by on April 16, 2020
This article is taken from omgubuntu.com  Ubuntu 20.04 in Screenshots ...
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by on December 26, 2019
The MintBox 3, which was announced back in July, has finally gone on sale. The fanless desktop PC is made by established PC maker CompuLab and comes pre-loaded with the Linux Mint operating system (which just got a new release, in case you hadn’t heard). But unlike its low-power and low-cost predecessors the MintBox 3 touts some seriously decent specs — and a price that will make your eyes water! ...
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by on December 26, 2019
In this post I lay out 5 Linux predictions for 2020, though I’ll admit in advance that I’m not much of a psychic! ߘ The past twelve months have kept the open source and Linux communities busy ɢ a number of my Linux predictions for 2019 even came to pass — but next year looks set to be even better. So, having recapped the best Linux distros of 2019 let us turn our thoughts to what the upcoming year may bring. ...
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by on November 29, 2019
The new Linux 5.4 kernel brings a raft of notable changes and improvements to the fore, just like every kernel release does. Linux Founder Linus Torvalds announced the Linux 5.4 release on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (lkml) saying: “Not a lot happened this last week, which is just how I like it.” With 5.4 out the merge window for Linux 5.5 is now open. But Linus cautions that the American tradition of Thanksgiving may get in the way. ...
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by on November 29, 2019
With the Ubuntu 19.10 release out the way attention turns to the next major update, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, which is due to be released on April 23, 2020. This early in the release cycle — there aren’t even any daily builds yet — there isn’t an awful lot of information to go on, and few concrete plans are in place. But we do know when Ubuntu 20.04 is due for release, how long it’ll be supported for, and even some early details on what it’s likely to include. ...
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by on November 20, 2019
Samsung has called quits on its effort to provide a full Linux desktop platform for Android. In an email to beta testers last week, Samsung said it would not support its Linux on DeX beta program for future operating system and device releases. Samsung's announcement coincides with Google's release of the Android 10 OS update and its rollout on Samsung phones. Neither company will provide Linux on DeX support. ...
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by on November 20, 2019
It’s now possible to download Ubuntu 20.04 daily builds for testing! Freshly spun ISOs of what will go on to become Ubuntu’s next long-term support release (aka 20.04 LTS) will be produced every day from now until shortly before the final, stable release makes an appearance in April 2020. Prior to today (November 19, 2019) only “pending” live images had been available on the Ubuntu CD image server. Now ‘Current’ images — these are images that have passed a series of automated tests — are a...
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by on November 7, 2019
It’s official: Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux! News that a Linux port of the Chromium-based Edge browser is on the way isn’t too much of surprise given that Microsoft developers have teased the possibility several times before. They’ve previously gone on record as saying that Edge for Linux is “something we’d like to do” and something that would happen “eventually”. They even launched a survey to scope out feedback on the idea from existing Linux users. ...
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by on November 7, 2019
The release, the latest stable update to the hugely popular open source web browser, features a number of notable improvements and privacy enhancements. Among the changes is the new Firefox logo we reported on back in June. ...
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by on November 7, 2019
Each new Ubuntu release ships with major differences from the last one, so swotting up on what’s change is always a good place to start. Ubuntu 19.10 features a stack of improvements, including app folder organisation and a new ‘light’ look, experimental ZFS install support, GNOME 3.34, and the latest Linux 5.3 kernel. We made a short video to showcase all of the major differences that are new in this release, so check it out! ...
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by on September 13, 2019
I wanted to mirror my Android phone on the Ubuntu desktop over USB, but didn’t want to install an app on my phone or subscribe to a service. A canny bit of Googling threw up a neat solution: a free, open-source tool designed precisely for this purpose. And in this post I’m gonna tell you a bit more about it. ...
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by on September 13, 2019
If you’re in the market for a powerful Linux laptop you definitely want to check out the new 9th generation Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition, announced today. Intel’s 10th Generation Core U series sit at the heart of the refreshed notebook which, in its ‘developer edition’ guise, comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS. The Dell XPS 13 developer edition (7390) will be made available to buy in the United States, Canada and throughout Europe during September. ...
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