There’s a rather annoying memory leak in GNOME Shell, and it’s unlikely to be fixed in time for the release of Ubuntu 18.04 next month.
So you’ve installed Ubuntu 17.10 but you’re not 100% sold on the direction Ubuntu has taken the GNOME desktop in — no shame in that. The customized version of GNOME that Ubuntu 17.10 uses is very much in the mould of the (now defunct) Unity desktop, so it won’t be to everyone’s tastes. If you’d like […]
This post, How To Install Vanilla GNOME Shell on Ubuntu 17.10, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
GNOME 3.26 has been officially released — hurrah! If you’ve been waiting on the official nod to pull the string of your celebratory party popper, that’s your cue! A mailing list post, a fancy wiki page, and an official blog post all flag the new release, which has been in development for the past 6 months. […]
GNOME 3.26 removes the legacy tray area still used by some desktops apps. We ask whether this decision is really as big of a deal as it sounds.
This post, GNOME 3.26 Removes the Legacy System Tray — But Will You Miss It?, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Most of us expected Ubuntu 17.10 would ship with GNOME Shell 3.26 on board — but it’s nice to hear it confirmed. A feature-freeze exception filed pending a package update last week has been approved, and now the first packages of GNOME Shell 3.26 are filtering out through the artful-proposed repository, ready for testing by […]
I love the GNOME Games app, it lets me manage and play my collection of retro games Not the best named app, GNOME Games is the desktop app for managing and browsing your games collection. Through the use of libretro cores it allows you to play many types of games in your library too, either […]
This post, GNOME Games App Picks up Controller & Keyboard Config, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.