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Opera 44.0.2510.857 / 45.0.2545.0 Dev
Surf the Internet in a safer, faster and easier way with the Opera browser for Linux

GUPnP 1.0.2
An object-oriented open source framework for creating UPnP devices and control points

GSSDP 1.0.2
An Open Source GObject-based API for handling resource announcement and discovery over SSDP

Evince 3.24.0
A lightweight document viewer utility implemented into the GNOME desktop environment

Totem 3.24.0
The official Movie Player application for the open source GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Control Center 3.24.0
The main settings panel and command center application of the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Settings Daemon 3.24.0
A free, simple and open source daemon that runs in the background and stores GNOME's session settings

GSettings Desktop Schemas 3.24.0
This package stores all the GSettings schemas for your GNOME desktop environment

Sound Juicer 3.24.0
An Audio-CD ripping tool that features a clean interface and automatic tagging of files

Evolution Mapi 3.24.0
This is the official MAPIProvider plugin for the powerful Evolution email client

Evolution EWS 3.24.0
A free project that integrates support for the Exchange Web Service (EWS) into the Evolution email and calendar client

Evolution 3.24.0
An open source integrated mail, addressbook and calendaring application for GNOME

Doomsday Engine 1.15.8 / 2.0.0 Build 2277 Beta
An Open Source 3D-graphics enhanced game engine for Doom, Heretic, and Hexen games

GNOME Music 3.24.0
Listen to music, upload music and share audio files across devices with this GNOME app

GNOME Boxes 3.24.0
Easily access and view remote or virtual machines on the GNOME desktop environment

GNOME Dictionary 3.24.0
An open source, free and standalone dictionary application for the GNOME desktop environment on any GNU/Linux operating system

GNOME Builder 3.24.0
A powerful IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for aspiring GNOME developers

GNOME Tweak Tool 3.24.0
An open source utility that will help users to customize advanced GNOME 3 options

Disks 3.24.0
GNOME's storage device handler tool that allows users to format and partition disks

GNOME Weather 3.24.0
A free and standalone weather forecast application for the GNOME desktop environment


Latest News.

Latest Black Lab Linux Weekly Build Optimizes Swap File Management for SSD
Black Lab Software CEO Robert J. Dohnert informed Softpedia today about the immediate availability of a new Weekly build of the Ubuntu-based Black Lab Linux operating system. Black Lab Linux Weekly Build 255 is here two weeks after the previous ISO snapshot because of some minor health problems the lead developer had last week. Therefore, it attempts to fix almost 160 issues that users reported since then, especially some KDE specific bugs. "With this release, we have fixed 159 bugs within the system. This weekly is based on the KDE desktop, and we fixed many of the issues within the KDE desktop as well," said Robert J. Dohnert, CEO of Black Lab Software. "There are a few bugs that we haven't fixed yet." Here's what's new in Black Lab Linux Weekly Build 255 Among the KDE improvements, we can me...

Windows 10, the Only Way to Go: 8 in 10 Companies to Install the OS, Study Shows
A new research shows that more than 8 in 10 firms are planning to install Windows 10 in the coming years, many of them in anticipation of Windows 7 end of support due in 2020. Windows 10, which was offered as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8.1 consumers in the first 12 months of availability, has a market share of approximately 24 percent, according to various third-party research firms. Microsoft originally planned to bring the OS on 1 billion devices by the end of FY2017, but the company recently acknowledged that more time would be needed to reach this goal. The latest figures point to approximately 400 million devices running Windows 10. The survey, which was performed by CCS Research in late 2016 included 400 IT decision makers in Europe and the United States, brought forward results that pretty much speak for themselves: companies pl...

Opera Browser Gets Windows 7 Native Look and Feel in Latest Dev Version
The developer version of Opera browser has just received another update that brings several important improvements for users on Windows. First and foremost, this new version pushes the Reborn overhaul one step further, as it introduces new icons which the development team describes as “more refined and elegant.” Some of these icons change their colors when they are active, and without a doubt, more refinements would be included in future updates. Additionally, Opera removed the Speed Dial animation effect when hovering the mouse over the tiles, but instead added a new effect when opening the private mode allowing you to browse the web without leaving any traces. As for Windows 7 users, this update is particularly important because it brings back the OS look and feel, introducing the Aero Glass window frame. There are obviously plenty of bug fixes, including some other tweaks for the ad blocker, so in case you’re part of the developer channel, there’s no doubt tha...

