My favorite (and the best in my opinion) Linux desktop environment 'Xfce' recevied client-side decorations (CSD), which actively used in Gnome 3. The change has landed on the pre-release 4.15 branch of Xfce, which will be used to form the stable Xfce 4.16 release.
The team behind the popular Linux Mint distro is releasing Linux Mint 19.3. Xfce, MATE, and Cinnamon editions are available for download. Here are the key changes.
The list of Linux Terminal Command Like Keyboard Shortcuts (Hotkeys)
For many Linux newbies it is not obvious that there are plenty of useful keyboard shortcuts available in the terminal's command line. In this article, I would like to cover them. Knowing these shortcuts saves a lot of time, especially when you work with long commands.
GTK Open Save File Dialog Keyboard Shortcuts (Hotkeys)
If you are a Linux user, you probably have some desktop environment installed along with various apps. Many popular apps in Linux are built using the GTK graphical toolkit. It implements controls and various dialogs. In this article, I would like to talk about the GTK open/save file dialog hotkeys.
The Linux Mint team has reached yet another milestone in development of their most impressive desktop environment, Cinnamon. Version 4.4 is now available on GitHub. Let's check out what to expect in this version of the DE.
A new blog post on the official Linux Mint web site reveals the upcoming changes in Linux Mint 19.3. Its code name has also been revealed. Linux Mint 19.3 "Tricia" will include updates to Xfce, apps, and surprisingly will feature app replacements.
The team behind my favorite (and the best in my opinion) Linux desktop environment 'Xfce' has revealed the project roadmap. The upcoming Xfce 4.16 promises to be an interesting release, featuring the night light option, optimized title bars, and many more.
XFCE4 is my favorite desktop environment. I find it the most stable and useful amongst all other desktop environments available for Linux. It is solid, fast and most importantly, it follows the traditional desktop UI paradigm with a taskbar (panel), system tray, desktop icons and a launcher/menu. The latest version 4.14 of XFCE4 is finally here!
How to Automatically Remove Old Obsolete Kernels in Linux Mint
Starting in Linux Mint 19.2 you can set the OS to automatically remove obsolete kernel versions and dependencies. The new Update Manager app comes with the appropriate option. It is disabled by default. Here is how to enable it.
How to upgrade Linux Mint to Linux Mint 19.2 'Tina'
If you are a Linux Mint user, you are probably aware of the ability to upgrade the installed version to the next release. In case of Linux Mint 19.2, you can easily upgrade previous versions including version 19 and 19.1 of the OS.