RetroPie, the project that allows you to turn a Raspberry Pi into a gaming machine, has just received a new update whose most notable addition is the support for Raspberry Pi 4.
elementaryOS 5.1.4 brings massive improvements to the operating system, including lots of new features and under-the-hood refinements that the developing team has recently shared in a blog post.
Valve has surprisingly decided to abandon SteamVR for macOS, with the company to only focus on Linux and Windows going forward.
Fedora 32 now available for download, and so are all the typical flavors that are specifically aimed at certain uses.
As we know already, the majority of keyboards come with a dedicated Windows key because most manufacturers have partnered with Microsoft to optimize their peripherals for the company’s operating system.
System76 has just launched Pop!_OS 20.04 LTS, the version that the company calls “the biggest OS release yet” and which comes with an impressive feature lineup.
The Document Foundation has released a new version of the LibreOffice productivity suite for all supported platforms, namely Linux, Windows, and macOS.
Krusader, the file manager that comes bundled with KDE, is now 20 years old, but despite being launched two decades ago, it continues to be one of the best applications of its kind.
Ubuntu 20.04 has recently been released with GNOME 3.36 as one of the most notable features, but many decided to stick with Unity due to a stuttering issue.
The Arch Linux-based Manjaro 20.0 Lysia is now available for download after only two months of development.