Microsoft: We Won’t Help the Government Hack Our Users
Microsoft is one of the companies that brought the US government to court for data request order which it claimed it violated the law, and now the software giant is reiterating its support for protecting users by saying that it doesn’t plan to collaborate with authorities on hacking customers. Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said in a recent interview that the Redmond-based company is fully committed to working with governments on providing user information when they are legally compelled to, but other than that, there’s no intention on revealing customer data as part of any other programs. “Law enforcement needs information, sometimes it needs it very quickly to save lives. When we get those kinds of requests, or warrants, and when they are lawful, we act quickly. We can do so in a matter of minutes. But when governments go too far, we will say no,” Brad Smith was

Google Removes Location Sharing in Google+ before Rolling it Out on Maps
Last week, Google anxiously announced that it will be introducing a new feature for Android, iOS and desktop users of its Maps platform. The new tool would allow users to share their real-time location and ETA with friends and family. To do so, users would simply need to open the side menu inside Google Maps or tap on the blue dot showing their location on the map. Location sharing was designed as a simple and quick method for everyone to share their current position and let people know how much time is left before they reach their destination. In its release report, Google didn’t mention when the new feature would roll out to all users, the tech giant only said that it will reach Android, iOS and desktop users soon. Location sharing is disabled in Google+ But it seems that Google has already disabled the feature in G...

Siri Rumored to Get iMessage and iCloud Integration in iOS 11
Apple just recently introduced iOS 10.3 version, but information about the upcoming iOS 11 continues to surface online. The latest reveals that the Cupertino company may be preparing to bring iMessage integration into Siri, to adapt to user habits. A new report shows that Apple will update Siri in iOS 11 with features like adaptive AI and integration with iMessage and iCloud. Information should be taken with a grain of salt at this point, as nothing is certain until the new version arrives later this year. Nonetheless, the report mentions that Apple’s virtual assistant will have the capacity to learn the user’s habits and provide different options based on context. Users have been rather displeased with Siri’s lack of contextual awareness, seeing how Google Assistant does offer some options in this dire...

Samsung Store in Singapore Catches Fire Ahead of Galaxy S8 Unveil
Tomorrow, Samsung plans on unveiling its newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but it seems that the company just can’t catch a break. A Samsung store in Singapore caught fire this morning, causing neighboring shops in the mall to close temporarily for safety and cleaning. Samsung confirmed the fire and stated that the store caught fire early in the morning, before opening hours. No one was hurt during the fire at the Samsung Experience Store at AMK Hub, as the fire was extinguished by water sprinklers. Samsung officials added “We are currently assessing the property damage and working closely with the authorities to determine the cause of the fire.” It’s surely an unfortunate turn of events, as Samsung is preparing to host the Unpacked event in New York and London tomorrow, to announce its newest

Get the Windows 7 Start Menu in Windows 10 Creators Update
There are plenty of users out there who still hate Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Start menu, which uses live tiles borrowed from the Windows 8 Start screen, so searching for apps that can restore the Windows 7 Start menu is the first thing they do after a clean install. With Windows 10 Creators Update just around the corner, it was important for these users to receive updates that would make their third-party Start menu apps work correctly on the new OS version. And recently, the creator of StartIsBack, one of the most advanced Start menu apps, released an update to make sure that everything works correctly after installing the Creators Update. StartIsBack 2.0 comes with full support for the Windows 10 Creators Update, if you download and install this new version, so the Start menu should provide an experience similar to what you were getting in the An...

New Leak Shows Size Difference between the Galaxy S8 and S8+
With just one day left until the unveiling, leaks regarding the Galaxy S8 and S8+ continue to surface, as more and more images depicting the two phones surface online. The latest shows how the Galaxy S8 compares with the Galaxy S8+ in size. The standard Galaxy S8 is expected to feature a 5.8-inch display, while the larger S8+ will have a 6.2-inch screen, and the same design as the smaller version. The difference between the two phones will be about half an inch longer screen diagonal on the S8+, which could make the phone a bit uncomfortable to some users. In addition, the new 18:9 aspect ratio would make the phones seem narrower, while the rumored 83% screen-to-body ratio would certainly make the most of the display on both phones. Moreover, the Galaxy S8+ should have an overall size about the same as a 5.7-inch smartphone. It’s still a large s...

All 2017 iPhones to Support Wireless Charging, Apple Watch to Feature LTE
Semiconductor analyst Christopher Rolland spoke with multiple Apple suppliers recently and revealed interesting information about Apple’s plans for 2017 iPhones and the new Apple Watch. The analyst also learned some details about iPhones to be announced next year. First off, the next version of Apple Watch will feature its own cellular modem chip, and therefore will support LTE. Apple has yet to sign off on the new device’s design and solve some battery life issues, but the company does intend to incorporate AirPod support for making and receiving calls on the Apple Watch. VoIP support and data across a CAT-M1 connection could also be implemented for superior battery life. Secondly, the analyst gathered even more details about the smartphones that Apple intends to announce this year. The Cupertino company is said to release three iP...