Canonical has revealed that Ubuntu 24.04 LTS will be codenamed Noble Numbat. A beta is due out on April 4, 2024 and the final release should arrive on April 25 if there are no delays.
Windows 11 Insider build 23595 has some Copilot changes and more
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Windows 11 build 22635.2776 adds some new Ink features and more
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Windows 11 Insider build 26002 adds Energy Saver feature and more
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Intel's 6.0GHz Core i9-14900K snatches the crown back from AMD's 7950X3D
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Microsoft will hold several talks and workshops at the upcoming Ubuntu Summit in Riga, Latvia. It's just the latest sign that Microsoft's relationship to Linux is now more mature than in the past.
Microsoft wants its Windows users to try Linux. The company recently published a rather helpful guide on how to download and get started, and choose between the various Linux distros out there.
Windows 11 used to come out on top but is handily beaten by Linux distro Ubuntu again in the latest set of tests. In some of these benchmarks, the performance gap is especially large.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 23.10 Mantic Minotaur. It comes with a new App Center that will help you find new apps more easily. It also comes with some security enhancements that involve TPM.
Rufus 4.3 Beta is now available for download from GitHub. The latest pre-release version contains several changes, such as restricting Windows installation to S mode, NTFS enforce for Linux, and more.
System76 has unveiled the Thelio Spark desktop. It is the company's cheapest desktop computer at $999. If you buy soon, you can get $100 knocked off whatever variant you decide to buy.
A comprehensive guide to mastering the art of preventing your Linux system from getting compromised. By the end of this new edition, you will confidently be able to set up a Linux server.
Slimbook has released a new laptop called the Fedora Slimbook in collaboration with the Fedora Project. The laptop has been crafted to give the smoothest experience to users who want to use Fedora.
Debian 12 and Debian 11 have received their latest point release updates. The main benefit of these point releases is that new ISO images have been spun so you don't need to install many updates.
The Linux Mint team has released LMDE 6 for download. LMDE is the Linux MInt team's backup plan in case anything back happens to Ubuntu which is the base of the main Linux Mint versions.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux has received a new update today. The new release brings several interesting features that upgrade memory and disk management, as well as networking improvements.
Lenovo first revealed the IdeaPad U1 PC at CES 2010. It ran Windows 7 in laptop mode but switched to a Linux (later Android) OS tablet when the display detached. The product ultimately didn't launch.
Canonical has released Ubuntu Pro 22.04 LTS with real-time kernel on the AWS Marketplace. This comes several months after the real-time version was released back in February this year.
The Linux Mint team is testing the ISO image of LMDE 6, its Debian-based operating system. Hopefully, it should not be too long until it passes the tests and is made available for public consumption.
Microsoft is improving Hyper-V support in the upcoming Linux kernel version 6.6 so that both AMD and Intel processors will benefit. The upgrade mainly pertains to improved guest support.
On August 25, 1991, 21-year old programmer Linus Torvalds posted an announcement on a newsgroup that he was working on a new and free PC operating system. That OS would later be named Linux
The preview mode for SQL Server 2022 is only available in its Evaluation edition, which last for 180 days that started on July 27. It now supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9 and Ubuntu 22.04.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS. With this update, Canonical has released a new ISO image so if you perform a clean install, you'll have all the latest updates installed straight away.
The Defence Ministry of India wants to combat cyberthreats by replacing Windows in all of its Internet-connected computers with Maya OS, an in-house developed operating system based on Ubuntu.
AMD's fTPM had been causing stuttering and freezing issues first on Windows, and then on Linux too. As such, Linux boss Linus Torvalds has now suggested disabling fTPM entirely on Ryzen.
Sophisticated Rust-based malware infecting Redis data stores to self-replicate and inject payloads into servers. Researchers at Cado Security decompiled the activities to get identifiable indicators.
In this guide, I explain how to set up a bash script that can be run at login on Ubuntu. It automatically checks for any new updates and installs them to make sure you're running the latest software.
Linux Mint 21.2 is now ready to download from official mirrors. An official announcement hasn't been made in the blog yet but the What's New page and download links are already live.
Perfect for entry-level Linux system administrators, as well as system administrators familiar with Windows, Mac, NetWare, or other UNIX systems, it's a must-read guide to manage Linux servers.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Azure Managed Lustre. It said this first-party managed service on Azure is available through two instances that offer different performance options.
Linux Mint 21.2 ISOs are undergoing final testing. There will be three editions, Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce. According to the team, plenty of bugs have been found and fixed during the beta period.
Red Hat has announced the RHEL 7 will gain four years of extended support as organizations are saying they need more time to upgrade. Organizations are grappling with the shift to work from home.
You can now download the Linux Mint 21.2 Beta from official third-party mirrors. The Mint project is still to officially announce the release, but we believe it will do so very soon.
There are key differences such as the ability to run standard Bash commands in Linux PowerShell. With this guide you'll understand how to install, run, and use PowerShell on Linux, all for free!
The Linux Mint 21.2 Beta ISOs are currently undergoing testing according to the Linux Mint Community website. This usually indicates that the Beta ISOs will be ready for download in a couple of days.
Canonical has said Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu will reach end of life on July 20. For this reason, it's important to upgrade to Ubuntu 23.04 so that you will continue to get important security updates.
Debian 12 landed over the weekend. It comes with lots of updated software packages and desktop environments plus support for many architectures. For the first time, it ships with non-free firmware.
Ubuntu snap developers can now progressively release their apps to end users. This will let app creators test their app among a subsection of users to ensure there are no lingering bugs.
Ubuntu 23.10 will feature enhanced tiling capabilities, allowing users to easily snap windows to the four corners, as well as horizontally and vertically. This feature could improve productivity.
Wine 8.10 has been released to the development branch. It comes with several improvements and bug fixes. Wine lets you run Windows programs in both Linux and macOS with some success.
The latest Steam Client Beta update fixes a crash on Linux that was being caused by Nvidia GPUs when hardware acceleration was switched on. There were also a bunch of other non-related fixes.
Are you new to Linux or just a little rusty? Linux includes a large number of commands, but we've chosen 37 of the most important ones to present here in this temporarily free to download eBook.
Debian 12 is due out on June 10, next Saturday. Unfortunately, it could ship with up to 100 known bugs, according to the project's mailing list. They will have to be fixed post-release as updates.
In this guide, we show a command chain that will allow you to check for and apply updates all in one go, including Snap and Flatpak packages. It even helps you bypass update confirmations.