What’s new in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

A new version of Ubuntu is out again, and for most users, this means it’s time to upgrade. Since this is an LTS release (short for Long-Term Support), even those who prioritize stability over the latest and greatest features can move to it safely. What does it bring to the table, though? What changes, tweaks, …

Notejot – Minimalist Note Taking App for Ubuntu/Linux

Are you seeking a note-taking solution, but you realized none would work for you after trying dozens? Do the apps you’ve tried feel too complex, or the opposite, are too rudimentary for your needs? Well, allow us to suggest another one: Notejot. We can safely guess it flew under your radar. Notejot isn’t as popular …

Lightweight Web Browsers for Ubuntu / Linux

When “we spend time online”, we are not merely visiting sites anymore. Not in their traditional “static” sense. We are using services, creating, communicating, consuming content. Sites have become rich multimedia experiences, riddled with unwanted ads, demanding scripts, fluff. Our browsers followed suit and have reached the point where they are even incorporating crypto-wallets. Does …

Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Creative Suite

The Adobe Creative Cloud is the successor to Adobe’s Creative Suite, a collection of professional software applications for creativity and productivity. Although the apps found within the Creative Cloud are powerful, they come with a hefty monthly subscription and may be financially unviable for individuals. Worry not, though; there are many open-source alternatives to almost …

7 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 21.10

You just installed the latest version of Ubuntu. What now? What are the first things you need to do when you have the most popular Linux distribution on the planet installed and running? What steps do you need to complete to ensure a smooth desktop experience? And, if possible, how can you further improve it? …