We ran Windows for the week with three seemingly simple objectives. How we did, our take on what's gotten a lot better about Windows, and what still needs some work.
Is the Linux desktop hard to love? A long-time user experience developer argues it is, and we respond to his criticisms.
Their lives change forever when they meet a handsome, tormented, laptop.
We embrace new tools to upgrade your backup game, securely move files around the network, and debunk the idea that Windows will ever be based on Linux.
From the low-end to the high-end we try out both ends of the Linux hardware spectrum. Wes reviews the latest XPS 13, and Chris shares his thoughts on the Pinebook Pro.
We're blown away by the Enlightenment desktop, and its little known features, and we share a quick way for you to try it out yourself.
We make an appeal to keep Linux powerful and avoid the Macification of the desktop, and review the latest developer-focused XPS 13.
Dell expands their linux hardware lineup, why elementary OS's Flatpak support sets the bar, and we chat with Christian Schaller of Red Hat about Fedora 31 and what's around the corner.
The new XPS 13 details and Dell's Linux hardware plan for 2019.
We get an update from Dell’s Barton George on their Linux initiative Sputnik, cover some important community news, and the uncomfortable questions raised by Krita’s new financial boost.
After we make ourselves at Gnome, we look at some future open source goodies coming your way, look at how Canonical’s upstream pitch, and get excited about the next great Linux filesystem hope.
What is the best laptop for Linux in 2018? How about the best Evernote killer, and production setup? We cover the best of the best this week.