After six months of development, the release of a new version of "Tor Browser 9.5" was announced, in which the development of ...
Mozilla has released Firefox 77.0.1 to fix a in DNS. The company has stopped offering v77.0 due to the aforementioned vulnerability.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Minder. With this program, users can create, develop and visualize our ideas.
Firefox 77 expands WebRender support on Windows and improves certificate management, among other new features
Mozilla has launched Firefox 77, a new major and stable version of its browser that comes with news such as the abandonment of support for FTP.
In the following article we are going to take a look at some of the features and installation possibilities of the Foliate 2.2.0 eBook reader.
In a new briefing note on Linux Mint 20 development, Clement Lefebvre assures that he will improve support for Snap packages.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7, the latest stable version of the kernel that he develops that comes with a little improvement in everything, even performance.
In the following article we are going to take a look at different methods to install Android Studio 4.0 on Ubuntu 20.04 quickly and easily.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 20.04 using the .deb package or its repository.
GNOME 3.38 will ship with a redesigned application launcher that will not include a "Frequently" tab.
The GNOME developers are working on a new application launcher that will arrive in GNOME 3.38 with changes to its design.
Ubuntu is an operating system, but there is a lot around it. In this article we will tell you about 10 facts about its environment that you should know.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Knowte. It is an elegant and fast application to take notes from Ubuntu.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Transmission 3.0. This is the latest released version of this simple and popular torrent client.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc7, a version that has returned to normal and makes us think about the stable version of this Sunday.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Beekeeper Studio. It is a simple but powerful SQL editor and database manager.
Nate Graham from KDE has told us about many new features to come in the future, such as the first ones for Plasma 5.20 and its migration to GitLab.
In the next article we are going to take a look at ActivityWatch. This program will help us to track our time in front of the screen.
In a new enhancement coming in October, Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla will enable TRIM for supported hard drives by default.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Alacarte. This is a program for editing, creating or deleting shortcuts to applications.
Canonical has updated the Ubuntu kernel to fix several security flaws, but none of them are of high priority.
Microsoft has promised that we will soon be able to use GUI Linux applications on Windows 10 through its WSL. Will it be worth it?
In the next article we are going to take a look at pigz. It is a compressor that is a fast and efficient multithreaded gzip implementation.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc6, larger than you would like. If the trend does not change, there will be an eighth Release Candidate
In the following article we are going to see how we can install Pip in Ubuntu 20.04 and some basic concepts for its use in the system.
Kdenlive 20.04.1 has arrived to fix the first bugs of the version that was released in April 2020 and adding features to the Windows version.
KDE has provided us with many new features that will be coming to your desktop soon, including several from Plasma 5.19.0, currently in beta.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04. This is a tool for managing systems.
KDE Community has released KDE Applications 20.04.1, the first maintenance update in this series, just here to get the first few touches.
Google developers recently released an announcement in which they mention the imminent start of blocking various types of ads ...
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can obtain the passwords of the Wi-Fi networks to which we have previously connected.
The Ubuntu Touch OTA-12 is here and can boast of being the first version to adopt the graphical environment now known as Lomiri.
Linux 5.7-rc5 has arrived with a size a little larger than average, but it was something to be expected due to the smaller size of the previous RC.
Now available Ubuntu Unity Remix 20.04, the first stable version of this new flavor that uses the graphical environment that Canonical abandoned.
Elisa and other KDE applications will be able to play audiobooks starting this summer, along with other new features coming to KDE soon.
Canonical has already certified Ubuntu 20.04 for use on most Raspberry Pi boards. We explain what this means.
In what would be one of the first known changes to Ubuntu 20.10, Groovy Gorilla will allow us to log in with the fingerprint.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Draw.io Desktop. This is a very useful diagram generator available as .deb, AppImage and Flatpak
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install and perform a basic configuration of Git in Ubuntu 20.04
Not much has been said about this: Has KDE given up on its KMail? Kubuntu 20.04 moves to Thunderbird
KDE has decided to remove KMail from the default Kubuntu 20.04 software and has introduced Thunderbird. What is behind this movement?
