Google+ Quicklist gives you quick access to several Google+ pages (Stream, Circles, Notifications, and others) straight from the Unity Launch bar on Ubuntu.
If are on a computer that doesn’t have network access or if you have are on a slow connection, it’s easier and faster to upgrade using a disc or an ISO image file already downloaded.
Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” has been released. It includes many new features, improvements, and a completely revamped Unity interface. Here’s how you can upgrade your Ubuntu 10.10 installation to Ubuntu 11.04.
Software Center in Ubuntu 11.04 has got a really cool feature that lets you test an application without having to install it first.
PanelRestore is a small program that allows you to easily save and restore custom panel configurations in Ubuntu. It can also be used to restore panels to the default Gnome layout.
If you are a new Ubuntu user like me, then you may be missing the feature of opening the Applications menu with Windows Key on Ubuntu, like you could on Windows. However there’s a little tweak available that gives you this functionality.
Generally when an application is installed in Ubuntu, it is added to the Applications menu.
However, there are some which may not be added to the menu, and you need to find where they are installed in order to run them. This post will show exactly that.
Yesterday I switched from Windows to Linux on my home computer. Being a Windows user for more than a decade, I was not sure if I would like it. But I went ahead and installed Ubuntu. Now after using it, though only for a day, I am loving it. Ubuntu comes packed with some great […]
Google Chrome has a functionality to automatically update to the latest version. If you wish to disable this, here’s how to do it…