The beta version of Fedora 34 has launched, allowing users to take the latest version of the distro for a spin and start playing with some of the new features. One of the biggest differences users will note is GNOME 40, the latest update to the popular desktop environment. Fedora 34 Beta Is Available for
Do you frequently use web apps? Would you prefer them to be more integrated into your desktop? The free and open source web browser called GNOME Web, aka Epiphany, can do just that. This feature is not exclusive to GNOME Web. You’ll find web apps for Google Chrome in the Chrome Web Store, and Google
For most popular versions of Linux, GNOME is the desktop interface you see. If your experience is slow or laggy, there are several adjustments you can make regardless of whether you’re using Ubuntu, Fedora, or Debian. Want to speed up your GNOME experience? Here are six tweaks that can put a spring into GNOME’s step.
GNOME is a desktop environment for free and open source operating systems like Linux. It manages what you see on screen, such as panels and docks, and it’s how you switch between applications. Many Linux operating systems use GNOME. Back in 2010, the most popular Linux operating system created its own interface based, in part,
Google has launched a brand new product called Google Gnome. This is a smart product for smart people, with Google announcing that the arrival of Google Gnome means that, “The smart yard is finally here”. Given how useful Google Gnome could prove to be, you’d be a fool not to buy one. Google Home is
GNOME is one of the most popular desktop environments for Linux, but it doesn’t have its own office suite. Except it kind of does, and I’m not talking about LibreOffice. GNOME Office isn’t a term you see marketed heavily. Don’t try searching for it in your package manager. You probably won’t find anything. That’s because a