Now available UbuntuDDE 20.04, the first stable version of what would be the tenth flavor of Ubuntu and that uses Deepin as a graphical environment.
Plasma 5.18.5, the latest maintenance release of the series arrives to tie the finishing touches to the environment
KDE has released Plasma 5.18.5, the latest maintenance release in this series that fixes the latest bugs to get everything perfect.
Firefox 76 has arrived expanding the support for WebRender, improving the manager of passwords and with other outstanding novelties.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install the Go programming language in Ubuntu 20.04 in a simple way.
A few days ago the launch of the new version of Elementary OS 5.1.4 was presented, which is a distribution that is positioned as an alternative
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc4 and everything is still very calm. If it continues like this, the stable version will arrive later this month.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install LAMP in Ubuntu 20.04, or what is the same; Apache, MariaDB and PHP.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install Visual Studio Code in Ubuntu 20.04 from snap or from Microsoft repos.
Nate Graham's weekly note on what's coming to KDE told us about improvements to Dolphin and other minor changes.
In the monthly note on the news on Linux Mint, Clement Lefebvre has advanced that Ulyana will have brighter colors.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install NodeJS and npm on Ubuntu 20.04 and 18.04 from NodeSource or snap.
GNOME 3.37.1 has arrived as the first step towards GNOME 3.38, the graphical environment that Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla will use, with little notable news.
In this article we show you how to download any video or audio from YouTube, and all this without installing extra software.
There are already two Ubuntu flavors that have uploaded the first Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla Daily Build. Soon, the rest of the versions.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how we can install Apache web server on Ubuntu 20.04 and some basic commands to use
Canonical has released new versions of the Ubuntu kernel for all supported versions, this time including Focal Fossa.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Submix Audio Editor. This is a free, multitrack audio editor for doing basic things.
In this article we show you the updated system to use Flatpak packages in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa with its new software store.
Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla has started its development, which means that discussions have started to introduce the changes for this version.
In this article we explain how to completely get rid of Canonical Snap packages on your Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc3, a third Release Candidate in a series that is being developed so calmly that it even bores its creator.
Ubuntu is working to allow us to log in via fingerprints, but will this new be ready for next October?
In the next article we are going to take a look at Opera 68. In this latest version of this web browser we will find support for Instagram.
KDE will continue to improve Elisa will follow in August and other changes that will arrive soon on your desktop
KDE has announced that Kubuntu's default player, Elisa, will continue to improve this summer, among other new features that will be released soon.
Why you should go back to GNOME Software and forget about Ubuntu Software from Ubuntu 20.04 ... at least for now
GNOME Software has been removed from Ubuntu 20.04, but it is best to reinstall it and regain full functionality. We tell you how.
Groovy Gorilla. That will be the codename for Ubuntu 20.10, the next version of Canonical's system that will arrive this October.
In the next article we are going to take a look at JClic. This is an environment for creating and conducting educational multimedia activities.
Kdenlive 20.04 arrives as the first version of this series with interesting news such as improvements in the editing tools.
After having installed Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, depending on the type of installation you have chosen, it's time to install ...
In previous articles I shared two methods to install the new version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on our computer, this ...
Ubuntu Studio 20.04 now available, with the same graphical environment as Xubuntu 20.04 and these news
After a time of uncertainty, we already have a new Ubuntu Studio version: Ubuntu Studio 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa arrives with this news.
Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 arrives doing homework to present its serious candidacy to become an official flavor
Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 is the first version of this distribution to arrive on the correct date. Includes all these news.
Xubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa is now available for download, installation or update. In this article we will tell you all about the launch.
Lubuntu 20.04 has arrived as the most recent LTS version with outstanding news like the ones we explain in this article.
In this new article we share a small installation guide, which is intended to support newbies who still have their doubts in the process
We are going to share some simple steps with which we can update from a previous version of Ubuntu (that has support) to this new version ...
