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KDE Plasma 5.22 arrives with major improvements

KDE is one of the most popular desktop environments in the Linux world. KDE developers announced the newest version of KDE Plasma, 5.22 after following a successful beta testing. According to the KDE developers, KDE Plasma 5.22 brings stability and usability improvements. The codes are refactored and copious bugs are fixed to offer better performance,...

LibreOffice 7.1.4 ready for download

LibreOffice 7.1.4 comes with approximately 80 bug fixes, and no less than 20 percent of them are specifically aimed at compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. LibreOffice 7.1.4 has been released and is now available to download. LibreOffice 7.1.4 comes with approximately 80 bug fixes, and no less than 20 percent of them are specifically aimed...

Proxmox Backup Server 1.1 released

The Proxmox team announced the general availability of version 1.1 of the Proxmox Backup Server. Proxmox announced the launch of Proxmox Backup Server version 1.1, built on Debian Buster 10.9. The latest version using a current, long-term supported Linux kernel (5.4.106), and including ZFS 2.0. Proxmox also stated that the latest version is written in...

All about the new features in GNOME 40

In this article, we will take a closer look at the newly released features in GNOME 40. Contains Activities Overview, Redesigned weather application, Settings, Software, Files, and others. GNOME, the default desktop environment used by many major Linux distributions, announced the launch of GNOME 40. After 822 contributors’ hard work of 6 months, the latest...

What are the differences between Snap, Flatpak, and AppImage?

Software deployment and package management tools for Linux distros are crucial, especially for developers. Software packaging and deployment systems are gaining popularity recently. These package managers are crucial especially for developers since they allow them to package, distribute, install, and maintain applications in Linux systems. Snap, Flatpak, and AppImage are the three most popular linux...

How to Upgrade Fedora Linux 33 to Fedora Linux 34

Users of the Fedora Linux 33 release can now upgrade their installations to the recently released Fedora Linux 34, so here’s a quick and painless tutorial for those who don’t know yet how to upgrade their Fedora Linux installations. Fedora Linux 34 is out today and it’s packed with lots of goodies, including the latest...

AlmaLinux 8.4 Beta has been released

Following the successful release of the 8.3 Stable release on March 30th, the AlmaLinux Community released AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Beta. CloudLinux published the first stable release of AlmaLinux OS, a powerful and free CentOS alternative with a live event on March 30th. Now, AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Beta has been released for testing. CloudLinux is an...

Geary Email Client Is Now Ready for GNOME 40

The open-source, free, and lightweight Geary email client designed specifically for the GNOME desktop environment has been updated today to version 40 as part of the latest GNOME 40 desktop environment series. Geary 40 is here for fans of the lightweight and modern email client, not only adding support for the GNOME 40 desktop environment...