The Ubuntu Software Center is stuffed full of applications for Ubuntu, and a whole world of third-party applications exist elsewhere. Sorting the digital chaff from the digital wheat can be a daunting task.
To give you a head-start here are our top Ubuntu app suggestions. It’s not an exhaustive list, and there are plenty of awesome apps we haven’t mentioned, but these will get you started.
Want to install and use Microsoft Office 2010 Suite in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail? Well, this brief tutorial is going to show you how to do it. With the help of Wine software, you can install and use M$ Office Suite easily in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 13.04 will be available for download in a few hours and since many of you will be installing it as soon as it’s released, here are 7 useful things you can do right after the installation.
These removal commands were created based on what Kubuntu, Xubuntu, etc. packages were added to a default Ubuntu installation. Click link above for more.
This page is for people who are new to Linux and Ubuntu/Kubuntu and want to know what the deal is with file permissions. Most new Linux users just want to be able to click and drag and drop. So one of these commands should be your new best friends…
If you’re using Ubuntu (Gnome), press Alt-F2 and type : gksudo nautilus
If you’re not happy with the default desktop environment (Unity shell on GNOME3) in Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal), then you can try installing some alternative desktop such as MATE, Cinnamon, KDE etc or a lightweight desktop environment such as XFCE. Click link and read more.