Linux Mint announced that it will keep Mozilla Firefox as its distribution’s default web browser, but with some major changes.
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Elementary this week announced the availability of what it says is the biggest update yet to its Ubuntu-based Linux distribution.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 69, the latest version of its flagship browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
Microsoft announced today that it is supporting the addition of its exFAT file system to the Linux kernel.
Chrome OS and the Chromebooks on which it runs are now sophisticated enough for web and Android developers, Google says.
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It appears that Linux app support is indeed coming to Chrome OS. The obvious question, of course, is why?
For the past few years, Google has been quietly working on a new operating system called Fuchsia which many believe could replace Android.
Bill Gates once remarked that Windows was the most versatile software that the world had ever seen. Nope.