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Proton 7.0-4 Steam Play Compatibility Tool Released for Linux Gamers

Proton 7.0-4 is here two months after Proton 7.0-3 to add support for more Windows games that are now playable on Linux. Learn more here.
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Valve Releases Proton 7.0-3 with Support for 19 Games to Play on Linux, More Improvements

Arriving one and a half months after Proton 7.0-2, the Proton 7.0-3 release is here to add support for more Windows games that you can now play on your GNU/Linux distribution through Steam Play/Proton. These include Age of Chivalry, Beneath a Steel Sky, Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamer Edition, Cities XXL, Cladun X2, Cursed Armor, […]

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ProtonMail is Now Just ‘Proton’ Offering a Privacy Ecosystem

ProtonMail announced a re-brand with a new website, new name, updated pricing plans, a refreshed UI, and more changes.
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Proton 7.0-2 Makes More Games Playable on Linux, Fixes Numerous Bugs

Proton 7.0-2 comes two months after the Proton 7.0-1 release and adds support for several games on Linux. Learn more here.
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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: April 24th, 2022

This has been a great week for Ubuntu users as Canonical released the highly anticipated Ubuntu 22.04 LTS operating system series, which will be supported for the next five years, as well as new kernel security updates for the rest of the supported Ubuntu releases. On top of that, TUXEDO Computers launched a new laptop […]

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Amazon Seeks Linux Experts for Luna

The Google Stadia fiasco seemed to have left the way clear for Windows to be the server technology that would dominate video game services via streaming, especially seeing NVIDIA GeForce Now, Amazon Moon, and obviously, Game Pass bet on Microsoft technology. However, it seems that Amazon Moon could take a turn in the future, as […]

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Bottles Wine Prefix Manager Released with Stable Versioning Feature

Bottles is a graphical tool that makes it easy to run Windows software and games on Linux, via Wine. Learn about the Bottles Wine Prefix Manager release here. For handling Wine prefixes, the tool uses environments, which are combinations of ready-to-use settings, libraries, and dependencies. Wine / Proton, DXVK, and the required dependencies are downloaded […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 28th, 2021

This week has been full of great releases, despite the fact that it was Thanksgiving week in the US. We managed to test drive the MX Linux 21 AHS edition, new Deepin Linux, Alpine Linux, Endless OS, IPFire, and Clonezilla Live versions, as well as to update our VirtualBox, LibreOffice, Tux Paint, and Proton installs. […]

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Latest Steam Client Update Brings PipeWire Desktop Capture on Linux, Reduces Vulkan Pre-Caching Sizes

The new stable Steam Client update is packed with lots of goodies for Linux users, starting with the availability of the PipeWire desktop capture feature, which can be enabled if you launch the Steam Client with the -pipewire command-line option. It also reduces the size of Vulkan pre-caching datasets by splitting and versioning them according […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 3rd, 2021

This has been an amazing week with so many cool releases, starting with the long-anticipated Q4OS 4 distro based on Debian GNU/Linux 11 and the Trinity Desktop Environment, and continuing with new updates to the SuperTuxKart arcade racing game, Inkscape SVG editor, OBS Studio professional recording and live streaming software, Mixxx free DJ software, as […]

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Valve Releases Proton 6.3-7 with Support for Life is Strange: True Colors, DXVK 1.9.2

Coming about five weeks after Proton 6.3-6, the Proton 6.3-7 release is here to add support for the Life is Strange: True Colors, Quake Champions, Divinity: Original Sin 2, eFootball PES 2021, EVERSLAUGHT VR, as well as WRC (World Rally Championship) 8, 9 and 10 video games. This means that you’ll now be able to […]

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Epic Games Announces Easy Anti-Cheat Support for Linux, Wine, Proton, and Steam Deck

One of the main obstacles Linux Gaming faces are anticheats, which make it impossible for Open Source users to play many titles online (and in some cases also block single-player modes). Luckily, there has been an important advance in this area recently, since Epic Games has announced the support of Easy Anti-Cheat for Linux, Mac and Steam Deck (sic), covering, […]

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Proton 6.3-6 Adds Support for Blood of Steel, Guardians VR, and Many Other Games

With Steam Deck coming to gamers everywhere later this year, Valve is putting a lot of effort on making their Proton compatibility tool for Steam Play support as many Windows games as possible. In fact, Valve said that they plan to make all Windows games in the Steam library compatible with Linux systems before the […]

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Don’t Like Firefox’s New Look? Try These Tweaks

if Firefox’s fancy new look has left you feeling frustrated and out of sorts check out this trifecta of tweaks, all of which help tame the browser’s new UI.
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