How to Install Gnome Text Editor on Manjaro 21 Linux

How to Install Gnome Text Editor on Manjaro 21 Linux

The Gnome Text Editor, better known as GEdit or Text Editor, is a free and open-source text editor which is part of the Gnome Desktop Environment. It has been designed with usability and accessibility in …

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How to Upgrade Fedora 36 to Fedora 37 with GNOME 43

How to Upgrade Fedora 36 to Fedora 37 with GNOME 43

Fedora is one of the most popular Linux distributions, and Fedora 37 is set to be another great release. For Workstation users, GNOME 43 and Linux Kernel 5.19 are featured. Fedora 37 is looking to …

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How to Install Gedit on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

How to Install gedit on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Gedit is the default text editor and part of the GNOME Core Applications that are installed generally as part of the GNOME Desktop Environment on various Linux systems. The text editor is a general-purpose lightweight …

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How to Install GNOME Flashback on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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GNOME Flashback is a free open-source session for GNOME 3, initially called “GNOME Fallback” and shipped as a stand-alone session in Debian and Ubuntu. It provides a similar user experience to the GNOME 2 desktop …

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How to Upgrade to Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS & GNOME 42

How to Upgrade to Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS

Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS, the next in the line of Long Term Releases for Pop!_OS based on Ubuntu LTS releases, is finally here and available for Pop!_OS users to upgrade to. The release has seen the …

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How to Upgrade Fedora 35 to Fedora 36 with GNOME 42

Upgrade Fedora 36 from Fedora 35

Fedora 36 is coming soon, and it’s packed with new features! For Workstation users, GNOME 42 and Linux Kernel 5.17 are featured but more so introduce DNS-over-TLS supported, replacing FBDEV kernel drivers with SimpleDRM, DNF/RPM …

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Install GNOME Flashback Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Install GNOME Flashback Desktop Environment on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

GNOME Flashback is a free open-source session for GNOME 3, which was initially called “GNOME Fallback” and shipped as a stand-alone session in Debian and Ubuntu. It provides a similar user experience to the GNOME …

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Install/Upgrade GNOME Subtitles on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Install-Upgrade GNOME Subtitles on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

GNOME Subtitles is an easy-to-use subtitle editor for Linux. It allows you to add subtitles and captions with preview, timing synchronization capabilities (including language translation), spell-checking support, and more options that are only possible in …

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Install GNOME Tweaks Tool on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Install GNOME Tweaks on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

GNOME is a popular desktop used on many Linux distributions, including Ubuntu. The GNOME Tweaks tool allows users to modify and change the cosmetics in their GNOME desktop environment, which is popular amongst users that …

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Install GNOME Tweaks on Debian 11 Bullseye

Install GNOME Tweaks on Debian 11 Bullseye

GNOME is a popular desktop used on many Linux distributions, including Debian. The GNOME Tweaks tool allows users to modify and change the cosmetics in their GNOME desktop environment, which is popular amongst users that …

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How to Install GNOME 41 Desktop on Linux Mint 20

How to Install GNOME 41 Desktop on Linux Mint 20

GNOME 41 introduces many changes from visual changes, new apps and overhaul back-end changes to improve performance. Overall, it is a solid upgrade from GNOME 40 with introductions of a new remote desktop client called …

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Install GNOME 41.1 Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

Install GNOME 41.3 Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

GNOME 41 introduces many changes from visual changes, new apps, and overhaul back-end changes to improve performance. Overall, it is a solid upgrade from GNOME 40 with introductions of a new remote desktop client called …

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How to Install GNOME 40 Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

How to Install GNOME 40 Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

GNOME 40 introduces many changes from visual changes, new apps, and overhaul back-end changes to improve performance. Overall, it is vastly different from what previous Gnome versions have looked before. In the following tutorial, you …

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