In this tutorial, learn how you can enable or disable the new rounded Google Chrome UI, which brings rounded corners to tabs and buttons.
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Using Tagger to tag your music? Now, it comes with new feature additions and fixes to let you better organize and tag your music.
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KDE Frameworks 5.110 looks like a small update that only adds a few changes like support for the QOI image format in all KDE apps.
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Powered by Linux kernel 6.1, antiX 23 Arditi del Popolo comes with the latest IceWM 3.4.1 and an updated software stack. Here’s what’s new!
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With the new Vivaldi 6.2 release, some massive gains in performance, and memory usage have been promised. Let’s see what it’s all about.
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Based on the just-released Linux 6.5 kernel series, the GNU Linux-libre 6.5 kernel is here to rework the cleaning up of the iwlwifi driver.
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Linux kernel 6.5 is here with new features like MIDI 2.0 support in ALSA, ACPI support for the RISC-V architecture, and more.
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Nautilus in GNOME 45 already received a search performance boost and a more adaptive design for the sidebar. Learn more here.
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Powered by the Linux 6.4 kernel series, Mageia 9 is here with a smaller disk footprint, adoption of SQLite, and Zstd compression.
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Powered by Linux kernel 6.3, Kali Linux 2023.3 is here mainly with changes under the hood but also with one surprising addition. Learn more here!
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In Security Onion 2.4, the developers added new features to provide a better experience and make Security Onion more efficient.
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Highlights of QEMU 8.1 include a new PipeWire audio back end, better audio output, and improved compatibility for audio devices.
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GNOME 44.4 brings a few changes to the Epiphany web browser, such as hiding the “Search the Web for” context menu item. Learn more here.
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The open-source Kubernetes 1.28 is out with its second major update of 2023, introducing a long list of enhancements for operators.
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CrossOver 23.0.0 includes an update to Wine 8.0.1, bringing with it over 5,000 changes that offer improvements to a variety of applications.
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OpenMandriva Lx 23.08 is powered by Linux 6.4 kernel as well as the latest Mesa 23.2 graphics stack for Linux gaming.
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