There's a good chance that when Fedora 40 is released in April, that it will become the first major Linux distro to be released without X.
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This week FOSS News Roundup also includes a list of some goodies coming to KDE Plasma 6.
In this week's roundup, we look at the winding down of LibreOffice's 7.5 series, how KDE's getting it together for Plasma's upcoming 6.0 release, Mozilla's look at privacy issues and modern automobiles, and more.
None of the Gnome extensions that are in use now will work on Gnome 45 when it's released on September 20.
In many ways, KDE Gear's apps supply the backbone on the Linux desktop experience. Newly released KDE Gear 23.08 brings many changes to these apps, and we look at them here.
The desktop environment that started as a side project for the Solus Linux distribution but has gone on to become included in many other distros, including Ubuntu Budgie, is out with a new release with new features and improvements.
Now you can build your own computer using the same chassis and cooling technology that System76 uses in their popular Thelio line of desktops.
Xfce takes home the award for "Favorite Linux Desktop Environment." Coming in second in our poll was KDE Plasma, followed by Gnome and Cinnamon.
When Xfce 4.18 was released in December, many of the desktop environment's users might not have noticed many changes. That's because most of the changes were under the hood, and its popular file manager, Thunar, went through a major overhaul.
Eliminated in the first round of voting were Deepin Desktop Environment and Budgie, replaced by two popular window managers that received more write-in votes. Voting in the final round has already begun, and will remain open until 6 pm EST on Tuesday, February 21.
The Gnome desktop is an excellent choice for new users, although it offers a user experience that's a little different than the traditional desktop experience. This guide will demystify Gnome, which is essentially an easy-to-use desktop.