GNOME 44, the latest release of the popular desktop environment for Linux, was released recently. As always, Learn Linux TV has a full review so you can check out all of its new features. It’s a great release, although one feature in particular completely missed its mark.
GNOME 43 features many smaller and incremental improvements, which all combine together to form a very solid release. In this video, you’ll see the latest GNOME desktop in action – complete with a look at what’s new, as well as some thoughts.
The latest long-term supported Ubuntu release is here – Ubuntu 22.04 was released on April 21st. In this video, Jay will give you an in-depth look at this new release, including an overview of the new features, thoughts on the “snapped” version of Firefox, and also why Ubuntu’s GNOME implementation this time around can best be described as “FrankenGNOME”.
will review the GNOME edition together, Live! Viewers will be able to help me test it out and it’s going to be a TON of fun.
In this video, I take a look at Ubuntu GNOME 17.04, which will eventually become the main desktop spin of Ubuntu. I’ll show off the installation routine, new features, and more.