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Alpine Linux 3.16 Improves NVMe Support, Adds GNOME 42

Coming six months after Alpine Linux 3.15 and powered by Linux kernel 5.15 LTS, Alpine Linux 3.16 has arrived. Learn more here.
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How to Disable UI Animations in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

A quick and effective way to make Ubuntu feel instantly faster is to disable UI animations. Turning animations off is also a guaranteed way to get the best performance out of older and lower spec’d computers, as many of these effects, while prett…

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Fedora Linux 36 Is Here with GNOME 42, Linux Kernel 5.17

After six months of development, Fedora Linux 36 is here featuring the latest and greatest GNOME 42 desktop environment. Learn more here.
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Shortwave 3.0 Free Radio Player Comes with Support for GNOME 42

Shortwave is one of the best apps for listening to internet radio. Learn more about the Shortwave 3.0 release and its features here.
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GNOME 42.1 Is Out with Many Improvements to Software

GNOME 42.1 is here about five weeks after the release of the GNOME 42 desktop environment. Learn about the point release here.
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A New Dynamic Wallpaper Maker for GNOME 42

Making your own dynamic backgrounds for use in GNOME 42 just got easier thanks to a new GTK4 app. It makes light/dark wallpaper creation a cinch.
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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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GNOME 42 Released, This is What’s New

The GNOME project today released GNOME 42, the latest version of its open source desktop environment. New features, UI tweaks, and performance gains are a staple part of every new GNOME desktop update, but none more so than here, in GNOME 42….

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GNOME 42 Release Candidate Brings Back Fingerprint Dialog

Since GNOME 42 Beta, many updates have occurred. Learn about the GNOME 42 release candidate and its latest features here.
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You Can Install GNOME’s New Terminal and Text Editor Apps on Ubuntu 22.04

You can take GNOME’s brand new text editor and terminal client for a spin in Ubuntu 22.04, ahead of the stable GNOME 42 release this later this month.
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The Best New Features in GNOME 42

We look at GNOME 42’s new features in this run-down, including a new GNOME Shell theme, screenshot experience, libadwaita ports, and much, much more.
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Ubuntu 22.04 Just Got a BIG Design Update (Spoiler: Looks Awesome)

Ubuntu 22.04 is looking on fire, my friends. With feature freeze now in effect (and UI freeze creeping up) a huge drop of changes just hit the daily builds, including GNOME Shell 42 and new versions of the default Yaru GTK, Shell and icon themes. And i…

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GNOME 42 Features a Subtle, Yet Classy Touch

Being ill for much of the last week or two I missed some last-minute additions to GNOME 42 as it readied its formal beta — but belated or not, I want to spotlight one of those changes in particular. In GNOME 42 switching between the (all-new) light and…

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Nautilus 42 Arrives in Ubuntu 22.04 Daily Builds

Those currently testing the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 release can take the latest version of Nautilus, the default file manager in Ubuntu, for a spin. Nautilus 42 was released as part of the recent GNOME 42 beta and it’s making the jump to the Jammy …

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GNOME 42 Beta Release: Now Ready for Public Beta Testing

With a ten-day delay from the initially planned release date, the GNOME 42 beta release is now ready for early adoption. Learn more here.
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First Look at GNOME 42 Built-In Screenshot and Screencast Feature

I bet that you’ve read about GNOME 42’s built-in screenshot and screencast feature in the past, but you probably never saw it in action. Get a first look at the GNOME 42 built-in screenshot and screencast feature here.
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GNOME 42 Adds Support for New ‘Dark Wallpapers’

Timed wallpaper slideshows have been given the chop but something new takes their place: support for ‘dark’ wallpapers tied to the dark mode setting.
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GNOME Shell Removes its Curvy Panel Corners

GNOME Shell’s unique panel corners are being retired after more than a decade of decorating peoples desktops. If you don’t use a vanilla GNOME session you might not know what these are. Many downstreams, including Ubuntu, patch out this sub…

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GNOME Shell is Getting Redesigned Volume/Brightness Pop Ups

Redesigned on-screen bubbles, the sort that appear when you tap the volume or brightness buttons on your keyboard, are in the works for GNOME 42. Right now, OSD bubbles in GNOME Shell look a lot like this: GNOME devs consider the current implementation…

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Check Out GNOME Shell’s New Look in GNOME 42

GNOME Shell looks a little different in GNOME 42, which is currently in active development. I wasn’t able to showcase the shell theme tweaks in my GNOME 42 alpha post but, over the weekend, fuelled by coffee 😉, I managed to get the correc…

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