Three new Gnome Shell extensions that could be your problem solver.
Ryan Lortie wants to do away with GNOME’s “Linux-only” label.
The end of this year’s Google Summer of Code has come and the work results of students and their mentors are simply amazing!
Taking a look at the most important changes of every Gnome utility for this version
The future of our favorite desktop environment as it is formed through the upcoming features of 3.10 and 3.12
A look in the situation of the current Gnome Goals and a quick comparison to earlier data
Yet another cool extension from mathematical.coffee, that places workspaces into a grid instead of a list.
Two new useful GS extensions added in the extension galore, providing users with even more options and a different approach.
The second major release of the popular multimedia codec software creation project is finally here!
A little extension that makes everything transparent
This is an Chrome Extension from Rodrigo Moya that adds Chrome/mium Web-Apps into Shell Apps Overview.
A simple way to get notified about birthdays in the system status area
Don’t be alert, Linux Desktop is still 99,99% Virus-Free in practice -not in theory-, but we might still need an antivirus for it!
Here’s a quick way to search your notes from the overview screen!
The second major version of Igalia’s port of the popular web rendering engine significantly changes the way we use Web
Gnome 3.8 has been released and apart from the various Gnome libraries, services and core parts that have been upgraded, we should take a look on the applications and utilities that are also part of Gnome. How did the tools that we will be using every day evolved? What new exciting features and improvements consist […]
Gnome 3.8 has been released and apart from the various Gnome libraries, services and core parts that have been upgraded, we should take a look on the applications and utilities that are also an important part of Gnome. How did the tools that we will be using every day evolved? What new exciting features and […]
Screenlets are a thing of the past for Gnome, but things of the past that still work fine today may be useful, helpful or just fun to have for some people. The HAL 9000 screenlet released version 1.0 a few hours ago, so it was time for me to check out if I can have […]
Looking, testing, discussing and analyzing Gnome-Shell 3.8 new features is fun for everyone, but apart from what you see and use directly there are many improvements and new things that happen in the infrastructure of Gnome that is GTK and GLib. This article aims to gather the most important new possibilities that version 3.8 of […]
Nautilus scripts are a great way to expand the abilities of Gnome’s default file manager. Since all files are accessed that way, scripts that are a click away can help us easily convert, upload, check files or even open the radio! Document conversion scripts is something that can help us improve the so important interoperability, […]