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3 Coolest Ubuntu Launchers That You Need to Try

Every desktop environment features a launcher or menu panel to ease the users find a certain app they want to run. In Ubuntu we have Unity Dash and dock Launcher to...

Launch Your Ubuntu Apps Quicker and Easier with Ulauncher

In the current Ubuntu we have a Unity Dash to search for an app and launch it. Or -- to make it quicker -- you can also add your frequently-used apps...

Simple Steps to Install and Apply Ultra-Flat Icons Set in Ubuntu

From GNOME and now Unity, Ubuntu is one of the pioneers for the nice-look Linux distros. Since the beginning, Ubuntu always comes with an orange-based default theme, which is also include its...

Simple Steps to Install and Use Dropbox in Ubuntu

Dropbox is one of the well-known names it terms of cloud storage. Although its free plan is fewer than Google Drive and Microsoft's OneDrive, Dropbox has a superiority when it comes...

How to Record a Specific Area of Your Ubuntu Desktop And Turn It Into...

Here the case. You are a web developer who work with Ubuntu. You have just finished your project and want to demonstrate a specific part of your website in an animated...

5 Simple Ways to Extend Battery Life on Ubuntu Laptops

Ubuntu users, you have to admit that your beloved Linux distro is not too good when it comes to battery life. Isn't it? There is no best explanation why it could happen...

How to Turn Off LibreOffice’s Splash Screen on Ubuntu

Are you a LibreOffice user?. LibreOffice is one of the best alternatives to Microsoft Office. Not just because it's free. This office suite also has many features just like Microsoft Office. Nearly...

An Easy Way to Clear System Cache in Ubuntu

The concept of cache memory is basically good. It saves a collective of files to help your system loaded faster. The concept of cache memory widely implemented in web browser to make...

7 Commands to Get Ubuntu Hardware Info

Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distros used by many users. It has a modern look and friendly interface, even for newbies. One of the most frequently-asked questions regarding Ubuntu...

How to Make Your Sudo Password Visible in Ubuntu

Ubuntu -- and other Linux distros -- is an assertive operating system. Only a user with administrator privileges who can make any changes on the system. If you are just an ordinary user,...

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