KDE Applications 20.04 comes with many new functions in Elisa, Dolphin, Kdenlive and the rest of apps
KDE Applications 20.04 is now available, a major update that comes with new functions in Elisa, Dolphin and the rest of the project's apps.
Ubuntu Lumina, future new distro of those that promise to resurrect old equipment or be ultra-fast in the most modern
Ubuntu Lumina is a new project that combines the benefits of Ubuntu with a graphical environment designed to be fast, light and functional.
UBports has advanced that the OTA-12 of Ubuntu Touch will arrive at the beginning of May, on the 6th, and among its novelties we will have an improved home screen.
In the next article we are going to take a look at BleachBit 4.0.0. This is a cleaning and maintenance program for our Ubuntu system.
A few days ago the new version of OpenVPN 2.4.9 was released, this being a corrective version that was released with ...
In the next article we are going to take a look at Sharutils. This group of utilities will allow us to create self-extracting files with shar.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc2 and among the changes we have made it allows to accommodate larger AMD CPU microcode files.
In this article we show you how to install UNetbootin in Ubuntu 18.04 via repository and in Ubuntu 20.04 from its binaries.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Slim PDF Reader. It is a free PDF viewer that we can use in Ubuntu.
Nate Graham, from the KDE Community, talks about new features they are preparing for the desktop he develops, and they are not few.
Ubuntu 20.04 will replace Ubuntu Software with the Snap Store. What does this mean? After the confusion is over, this will be good news.
In this article we talk about different software that we can use in Ubuntu to carry out the invoicing and accounting of our business.
In the next article we are going to take a look at sncli. This application will allow us to use SimpleNote from the Ubuntu terminal.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Productivity Timer. This is an application to manage our time in front of the screen.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Megacubo. It is an IPTV player with which to watch TV from Ubuntu
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.7-rc1, a new first Release Candidate that arrives very calmly, despite everything we are experiencing.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Hugo. It is a fast, flexible and totally free static website generator.
KDE has published a new article on its blog in which it tells us about future news, such as the ability to configure the scrolling speed.
In the next article we are going to take a look at v. This program will help us to produce our own DVD images.
Are you looking forward to the arrival of Plasma 5.18.4 to your Discover? You're not alone. Its arrival has been delayed by Kubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Foliate 2.0. This is the latest version to date of this eBook reader that brings many changes.
Mozilla has launched Firefox 75, the latest major version of its browser that has come with the improved address bar among other novelties.
Canonical has once again updated the kernel of the operating system it develops, Ubuntu. This time it has fixed few bugs.
In the next article we are going to take a look at the latest update of this free planetarium called Stellarium 0.20.
KDE has promised that it will improve the performance of some of its software, which will translate into more speed when performing some tasks.
Mozilla has released Firefox 74.0.1, a maintenance update that has arrived to fix two security flaws that were being exploited.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Sourcetrail. This is a code explorer that includes an interactive dependency graph.
The countdown has already begun: Canonical has just released Ubuntu 20.04 Beta, along with all its official flavors, including Kubuntu and Xubuntu.
Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 Beta is now available, ahead of the other official flavors. It comes with Linux 5.4 and the latest version of Cinnamon Desktop.
In the next article we are going to take a look at CudaText. It is a free code editor for Ubuntu with a good handful of options.
In the next article we are going to take a look at MystiQ Video Converter. It is a very easy to use audio and video converter in Ubuntu.
We already know what Linux Mint 20 will be called: its codename will be Ulyana and it will be based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.
The KDE community has released Plasma 5.18.4, the fourth and penultimate maintenance release of the graphical environment to be used by Kubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa.
With web hosting or Web Hosting we can save certain content on the web. But is one with Linux better or one with Windows? We explain it to you.
The kernel for the last two Ubuntu releases has been updated to address a single vulnerability, but it is a high priority.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Eclipse 2020-03. This is a fantastic IDE with which we can develop Java codes.
Linux 5.6: the stable version of this great release is now available… it will not reach Focal Fossa. These are its most outstanding news
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6, the latest stable version of the kernel that he develops that has come with a lot of interesting news.
