The next stable release of GNOME Photos includes a number of core improvements, including new photo editing features. As a Shotwell alternative Photos is …Well, it’s getting there. It handles the basics well enough, letting you import and browse photos, sort them into albums, and share them via email. GNOME Photos is also a photo editor and has […]
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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will use an older version of Nautilus so that users can put icons on the desktop. Upstream GNOME has removed desktop support in Nautilus 3.28.
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If you’re among the many GNOME Shell users who like to put icons on the desktop, brace yourself for change Developers working on the next major release of the GNOME desktop environment have removed the ‘desktop’ feature that’s currently used to display and manage files, folders and attached drives kept on the desktop workspace. No […]
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Ah, you gotta love Red Hat — they’re never not busy working on something that might make our lives a little easier. Latest case in point: Thunderbolt 3. This alternative to USB and other peripheral port technologies (including the older Thunderbolt 2) is fast gaining traction in the tech industry (especially since Intel made it […]
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