There was a time when Windows and Linux were considered fierce rivals and the two really couldn’t stand each other, but Windows 10 stepped in to change everything.
The South Korean government is looking into an en-masse migration from Windows 7 to Linux, and according to local reports, the officials are eyeing the adoption of three different operating systems across various agencies.
With Windows 7 already discontinued, it kind of makes sense for Linux operating systems to go after Microsoft users, and in addition to Canonical and several others, the Freespire developers also attempt to convince some to make the switch.
Canonical has recently announced a new long-term support version of Ubuntu for desktop, server, and cloud, all running on Linux Kernel 5.3
The coronavirus outbreak hit the technology industry very hard, as the majority of companies rely on Chinese manufacturing and suppliers. Due to the risk of infections, many parts manufacturers in China suspended production, and this is now causing shipping delays that’s affecting a growing number of firms, regardless of their location on the globe.
Canonical announced today a new product aimed at enterprises, allowing them to distribute Android applications at scale from the cloud.
Red Hat announced today the availability of the beta version of the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 operating system, the second maintenance update to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 series.
Big news today for Linux gamers and ex-Windows users as the final release of the Wine 5.0 software is now officially available for download with numerous new features and improvements.
Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) has officially reached the end of support on January 23, 2020, approximately 9 months after its public launch. Users are obviously recommended to upgrade to Ubuntu 19.10 to benefit from bug fixes and security updates going forward.