In this week's note, KDE has promised that they will introduce many new features in the software they develop. They also tell us about other changes
In the next article we are going to take a look at Fondo. It is an application to search and download wallpapers from Unsplash.
Wine 5.5 is now available to improve support for some libraries and correct many bugs related to specific software.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Electerm. It is a terminal client that offers file manager, ssh and sftp.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Corona-cli. This is a tool that will allow us to follow the statistics on COVID-19.
KDE has introduced Plasma Bigscreen, an operating system or launcher designed for use on televisions compatible with the Raspberry Pi.
In the next article we are going to take a look at OpenMeetings. It is a server to establish conferences over the internet.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Podfox. This is a program for the terminal with which we can download our favorite podcasts.
A developer has gotten his Redmi Note 7 to run Ubuntu Touch, Ubuntu's mobile operating system now developed by UBports.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc7, the latest Release Candidate of this version called to be the most important in the history of the kernel.
KDE Community continues to work despite the COVID-19 crisis. Your machinery does not stop and you are already preparing future changes to your software.
In the next article we are going to take a look at NoMachine. This is a tool to access remote desktops locally or via the internet.
Canonical has isolated itself and its workers will perform their tasks remotely, so the Ubuntu 20.04 release will not be affected by Covid-19.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa has changed its boot screen and now shows your computer logo while booting.
After several surveys, Ubuntu has presented what has been the best wallpaper in its history. Here you can find out.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Alacritty. It is a terminal emulator that focuses on being simple and fast.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Heimer. This is a simple software with which we can create mind maps.
Ubuntu is holding a "world cup" to find out what is the best wallpaper in its history. Who will be the winner?
In this article we are going to take a look at Webots. This is a program to simulate 3D mobile robots for educational purposes.
Canonical has once again updated the Ubuntu kernel to fix a handful of security flaws. It is recommended to update as soon as possible.
Recently the launch of the new version of the mail client “Geary 3.36” was announced, which comes with some very interesting changes ...
In the next article we are going to take a look at Freeplane. With this program we can create mind maps and knowledge management.
Everything returns to normal with the release of Linux 5.6-rc6, just a week later when things were not as expected.
KDE has released Frameworks 5.68.0, the latest version of these libraries that enhance everything KDE-related from within.
KDE is focusing on improving the systray of its graphical environment. He is also working on more changes that we mention here.
ikona is a new "KDE Application" that will help developers create icons that fit well in all scenarios.
Once again, it seems that Ubuntu Studio could disappear. Its developers ask for the support of the community to move forward.
In the next article we are going to take a look at the Bladecoder Adventure Engine. It is a 2D engine to create graphic adventures.
In this article we show you how to install Firefox 75 from its Flatpak version, more specifically the beta of said version of the browser.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Pngquant. This is a command line utility for compressing PNG images.
GNOME 3.36, now available the version of the graphical environment that Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa will use
A few moments ago, GNOME 3.36, the graphical environment that will include the next version of Ubuntu, which will be released in April, is available.
Plasma 5.18.3 has already arrived as the third maintenance release in this series to make the KDE graphical environment even better.
In the following article we are going to take a look at some keyboard shortcuts for Gnome that will allow us to work faster on this desktop.
Mozilla has released Firefox 74, the new version of its browser that includes notable new features, but Multi-Account Containers is not one of them.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc5, the fifth Release Candidate of this kernel version which he says is the largest in its history.
In the following article we are going to take a look at how a user reset the desktop to default settings using dconf
GNOME 3.36 will arrive in just a week, but its developers have included last minute changes in RC 2 of the next version of the graphical environment.
KDE Community has released KDE Applications 19.12.3, the third and last maintenance release in this series that comes to fix bugs.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Glimpse 0.1.2. It is a fork of the popular Gimp, and it only differs in name.
After several days of delay, the new version of Chrome OS 80 was finally released, since the launch was scheduled for February 11 ...
