Few days ago GhostBSD2.0 beta was released. This release comes with bug fixes and many improvements on the look, feel and the speed. Some of things that were introduced to this new release was the new logo, New live cd file system, and improvements to GDM where there is no more white screens during booting. GhostBSD 2.0 […]
GNOME Commander is file manager aimed at people who want a fast and efficient file manager. GNOME Commander can currently perform most common file operations, and will detect changes to files caused by other programs and update its views without the need for the user to manually reload. The program also supports Copy and Paste, […]
Orta theme 1.4.1 is released, this version comes to fix some bugs in some older versions of the pixmap engine, the bug causes severe visual glitches when transparency is used in menubars. If your menubars and panel indicators are messed up, go to the Fixes page of the Orta Settings Manager and check the option “Select this if […]
This a nice collection of themes for Gnome . These themes works Great in most Linux os with a Gnome desktop e.g Ubuntu, LinuxMint, Fedora, and more. If you missed our collections from previous months, you can find them in this link.
As you know, slackware use KDE as default desktop, for people that like to use Gnome instead of KDE, there are many projects that provide binary packages for an easy installation of GNOME in slackware, one of these projects is Gnome slackbuild Project.
GNOME Shell 2.91.3 is released, this release brings a new layout for the overview, native power and battery status iconsand drop-down, various optimizations, links in the message tray messages are now click-able, there’s drop shadow support for STIcon, a number of visual and user-interface tweaks, fix memory management related crashes, and miscellaneous bug-fixes.
LinuxMint is one of the most polished GNU/Linux distros based on Ubuntu. Canonical recently announced that they are abandoning the upcoming Gnome Shell and move to Unity along with a long-term plan to replace X with Wayland. This raises the question, what will happen to Linux Mint which is an Ubuntu derivative?