beta

The Microsoft Edge for Linux beta is now available to download. Until now Linux fans of the Chromium-based browser have needed to use a developer preview.
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