Posts Tagged ‘unity’
The distro before the LTS comes with some new toys in the shape of Canonical’s display server Mir. Is it a sign of good things to come?
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
It’s that time again for a new Ubuntu – should you be raring to go with it, or is it a case of more of the same?
With the release of Ubuntu 13.04 today, Canonical have revealed the name of the next version – Saucy Salamander
Ubuntu 13.04 is out tomorrow, 25th April, and the Raring Ringtail is getting some new features over the Quantal Quetzal
Future Ubuntu releases that are non-LTS will now receive nine-months of support, an opposite move to the recent lengthening of LTS desktop support
Unity 4, the latest version of the popular multi-platform game engine tech, is finally out and now includes Linux deployment previews
The latest version of the GNOME Shell is here, has it addressed the concerns of users, or gone further down the path of simplification?
Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal is on its way, and the first beta of the distro has just been released for people to test
The rumours of the Unity game engine being ported to Linux have been confirmed true as Unity Technologies opens pre-orders for Unity 4
Newly released Ubuntu based distribution Hybryde allows you to switch between desktop environments without even logging out, and comes with Unity, KDE, and LXDE by default
Ubuntu 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’, Canonical’s biggest ever LTS has arrived, but can the latest round of improvements win over its critics? Linux User’s editor, Russell Barnes, takes a look at the broader view…