Archive | October, 2011

Install Xfce 4.8 in Ubuntu 11.10

Xfce is a lightweight desktop environment for low end Unix-like systems, Xfce uses minimum system resources but its still visually appealing and user friendly. Xfce follows freedesktop.org standards.
Xfce provides number of components which provides full desktop experience. It includes all the components which you expect from a modern desktop environment which includes Window manager, Desktop manager, panel, Session manager, File manager [...]

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Ubuntu 12.40 LTS will get 5 years support package

Next year when the Ubuntu 12.04 comes out it will be a relief for those Ubuntu users who like to use it for a long time. Ubuntu users such as businesses, schools or universities cannot change their setups with every release due to their extensive use in their respective fields. They require a more stable [...]

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QuickWiki: Firefox Add-on

I heard about this splendid Firefox add-on and sat down to tell you about it. It is for the all sorts of people using the internet through Firefox internet browser. Professionals can benefit from it as well as the normal internet probers like you and me.
Information is everything in this age and nobody wants to [...]

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Install KDE Plasma Desktop in Ubuntu 11.10

KDE is preferred desktop by large Linux user base and Canonical acknowledge importance of KDE therefore they have separate edition named as KUbuntu. KDE applications are based upon Qt Framework and many open-source applications make use of Qt Framework which works natively in KDE.
If you don’t like Unity Interface and installed GNOME-Shell and didn’t liked it either and [...]

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Install GNOME-Shell in Ubuntu 11.10

Linux is praised due to the flexibility it can offer. Many Ubuntu users are upgrading to Ubuntu 11.10 and some of them don’t like the Unity Interface. For them there is nothing to worry about, you can mold and customize Ubuntu as much as you can. If you don’t like latest Unity than you can [...]

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Download Manager for Ubuntu

Steadyflow is the best native download manager available for Ubuntu. Steadyflow is simple yet productive download manager which will fulfill your basic downloading needs. Steadyflow doesn’t support Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, it only supports Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal and Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot. So, if you are using Ubuntu 10.04 than you should consider DownThemAll Firefox addon.

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