The rolling release edition of openSUSE, Tumbleweed, now offers the latest version of the GNOME desktop.
The Samba team has just released version 4.16, which includes removing some of the obsolete components of the SMB 1 file-sharing protocol.
The much-needed GNOME 42 rework brings native dark mode, great UI with nice libadwaita touch, and GTK4 performance boost.
Except for the recently launched Mac Studio, this initial alpha release of Asahi Linux is compatible with M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max hardware.
In preparation for the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 Long-Term Support update, due in April, Canonical has unveiled a new Ubuntu logo.
Go 1.18 is now generally available as a production release, with the much-anticipated generics features.
The Dirty Pipe vulnerability allows attackers to overwrite data in read-only files and to privilege themselves with code injection.
Zorin OS 16.1 is the latest stable version of this distro, which comes with updated apps and even better hardware support.
Mozilla releases Firefox 98, a new major version of the browser. The most notable change is the new optimized download flow.
Protect your online privacy with these three secure Linux web browsers that offer top-notch security features and enhanced privacy settings.