You can now download the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa wallpapers, and see how it would look in other flavors
Although Canonical has not announced it from any official media, you can now download the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa wallpapers.
Kodi 18.6 Leia is here as the last maintenance version of this series and has come to correct errors in all its sections.
In the next article we are going to take a look at gImageReader. This is an OCR-capable PDF application that we can use in Ubuntu.
Linux Mint has told us about his future plans, among which there is a new color palette in which pink makes an appearance.
Linux Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc4, a version that has gained some weight, but is expected to start to drop soon.
Nate Graham from KDE has posted a short post about what they are working on which it is hinted that they are already focusing on Plasma 5.19.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Cube 2 Sauerbraten. This is the second part of the famous Cube FPS game available as Flatpak.
Xubuntu 20.04 has opened its wallpaper contest. The six winners will be included in the operating system that will be released in April.
Today privacy and keeping information safe is not a matter for just a few. Since today many ill-intentioned people ...
Ubuntu Budgie 20.10 is already being prepared and its developers give us the opportunity to influence its development
The developers of the Ubuntu Budgie flavor invite us to influence the development of the next version, Ubuntu Budgie 20.10.
Lomiri. This is how UBports has renamed the graphical environment it has developed since Canonical abandoned Unity 8 and convergence. We tell you the reasons.
Although not yet officially, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa has revealed what will be the wallpaper that it will use from next April.
The developers of the popular web browser Opera, announced a few days ago the release of a new version of their web browser ...
In the next article we are going to take a look at another Markdown app called Notable. It is an application that will delight users.
In the coming months, Firefox for Linux and macOS will introduce new technology that will make using the browser more secure.
KDE has released Plasma 5.18.2, the second maintenance release in this series that has arrived to continue polishing the graphical environment.
In the next article we are going to take a look at LibrePCB. This is an open source application for editing circuits.
This is better: Ubuntu 20.04 will introduce a new section "Appearance" from which we can choose our favorite theme
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa will introduce a new section in the system preferences that will allow us to choose the system theme.
In the next article we are going to take a look at the Markdown Preview. This is a plugin for Gedit with which to add Markdown support to the editor.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc3 and at the moment everything is going smoothly in the development of a kernel that will be very important.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Pixelorama. It is a free pixel and sprite editor available for Ubuntu.
Plasma 5.18.2 will introduce new fixes in two days, and KDE Applications 20.04 already has a scheduled date
Plasma 5.18.2 will arrive to continue solving bugs in this series and Plasma 5.19 continues to advance us the news that it will include.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Mini Diary. It is a very simple personal diary that we can protect with a password.
In the next article we are going to take a look at buku. This is a program with which to manage browser bookmarks from the command line
Canonical has updated the page on their ISOs for Raspberry Pi boards and it is now easier to find the right image for our board.
GNOME 3.34.4 has arrived to fix several of the known bugs in this series. Your code is now downloadable and will hit the major PPAs soon.
In the next article we are going to take a look at how we can install PokerTH. With this game we can practice Texas Hold'em poker.
Canonical has released several patches to fix various security flaws, among which we have updated kernel versions.
The KDE Community has released Plasma 5.18.1, the first maintenance release in this series that fixes many bugs found during the past week.
Firefox 73.0.1 has arrived to solve a total of 5 bugs, among which we have several that caused unexpected closures and crashes.
MyPaint 2.0 is a software update with major changes, so its developers have decided to change the numbering from 1.3.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc2, a new Release Candidate of the kernel currently in development that has not introduced major changes.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Standard Notes. It is a note-taking application focused on the privacy of the notes.
Plasma 5.18.1 is coming soon and will fix many of the bugs that have been found in past releases. Future features have also advanced.
In the next article we are going to take a look at gif-cli. It is a cli with which we can search for animated gifs on giphy.
Rhythmbox 3.4.4, one of the most popular music listening applications on Linux, has released a new version with a redesign of its icon.
