Ubuntu 17.10 features a big set of changes, including the GNOME Shell desktop by default. We spotlight this, plus other Ubuntu 17.10 changes, in this video.
Write is a free app that lets you make handwritten notes on Linux using a touchscreen and stylus (or a smudgy finger), with features tailored for this use.
This post, Write is a Fantastic Handwritten Notes App for Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
An official release of Sonic Mania on Linux is about as likely as the return of the name ‘Robotnik’ — but Linux users don’t have to miss out on all of the fun. The Windows version of Sonic Mania is playable on Linux using WINE — and that’s not just me saying that, that’s a bunch […]
Desktop wallpaper just got interesting again. Hands up if you recall the animated wallpaper app Komorebi? No? We featured this nifty open-source wallpaper app a couple of times earlier in the year. At the time we praised the app for its slick pseudo-parallax effects and for trying to something a touch more innovative — if a […]
It’s not everyday that you get to tune in to mainstream TV news and see Mark Shuttleworth on screen, chatting about life aboard the International Space Station. It certainly added a bit of pep to my cornflakes this morning! The Ubuntu founder was being interviewed by BBC Business Live‘s Susannah Streeter and Sally Bundock as part […]
This post, Mark Shuttleworth was Interviewed on BBC News Today, This Is What He Spoke About, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
A new version of OpenShot, the crash-happy open-source non-linear video editor, is available to download. While the previous couple of releases were big on features the latest release is a “stability-focused release”, says project lead Jonathan Thomas. A few minor fixes elsewhere also slip in, including improved undo/redo history, and a new freeze and zoom menu. But reliability […]