Posts Tagged ‘Gnome’
Fedora 19 Alpha is the second of the three major releases this week, and this development release marks the beginning of public testing for the next major version of the distro
A Turkish distro that’s been on hiatus for a couple of years, is this latest version a long awaited sequel, or a disappointing reboot?
The latest version of the GNOME 2 fork, MATE, is now out. MATE 1.6 includes updates to Caja, the panel and the control center
The second beta of the next GNOME Shell’s development has been released slightly late, and is now available for testing
IgnorantGuru, Linux blogger and developer of the innovative SpaceFM file manager, bemoans a corporate threat to Linux.
The story of Qt and the Kool Desktop Environment
The KDE 4.10 Software Compilation to be more exact, which includes the new versions of Plasma Workspaces, Applications and Development Platform
The final KDE 4.10 release candidate is now out, with features for the final release including faster indexing, better notifications, and Qt Quick
After much delay, the Spherical Cow graces us with its presence. How does the final version of Fedora 18 stack up?
The Beta for Fedora 18 has been delayed for over a month now, but it’s finally been deemed ready and released for testing
GNOME Shell is one step closer with 3.8, with 3.7.2 making numerous fixes as development continues
The latest version of the GNOME Shell is here, has it addressed the concerns of users, or gone further down the path of simplification?