Alex Larsson has released Flatpak 1.6.2, a minor update that has arrived to repair a regression of previous versions.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.04.4, the fourth revision of Bionic Beaver that comes with the most notable new feature of the Linux 5.4 kernel.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Ommpfritt. This is an application for vector modeling available as AppImage.
The Wayland graphical server protocol released a new version yesterday. This is Wayland 1.18, a delivery that has ...
In this short article we explain how the new emoji selector application introduced by KDE Plasma 5.18.0 works.
In the next article we are going to take a look at ksnip 1.6.1. A handful of improvements have been added to this screenshot program.
As scheduled, Mozilla has just released Firefox 73. This new version comes with improved playback sound and other new features.
Plasma 5.18.0 has already been officially released. It comes with many major changes to what is the most important version of Plasma to date.
The graphical environment MATE 1.24 has been officially released. Among its novelties, dozens of changes in its applications stand out.
KDE Frameworks 5.67 has come with just under 150 changes that will improve the user experience for all KDE software, such as Plasma.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.6-rc1, a first Release Candidate of a Linux kernel that will bring many important new features.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Friture Audio Analyzer. This is a real-time audio analyzer that we can use in Ubuntu.
In this article we talk about several of the new features that will arrive with GNOME 3.36, which is expected to be a major release.
Plasma 5.18.0 will arrive in two days. In this article we will tell you about the last touches they have added and other news that will come later.
Elisa will be the default music player in Kubuntu 20.04. If you have a problem with your covers, here we tell you a possible solution.
The GNOME Project is working on making GNOME 3.36 another great release for the graphical environment, which is good news for Ubuntu.
In mid-January, Canonical advanced its plans to update Ubuntu 20.04's default theme. The person in charge of…
In the next article we are going to take a look at Pencil2D. With this simple tool we will be able to create 2D animations by hand.
Along with KDE Applications 19.12.2, KDE Community has released Kdenlive 19.12.2, a minor update that will not go down in history as the most complete.
KDE Community has released KDE Applications 19.12.2, the second maintenance release in this series that has arrived to fix bugs.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Lightworks 20. It is a new beta version of this fantastic professional video editor.
Linux 5.5 is out now and Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa will be a long time coming, but it seems that we will not be able to take advantage of the latest kernel news.
The Kubuntu Daily Builds already use Elisa as the default player, and include a new icon for the application launcher
The latest Kubuntu 20.04 Daily Build Focal Fossa already uses Elisa as the default music player. Until now I used Cantata.
In late January, KDE Community and Tuxedo, in collaboration with MindShareManagement, released the Kubuntu Focus. It's about a…
Project Debian and Canonical, among others, have published information about a vulnerability in Sudo that allowed the wrong person to execute commands.
In the next article we are going to take a look at StatusPilatus. This is a tool to obtain system information from the graphical environment.
WSL allows us to use the Linux terminal on Windows, but not to run GUI apps. If the latter is what you want, you can use VcXsrv.
Linux 5.6 will be a very important release and among the new features that it will include there will be one to cool the CPU. How will do?
Ubuntu Studio 20.04 has opened a wallpaper contest for Focal Fossa. To participate, we will have to upload the images to Imgur.
KDE starts to focus on fixing Plasma 5.19 bugs, but they remind us that Plasma 5.18 is only 10 days away.
Ferdi is one of the first Forks of Franz Messenger, and it has some improvements that make the app worth trying.
In the next article we are going to take a look at PhotoFlare. It is a simple but powerful cross-platform image editor.
In the next article we are going to take a look at the Racket programming language and how we can install it on Ubuntu.
Although it will not use a kernel that officially supports it, Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa will support WireGuard. Canonical will take care of it.
The free Godot 3.2 game engine has been released, which is suitable for creating 2D and 3D games. The engine supports a language ...
The latest development version of GIMP shows that the famous open source image editor will be more like Photoshop very soon.
Firefox 74 will include a feature very similar to the Multi-Account Containers extension. It is currently being tested on Firefox Nightly.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Rudder Continuous Auditing & Configuration and how we can install it on Ubuntu.
