Interested in expanding your audiovisual capabilities on your computer? Learn about the best audio and video players for Gnome desktop here.
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Check out this next set of 10 GNOME Apps for improved productivity and to improve the GNOME desktop experience.
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GNOME 40.7 is here to improve window tracking in the GNOME Shell, tweak minimize and unminimize animations, simplify the scroll fade shader to work on older hardware, improve handling of all-day and zero-length events in the Calendar applet, and improve the Magnifier to avoid offscreen rendering. This release also improves mapping on Wacom tablets, adds […]
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This article explains how to get Guake drop-down terminal to work properly under Wayland (GNOME). Guake is a Python-based drop-down terminal for the GNOME desktop that includes split terminal functionality, session save/restore, support for transparenc…Read More
By default, GNOME Shell has a set of features that are determined by the developers. GNOME Shell extensions are tiny pieces of software code, written by third-party developers, that enhance or add functionality to a GNOME desktop. Learn to install GNOM…Read More
Remember Ubuntu Web? It was first announced last year in November as an alternative to Chrome OS or Chromium OS. It’s an unofficial Ubuntu flavor created by Rudra Saraswat, the maintainer of Ubuntu Unity, offering Web Apps, Android apps, and support for apps from the de-Googled /e/ Foundation. While it has an emphasis on Web […]Read More
As standard, Ubuntu comes with the GNOME desktop and a series of additional programs that allow users to jumpstart their computer experience. To get the most out of Linux, it is necessary to manually install interesting applications. Learn which ones U…Read More
The GNOME 40.4 point release comes exactly a month after the GNOME 40.3 update and is considered a stable bugfix release for the GNOME 40 series that fixes some critical issues, but also adds various improvements to existing functionality for a better GNOME desktop experience. Epiphany 40.3 web browser now uses PDF.js only for GET […]
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