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  • Top 15 things to do after installing Ubuntu GNOME 15.10

    In this post, I will concentrate on Ubuntu GNOME from a newbie/intermediate user perspective and assist in a few thing that you should do after installing Ubuntu Gnome.

    You just did a fresh install of Ubuntu Gnome 15.10 and now you are confused why the movies aren’t playing? Don’t you want to install Skype, VLC or Spotify? and don’t you want to play games in Steam? Don’t worry. I will explain what to do post installation to make the distribution even more convenient and user-friendly. Just take a bucket of popcorn, tune in some Beatles songs and enjoy the ride.

  • GNOME 3.20 Beta Now Available
  • ANNOUNCE: Clutter 1.25.6 (snapshot)
  • Clutter 1.25.6 Released

    With Clutter 1.25.6, swap throttling is now enabled for full-screen windows with the GDK back-end. This change is designed to avoid performance penalties with the GDK back-end for constrained devices where running fullscreen Clutter and Clutter-GTK applicatons.

  • GNOME 3.20 Now Available for Beta Testing, Final Release Arrives March 23, 2016

    A few moments ago, Softpedia received an email from Javier Jardón Cabezas of the GNOME Project, informing us about the general availability of the first Beta of the upcoming GNOME 3.20 desktop environment.

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