Canonical has once again updated the Ubuntu kernel and all its official flavors, it is again for security, but this time for fewer bugs.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Open Surge. This is a fun 2D retro platform game that will allow us to create new levels.
According to the list of news they are preparing, Linux 5.6, the next version of the Linux kernel, will be a major release.
In the end there was no rc8 and Linux Torvalds released the final version of Linux 5.5 yesterday, a version of the kernel with many improvements in hardware support.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Gnome Builder. This is a general purpose IDE for developing software on the Gnome desktop.
Telegram is the first app to gain compatibility with Plasma 5.18 interactive notifications and other new features
Among the novelties of this week, Telegram arrives stomping and is already compatible with the interactive notifications of Plasma 5.18.
Plasma 5.18 has unveiled the wallpaper you will be using. It will be available when the stable version hits the Backports repository.
Firefox 74 includes a new option in about: config that will prevent browser tabs from detaching. We explain how to get it.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Pure Maps. This is a map viewer to use in Ubuntu that we can install using Flatpak.
Flatpak 1.6.1 has arrived as the first maintenance release in a series important for including new security features and making payments possible.
In the next article we are going to take a look at BreakTimer. This program will help us to manage the breaks in front of the screen.
After a year of development, the team behind WineHQ has released the stable version of Wine ...
KDE Plasma 5.18.0 will introduce a new system reporting tool similar to the one already available in Ubuntu and it will be optional.
The Amazon app, installed by default in Ubuntu for almost a decade, will no longer appear in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.
In the next article we are going to take a look at jrnl. This is an application for taking notes from the command line.
The upcoming XFCE release of Ubuntu, Xubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa will join the trend and finally include a dark theme for the entire system.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.5-rc7 with few changes and suggests that the final version could be released within a week.
KDE has revealed to us this week some of the first news that they are preparing for Plasma 5.19. We tell you these and other news.
In the next article we are going to take a look at ttyrec. This program will allow us to record our activity on the terminal.
XFCE 4.16 is coming in June and will add important features that will make it more visually appealing. Does this mean that it will no longer be so fluid?
The developers of this beautiful distribution have advanced that elementary OS 6 will be based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.
KDE Community has released the first beta of Plasma 5.18.0. In this article we will tell you about its most outstanding news and how to try it now.
Although Canonical dropped it, Unity 8 is still in development and could be a good option in the future, but not by the time Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa launches.
In the next article we are going to take a look at PSeInt. This is a pseudo-code interpreter intended for teachers and programming students.
Canonical is working on a new theme for its operating system that will debut in Ubuntu 20.04. Here you can take a first look at it.
Firefox 74, currently on Mozilla's Nightly channel, has been confirmed to discontinue support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.
KDE Community has released Frameworks 5.66, a new update that comes with more than 100 changes to improve KDE software.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Nootka. It is a free music notation application available for Ubuntu.
Linux 5.5-rc6 has arrived after a relatively quiet week, but Torvalds is already considering delaying the release of the stable version.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Veusz. This is a scientific program to produce ready-to-publish 2D and 3D plots.
KDE tells us this week about new features such as an applet for Night Color that will be automatically displayed in the system tray.
Kdenlive 19.12.1 comes with many important corrections, and some irrelevant changes such as the change of the year of Copyright
KDE Community has released Kdenlive 19.12.1, the first maintenance release in this series that comes to fix a handful of bugs.
ZFS as root will be one of the most outstanding novelties of Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa, but if we pay attention to Linus Torvalds, it may not be worth it.
Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo will stop receiving support on January 23rd. If you are using that version, consider updating now.
Firefox 72.0.1 has reached the official repositories directly, with many new features and several security fixes.
In the next article we are going to take a look at TensorFlow. This is a software library created and maintained by Google for numerical computing.
24 hours after the first version, Mozilla has released Firefox 72.0.1 to fix a security flaw they consider critical.
GNOME 3.34.3 arrives to continue correcting the graphical environment of Ubuntu and other famous distros
GNOME Project has released GNOME 3.34.3, which coincides with the third maintenance release in this series and continues to polish the famous graphical environment.
