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.
The Document Foundation has released a new version of the LibreOffice productivity suite on all supported desktop platforms.
Linux has long been considered the best alternative to Windows, and the latest data shows its market share and adoption is massively improving.
Mozilla has recently released the first minor update for Firefox 73, this time bringing important fixes for Windows and Linux systems running the browser.
Ubuntu Touch OTA-12 has officially been released as the “largest release ever,” coming with massive improvements versus its predecessors, but also with changes that we’ll detail below.
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.
Pine64 has recently announced that it would begin taking pre-orders for the highly-anticipated PineTab Linux tablet later this month after the device has previously been pushed back several times.
I’ve said it before and I’m saying it again: the world of Linux phones is evolving so fast that it’s probably just a matter of years until it finally becomes an alternative to Android and iOS.
Ubuntu 20.04 was officially announced a few weeks ago with major improvements, but at the same time, it looks like it also introduces a series of inconsistencies that ruin the whole experience for some.
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.