An Unofficial WhatsApp Client for Linux Has Been Created

As you may know, there is no official WhatsApp client for Desktop operating systems, Linux and Windows included. But now, a third party solution has been found. But recently, a third party developer has created an unofficial WhatsApp client based

Debian 9.0 Stretch Ditches Libav for the Good Old FFmpeg

The Debian developers have decided to make FFmpeg available by default on Debian 9.0 Stretch, as a replacement for Libav (FFmpeg-fork for audio and video processing and manipulating). According to the developers supporting FFmpeg, Libav is patched too slowly compared

It’s Official, Kernel 4.1 Is the Next LTS

Greg Kroah-Hartman has just announced that the Linux Kernel 4.1 will be a LTS (Long Term Support) version and will be supported for the next two years: This is Greg KH’s Google+ announcement: “New kernel release announcement, made from 30k

Install Cinnamon 2.6.x on Linux Mint 17.1 and LMDE Betsy

Cinnamon 2.6.9 has been released for Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela, which is currently a RC release. It brings some fixes and patches crashes, the duplicated battery information in the Cinnamon Settings has been modified,  a typo in the code has

Kernel 4.0.9 Is The Latest Release From Its Series. Upgrade To Kernel 4.1 Now

Kernel 4.0.9 has been released, being the latest version from the kernel 4.0.x system. Kernel 4.0.9 has been released, bringing updated drivers and support for new GPUs. As a reminder, Kernel 4.0 brought the long awaited Life Patching feature, which

Here Are Some of the New Features that Will Get Integrated in Ubuntu Touch OTA-5

As you may know, Canonical has updated Ubuntu Touch a lot lately. The Browser app has received bookmark folders, desktop tabs, keyboard shortcuts, find in page, the Address Book app got in-line editiong features, the ability to create contacts from

The Snappy Ubuntu Core for Raspberry Pi 2 Has Been Updated

As you may know, Canonical has created a special Ubuntu Snappy Core image for the Raspberry Pi 2 ARM mini computer, to help the users familiarize with Ubuntu for the Internet of Things OS. The Snappy Ubuntu Core has been

Unity 8 Has Received Full Shell Rotation Support and Other New Features

Unity 8 and Mir are Canonical’s future generation desktop environment and display server, currently used on Ubuntu Touch (the mobile version of Ubuntu) and Ubuntu Desktop Next (an Ubuntu flavor created for testing Canonical’s latest technology: Mir, Unity, Snappy packages,

BleachBit 1.8 Adds New Features for Cleaning Up Junk Files

BleachBit 1.8 has been recently released, bringing changes. As you may know, BleachBit is a cleanup program (the Linux equivalent of the CCleaner from Windows), that gets rid of the temporary files on your computer, reduces the number on unnecesary files,

Redis Server 3.0.2 Has Been Released

Redis Server 3.0.2 brings a bunch of fixes only. As you may know, Redis Server is an open-source, key value data store for Cassandra, CouchDB and MongoDB. The latest version available is Redis Server 3.0.2, which has been recently released,

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