KDE Applications 19.12.1 is now available. They come with almost 300 changes and will soon be available on operating systems with special repositories.
For several days now, many players of the popular Battlefield V game who run this title on a Linux distribution reported that ...
A few days ago the launch of the new version of the popular open source racing game SuperTuxKart 1.1 was announced, which has already ...
The KDE Community has released Plasma 5.17.5, which coincides with the latest maintenance release in this series and sets the stage for Plasma 5.18.0.
Canonical has released updated versions of the Ubuntu kernel to fix up to 30 security flaws. Update as soon as possible.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Mono. This is a free .NET implementation with which to create cross-platform applications.
Dell congratulates us on the year with the 2020 XPS 13 Developer Edition, with Ubuntu 18.04 and fingerprint reader
Dell has entered 2020 by introducing us to a new computer, the XPS 13 Developer Edition from 2020 that uses the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system.
Mozilla has already uploaded Firefox 72 to its FTP server. The official release will arrive in the next 24 hours with PiP activated on Linux.
In the next article we are going to take a look at LiteIDE. It is a development environment designed for projects developed with Go.
Although its development has not started yet, Linux 5.6 is already preparing some changes. In this article we name you some of its novelties.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.5-rc5, the latest Release Candidate that comes with many small fixes and a major fix.
In the next article we are going to take a look at QDirStat. It is a program to clean the hard drive of our computer.
KDE presents us with the gifts of the Magi, among which we will have the possibility to respond to messages from the notification
KDE has published today, Three Kings Eve, changes that will come to its software, as an interesting novelty in the notification system.
In the next article we are going to take a look at IDLE Python. This is an integrated learning and development environment for Python.
Much has been said about it and the doubt has already been cleared: Ubuntu Studio 20.04 Focal Fossa will be an LTS version ... initially.
The Lubuntu team advises us: if you use Lubuntu 18.04, upgrade to Eoan Ermine now. You will not be able to upgrade directly to Focal Fossa.
In the next article we are going to take a look at LMMS 1.2.1. This is the latest released update for Linux MultiMedia Studio.
GNOME, the graphical environment that Ubuntu uses, has a screen recorder installed by default. In this article we teach you everything you need to know.
Yesterday, the last day of 2019, Nate Graham gave a review of everything that KDE had achieved in the last ...
KDE Community is working to make the Elisa music player the one that is included by default in Kubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.
KDE Community has published an article that reminds us of all the progress they have made in 2019. And they are not few.
One of the novelties that will come from the hand of Firefox 73 is that we will be able to configure the percentage of the zoom for all web pages.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.5-rc4, a Christmas version that they have taken in stride but is here to fix a few bugs.
Nate Graham from KDE Communiti keeps telling us about what's coming soon to Plasma, KDE Applications, and Frameworks.
The actual development phase of KDE Frameworks 6 will begin soon and the first thing KDE Community will do is clean up the code from previous versions.
In the following article we are going to take a look at Darktable 3. It is the last version published until today of this program to work with RAW images.
Linux 5.3 has reached the end of its life cycle, so it is recommended to update the kernel to Linux 5.4 as soon as possible.
After the December version release, Clement Lefebvre first mentioned Linux Mint 20 and LMDE 4.
In the next article we are going to take a look at Headset 3.1. This program will allow us to play YouTube videos and music from the Desktop.
VLC 4 will be a revolution in one of the best media players out there, but they are taking their time and now it could improve.
In the next article we are going to take a look at OpenClonk. It is a free, multiplatform 2D action game.
In the next article we are going to take a look at OpenLiteSpeed. This is the open source version of LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise.
Plasma 5.18 has opened a wallpaper contest that you can now participate in. The winner will appear on Plasma from February
In the middle of the Christmas season, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.3-rc3 without many notable new features, but many fixes.
In the next article we are going to take a look at the uTorrent server. This BitTorrent server has a simple installation on Ubuntu.