LXQt 0.80 released with themes. Install on Ubuntu

LXQt, the latest Qt 5.0 based LXDE Desktop, released its version 0.80 with more updates, fixes, performance increase tweaks and qt themes. The new release includes new themes, support for reordering panel items and a set of basic admin tools to tweak the system. The release happened after 5 months from 0.70 version. The PCManFM-Qt file…

Ubuntu 14.10 Wallpapers Released. Download Supplementary Wallpapers

Ubuntu 14.10 Supplementary wallpaper contest winners are announced. The Ubuntu Community wallpapers are selected from the flickr group. The winning entries for Ubuntu 14.10 are available now. Twelve Wallpapers are officially selected for the inclusion of Ubuntu 14.10 release. There are 400 images are submitted from various parts of the world for getting official inclusion…

Ubuntu 14.10 Beta released for Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu

Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn series now entered into beta status. Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin and Ubuntu GNOME flavours are now got first beta images for testing. This beta is the change indicator for upcoming Ubuntu 14.10 in October 2014. The changes from alpha release is very less but the distro is gradually improving…

Ubuntu 14.10 Wallpaper Contest Started on Flickr

Ubuntu 14.10 Community Wallpaper contest started on Flickr Group of Ubuntu. Ubuntu 14.10 Wallpaper contest is now open for your entries. The community wallpapers are included in Ubuntu 14.10 DVD Image by default with the default wallpaper. These wallpapers are selected from the entries submitted in the Utopic Unicorn Wallpaper Submission Group in Flickr. A…

Ubuntu 14.10 Named ‘Utopic Unicorn’ Released on October 2014

Ubuntu 14.10 will be named as Utopic Unicorn. Mark Shuttleworth has announced the codename on his blog. All Ubuntu codenames are came from in the form of “Adjective Animal” and it is in alphabetic order from the third release onwards. The first two releases are not on the alphabetic order. In his post, Mark explains…

Ubuntu is Creating its own file manager based on QT for Unity 8 and Desktop

Ubuntu is aiming to create its own file manager for Unity 8. Soon this file manager will replace the nautilus in its future versions of desktop. Ubuntu 14.10 is likely to start using converged QML applications on the desktop by default. Ubuntu’s plan is to switch to Unity 8 for Ubuntu 14.10 and along with…