Posts Tagged ‘Gnome’
LXLE updates for the Lubuntu 14.04 LTS release – but can this lightweight distro really keep an aging PC going for two years?
Red Hat Enterprise Linux for the masses, the Community Enterprise Operating System has been upgraded with some of the newest features from RHEL
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend
Debian drops GNOME as the default desktop in favour of xfce, however this may not be for good
The free software desktop has lacked the controlled minimalism and polish of Apple, or even Microsoft, but gains (or suffers) from a plurality of options…
Individual elements of KDE are being split off into different development cycles, and KDE Workspaces 4.11 will make way for the (temporarily named) Plasma Workspaces 2
The delayed Plasma Media Centre beta is finally out, upgrading the somewhat lacklustre original outing
The developers set about revising GNOME as an up-to-date desktop suitable for both mobile and static desktop devices – and were surprised by the sometimes hostile response their work received. Richard Hillesley reads the runes
After a long delayed and divisive Fedora 18, how has the latest Fedora shaped up
KDE 4.11′s first release candidate shows off new versions of Plasma Workspaces, Applications, and the Development Platform.
Read the rest of our interview with Clement Lefebvre and the Mint Dev Team from the latest issue of Linux User & Developer, 128
Fedora 19 has been released without delay, with new tools for novice and veteran developers, as well as upgraded admin tools