Ubuntu 17.10 allows the notebook to amplify the Sound

After returning from the GNOME GUADEC 2017 Developer Conference, Canonical’s Didier Roche began a series of blogs on how the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) release will be transformed from Unity to GNOME Shell. Interestingly, the Ubuntu Unity desktop environment hides a skill – allowing users to exceed 100% of the maximum volume limit. If your notebook […]

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GCC 7 has become the default compiler on Ubuntu 17.10

The Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system will enter the functional freeze phase on August 24, when GCC 7, Python 3, Perl 5.26 and libevent are still in a tense development phase. However, today Canonical announced that the GCC 7 has become the default compiler for Ubuntu 17.10. Canonical said that this major adjustment would not […]

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Ubuntu 17.10 tweak: Dock is always visible by default

The GUADEC Developer Summit for the GNOME project has come to an end today, and Didier Roche from Canonical has announced that the Ubuntu Desktop team has been working on the Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) migration process with the GNOME team and has provided Very clear development ideas and direction.   At this GUADEC summit, […]

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Ubuntu 17.10 will use the Wayland display server by default

Canonical’s Didier Roche today confirmed that the upcoming use of the Wayland Display Server protocol in the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 system will naturally include legacy Xorg display servers in all installed versions, but will no longer be the default option. Canonical wanted to give users more time to test Wayland to find and fix BUG to equip it in […]

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Ubuntu will restore the window control button to the right in the next release

After a survey conducted last month, Ubuntu will put the minimize, maximize and close buttons on the right side of the window. In the survey, 46.2% of people said they like the left button, 53.8% of people like the right side of the window control button. 7 years since the window control button has been on the […]

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Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS released: use Linux 4.10 kernel

Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS is now available for download. This is the third release of the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS series, Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS will be available early next year. Ubuntu 16.04.3 Changes: New Hardware Enablement Stack Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS brings the Linux 4.10 kernel, which is the same kernel as Ubuntu 17.04. As with all kernel updates, this […]

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