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GNOME Contacts 3.28.1
A standard and easy-to-use addressbook application for the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Settings Daemon 3.28.1
A free, simple and open source daemon that runs in the background and stores GNOME's session settings

GNOME User Share 3.28.0
A system for easy sharing of user files, implemented with success in the GNOME graphical desktop environment

GNOME Calendar 3.28.1
The default calendar application of the powerful GNOME graphical desktop environment

GNOME To Do 3.28.1
An open-source and free personal task manager designed for the GNOME desktop environment

GDM 3.28.1
The default display manager (a.k.a. login screen) of the GNOME desktop environment

gnome-session 3.28.1
The GNOME session manager package and other session management related utilities

GNOME Control Center 3.28.1
The main settings panel and command center application of the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Software 3.28.1
A free project that provides a Software Center app of the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Boxes 3.28.2
Easily access and view remote or virtual machines on the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Chess 3.28.1
A free and open source 2D/3D graphical chess game for the GNOME desktop environment

Evince 3.28.2
A lightweight document viewer utility implemented into the GNOME desktop environment

Yelp 3.28.1
A complex help browser and documentation viewer for the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Sound Recorder 3.28.1
An Open Source application to make simple recordings from your GNOME desktop environment

VTE 0.52.1
An Open Source software that inserts terminal capability strings into a tree of tables

GNOME Music 3.28.1
Listen to music, upload music and share audio files across devices with this GNOME app

Eye of GNOME 3.28.1
The default image viewer application used in the open source GNOME desktop environment

Nautilus 3.28.1
The default file (system) browser of the controversial GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Terminal 3.28.1
The default terminal emulator application of the open source GNOME desktop environment

GNOME System Monitor 3.28.1
The official system monitoring application used in the GNOME desktop environment


Latest News.

Three Changes to Look for in Windows 10 April 2018 Update
Windows 10 Redstone 4, also known as Windows 10 version 1803 or more recently as Windows 10 April 2018 Update, doesn’t come with too many completely new features, but instead, it sports a plethora of smaller changes here and there that refine the performance with the OS. In other words, no, there might not be so many breaking new features in this update, but the refinements that Microsoft is pushing to users this time are really worth trying. And there are plenty of them, though I’d say there are three that you’d find particularly useful – of course, we’re going to detail other smaller touches in more stories soon, but the ones here are without a doubt worth some time. Local account recovery on the lock screen Microsoft introduced options to recover user accounts from the Windows 10 lock screen with the release of Fall Creators Update, and with the April 2018 Update, the company goes a step further. With this version, users can recover local acc...

Did You Know? Microsoft Made MSN Look Broken in Opera to Push Users to IE
If you think that Microsoft has become a super-aggressive company that does everything to push users to Windows 10, that’s not true. Pretty much because aggressive tactics that been part of its DNA for a long time. Back in 2003, the software giant was involved in a browser scandal against Opera Software, the maker of Opera and which is still in the market these days with one of the most advanced (yet not as popular as Google Chrome or Firefox) browsers. It all started in 2002 when Microsoft decided to block third-party browsers, including Opera, from connecting to MSN, which at that point was a rather top destination for Internet users. This was believed to be part of an attempt to increase the userbase of Internet Explorer, the default browser in Windows, but which many abandoned for other apps offering many more features. Following the criticism, Microsoft removed the restriction, but warned from the very beginning that MSN could look faulty in other browsers be...

Zero-Day Flaw in Internet Explorer Allows Hackers to Infect Windows PCs
A new zero-day security vulnerability has been discovered in Internet Explorer, allowing cybercriminals to infect a Windows host using a malicious Office document. The flaw was discovered by Chinese security firm Qihoo 360, who says in an in-depth analysis that it’s already being used out in the wild against Windows targets. According to their findings, it’s possible to exploit the vulnerability using Office documents that come with embedded Internet Explorer pages, loading the malicious code from a remote server and using advanced techniques to avoid detection. Security researchers explain that a successful attack is based on a more complex approach that uses a public method to bypass UAC (User Account Control), as well as file steganography and memory reflection loading to make sure it can compromise the target. Don’t open Office documents from sources you don’t trust

Microsoft Updates SwiftKey for Android with Support for New Languages
Microsoft has recently released another update for the Android version of SwiftKey, its own Android keyboard that with this new set of improvements reached version 7.0.3.19. This time, however, the update is not as big as the previous one, despite adding some new languages. However, there’s a good chance only a small number of SwiftKey fans use these languages, as they are Alsatian, Fongbe, Norman, Urdu (English), and Warlpiri. On the other hand, the rest of the SwiftKey users might find the bug fixes more compelling, as they address some pretty annoying issues with the Android app. For example, version 7.0.3.19 finally corrects a problem causing the punctuation slider to no longer trigger the period when sliding. Additionally, the keyboard won’t lock up when trying to tag someone in Instagram comments, and the layout should be fixed when using Dvorak + split + undock. As usual, you can download...

