Microsoft used this year’s edition of the Build developer conference to announce the Windows Package Manager, a concept that Linux users will find very familiar and which is supposed to make app installation much more seamless.
Google has released Google Chrome 83 for all supported platforms after the company decided to skip version 82 altogether and ship this new update earlier than anticipated.
The legal dispute between GNOME and Rothschild Patent Imaging in which the open-source software organization was accused of patent violation has finally been settled.
The Document Foundation has released a new version of the LibreOffice productivity suite on all supported desktop platforms.
Microsoft used the Build developer conference to show just a small teaser of the upcoming Microsoft Edge for Linux, which is projected to go live at some point in the coming months.
Microsoft used this year’s Build developer conference to announce the first preview of the Windows Package Manager that it’s building for Windows 10.
Linux has long been considered the best alternative to Windows, and the latest data shows its market share and adoption is massively improving.
A new version of Kali Linux is now available for download, and this time it brings plenty of improvements, including new light and dark themes for KDE Plasma.
With Windows 10 version 2004 just around the corner, Microsoft is getting ready to debut the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2 to users across the world.
Linux has long been considered an alternative to Windows, but many refused to make the switch and abandon Microsoft’s operating system due to the rather limited gaming support in the Linux world.