Terminator is a program that allows users to set up flexible arrangements of GNOME terminals. It is aimed at those who normally arrange lots of terminals near each other, but don’t want to use a frame based window manager. Features Multiple Terminals in one window Works with your default shell (Bash/zsh/etc) Colored active and inactive […]
Hi guys, I wanted to inform you that the GNOME Project has released GNOME 3.12 which includes many new features, updates, small bug fixes as well as new capabilities and APIs for application developers. The 3.12 release comes with support for high-resolution display, improved start up times and it is also a major release for […]
Google Cloud Print is a new technology brought to you by Google (duh!) that allows you to connect your printers to the cloud. Now most of you know that Cloud computing is a new concept that has proven most useful. It’s a way to connect many applications on multiple computers on a network (or the […]
Hello all! It is time to make the Gnome desktop environment the best it can get. GNOME 3.10 Release Candidate is available for downloading, building and testing. The announcement was made by Frederic Peters which works on project-wide stuff in the GNOME project. This is your best chance to test and report bugs in order to make […]
104Posted September 23, 2013 by oltjano terpollari
I’ve been browsing distrowatch.com lately noticing something that is happening for some time now, but maybe surprised me for the first time because it is still happening. What I am talking about is that there are more Linux distributions releasing new versions using Gnome 2.32 than Gnome 3.4!
First off, Application Menu has not any similarity with Unity’s Global Menus. While Global Menus copy the Window App Menu from the usual spot (inside App) into Unity’s top panel -the Mac style-, Application Menu, is one single menu that steals some elements from Window App Menu and places them in a drop down – […]
GNOME 3.4.1 released a few days ago, but its progress didn’t stop. The releasing cycle for 3.6 has already begun. To be honest, I don’t think that 3.4 release was quite exciting, apart maybe from GTK 3.4 that brought a lot of new features.
MATE a traditional desktop environment that forked from Gnome 2 and is available as for those users who want the original Gnome 2 environment. The name ‘mate’ is derived from the South American beverage called mate that is made from the herb ‘yerba mate’. MATE, the desktop, is now available on Linux Mint and is packaged […]
gSharkDown is a GNOME desktop application for downloading and playing audio files from the grooveshark.com service.You can search, listen and download your favorite song with one click and without opening your browser.