New 4-Inch iPhone to Launch with A10 Chip, No Headphone Jack
Apple is expected to take the wraps off the second-generation iPhone SE at WWDC the latest, but according to a new report, the unveiling might take place as soon as May. Japanese site Macotakara writes that a case maker source indicated a new-generation 4-inch iPhone could debut in the coming weeks with some welcome upgrades, but also with changes that’d bring it in line with the other models currently available. First and foremost, Apple will upgrade the CPU from the A9 to A10. The original iPhone SE comes with an A9 chip that’s also being used on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, so with the second generation, Apple aligns the 4-inch iPhone with the iPhone 7, which uses the A10 processor. No headphone jack One unsurprising change is the removal of the headphone jack. The new iPhone SE is very likely to come without the traditional audio connector, which is no longer available on the la...

Apple Launches MacBook Battery Replacement Program
The battery nightmare continues for Apple, and after the company admitted it slowed down iPhones with degraded batteries on purpose, it now launches a recall for 13-inch MacBook Pro due to swollen units. The firm says in an advisory published on its website (and which you should read in order to determine if your MacBook Pro is part of the recall or not), that some units, or “a limited number” as Apple claims, shipped with a faulty battery that tends to inflate. While the batteries do not catch fire, therefore not posing a safety risk for users, Apple says it’s important to have the battery serviced as part of the program. Everything is completely free and the recall does not affect 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar or older 13-inch models. “Apple has determined that, in a limited number of 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) units, a component may fail causing the built-in battery...

Apple Has More Positive Impact on Society than Microsoft
A new survey reveals that Amazon has the most positive impact on society out of all technology companies, scoring substantially higher than all of its rivals. No less than 20 percent of the Americans named Amazon when asked what company has the most positive impact on society today, while Google was ranked second with 15 percent of the votes. Apple made the top three with 11 percent, while Facebook surprisingly reached the fourth place with 10 percent. The social network’s score is unexpected, to say the least, following the Cambridge Analytica fiasco and the most recent accusations of user privacy violations, but as recode indicates, there are also many Americans who believe that Facebook also has a negative impact on society. Microsoft only fifth Microsoft is only fifth in the charts with 7 percent of the votes, despite the company’s increasing focus on technology which it says “empowers people to do more.” Microsoft has made it a priority to b...

Leak Reveals the Last Version of Microsoft’s Canceled Smartwatch - Video
A new video provides us with a closer look at the last version of Nokia Moonraker, the smartwatch that never came to be due to reasons that are yet to be determined. Supposed to be used by Microsoft as a Lumia companion, Moonraker received several firmware updates with new features and other smaller refinements, and a video published by ProtoBetaTest shows that the software giant was actually very committed to improving the experience with the device. Updating the firmware appears to be a rather fast process that doesn’t take more than 5 minutes to install completely, and the last version, 07.26.03, included quite a lot of changes. For example, the home screen layout received small touches like the current date and battery level indicator, but on the other hand, it still missed a battery percentage icon. Microsoft also changed the default wallpaper in this update and replaced rounded til...

Microsoft Reignites Windows 10 Phone Dreams with Silent Update in Redstone 5
It’s not really a big surprise that Microsoft’s considering several major new features in Windows 10 Redstone 5, due in the fall, but a recent silent update in the latest Skip Ahead build made many people think that there’s a future for phone capabilities in the OS as well. Windows 10 build 17650, which is currently available only for insiders enrolled in the Skip Ahead ring as part of the Windows Insider program, comes with the phone-related APIs, originally removed in 2017. While pulling them from Windows 10 was more of a confirmation that Microsoft no longer planned anything new on the phone front at that point, re-including the API in the operating system has the opposite effect and is seen by some as an indication that Redmond isn’t done with mobile capabilities. No new Microsoft phone though But while the phone API is back in Wi...

Windows 10 “April Update” Expected to Launch This Week
While Microsoft hasn’t yet announced the public launch date of Windows 10 Redstone 4, the company is expected to begin the rollout and ship the final bits to the first wave of systems this week. Microsoft has touched all milestones ahead of the official unveiling, so this certainly makes sense, especially because this week aligns with the April target that the company had in mind for Redstone 4. The new OS feature update is labeled as Windows 10 version 1803, and this is a direct hint to the launch date. The first two digits represent the year when the RTM build was compiled, in this case 2018, while the last two are an indicator for the month – for Redstone 4 it’s March. Therefore, Windows 10 Redstone 4 RTM was compiled in March 2018, and as per Microsoft’s typical release schedule, the public rollout begins one month later. In other words, Redstone 4 should launch in April for production systems worldwide. Windows 10 April update We’re now in ...