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SuperTuxKart 1.3 Features New Karts, New Arenas, and Nintendo Switch Support

A new version of famed FOSS racing game SuperTuxKart is nearing release, with a release candidate build now available to download.
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You Can Now Try the CuteFish Desktop Environment on Ubuntu

You can now try the CuteFish desktop environment on top of an Ubuntu base, with CuteFish OS Ubuntu. A installable image of the distro is available to download for testing and development purposes. While it can’t be recommended for daily driver st…

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Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 Released with Major Enhancements and Bug Fixes

Clonezilla enables you to clone disks and partitions, storing resulting images on a backup storage device of your choice. Clonezilla Live 2.7.3 has been released based on Debian Sid. The new version adds support for mounting BitLocker device as image r…

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Hurrah, Chrome for Linux FINALLY Supports CSD Properly

Latest versions of Google Chrome for Linux fix several of the browser’s CSD issues. In this post we compare the builds side-by-side to spot the changes.
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Xubuntu 21.10 to Include New Apps, Including a Clipboard Manager

Xubuntu 21.10 will include a clutch of new apps when released later this year. Xubuntu devs have detailed the new apps they plan to include, details inside!
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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 40 Lands in Ubuntu 21.10 Daily, This is What it Looks Like

GNOME 40 has finally landed in Ubuntu 21.10. A few folk were worried Ubuntu might not ship GNOME 40 at all in its upcoming release, but today’s batch of impish-proposed updates allay those fears completely. […]
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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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CuteFish is a New Linux Desktop Environment (with a Familiar Look)

There’s a new open source desktop environment angling for your attention called CuteFish. Now, let me be clear: this project is very much a work in progress. I’m not going to focus on what it […]
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Linux iPad Clone JingOS Releases New Dev Snapshot

A new development release of JingOS, the Linux-based tablet distro inspired by iPadOS, is available for testing. If you took the JingOS 0.8 release for a spin in April and you came away feeling like […]
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Chrome Devs Bring ‘Back Forward Cache’ to Desktop for Instantaneous Page Loads

Google Chrome on desktop isn’t the fastest, so news that devs working on the browser will port a speedy Android feature to desktop builds is good news.
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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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KDE Connect’s Android App Gets a Mini Makeover

A redesigned version of the KDE Connect Android app is rolling out now on the Google Play Store. KDE Connect 1.17, which will likely come to F-Droid shortly, gives the app a bright, clean makeover […]
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NextCloud is Currently Broken in Ubuntu 21.04, But a Fix is Coming

NextCloud users considering an upgrade to Ubuntu 21.04 might want to hold off for a few days as the NextCloud package in Ubuntu is currently broken.
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Microsoft Demos GUI Linux Apps Running on Windows 10

Ever wanted to run desktop Linux apps on Windows 10? Microsoft’s WSL engineering team are making this strange marriage a reality, as this demo video shows!
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GNOME Designers Explore a ‘Bottom Bar’ Layout for GNOME Shell

For 10 years GNOME shell has been based around a single panel stripped across the top of the screen — but this fundamental feature could be about to change.
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