Firefox celebrates version 100

A reason to celebrate for the Mozilla Foundation: Version 100 of the Firefox browser was released on May 3, 2022. Apart from the round number and the usual model maintenance, there are few real innovations, and if there are, they rather affect Windows and OS-X. The most noticeable change for Linux users is the scrollbars, […]

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is out

Ubuntu 22.04, nicknamed “Jammy Jellyfish”, has been released as planned on April 21, 2022 as the third LTS version with the Gnome desktop since Unity was discontinued. While the official blog post from Ubuntu sponsor Canonical mainly refers to server and IOT versions, the still popular Ubuntu desktop has also got a new release including […]

Ubuntu 21.10 is out, bringing Gnome 40 and transitioning to a Firefox Snap

As scheduled on October 21, 2021, Canonical has released version 21.10, nicknamed “Impish Indri”, of Ubuntu. This is the first time the popular Linux distribution brings the heavily revised version 40 of the Gnome desktop to the screen. This Gnome version already appeared in March 2021, but did not make it into Ubuntu 21.04. The […]

Firefox 60 brings good and bad innovations

Version 60 of the Mozilla Firefox browser, released on May 9, 2018, brings “something for everyone” according to the release notes. However, it is possible that the display of advertising content – the so-called “sponsored content” – when opening new tabs will cause the most excitement. It is not the first time that Firefox attracts […]