Ubuntu Tweak is perhaps the best and most comprehensive tweaking application for the Ubuntu operating system. It can be used to configure Ubuntu easily for a more enhanced user experience, as it provides many useful desktop and system options that are not present by the default in the Gnome desktop environment. I have covered many Ubuntu tweak tips and tricks in numerous posts individually which you can check out here. Continue Reading →
Many users who move to Ubuntu from other operating system find it hard to get rid of common annoyances such as accidentally removing their Gnome Panel, updating Ubuntu and managing software sources. In this post I will provide you with an easy solution to manage your Gnome Settings for avoiding common issues such as resizing Windows, removing the Gnome Panel, enabling icons on buttons, etc.
It can be quite a laborious to remove out dated Ubuntu packages, cache, to purge PPAs and cleanse the kernel. While there are a few individual applications like YPPA Manager which allow purging outdated PPAs, one seldom finds an application which allow performing multiple tasks in Ubuntu (such as the aforementioned) with convenience. Using the Ubuntu Tweak, you can perform package cleaning tasks easily with the Package Cleaner option. It Continue Reading →
I recently covered Logon Screen Changer which allow changing Window 7 Logon Screen. In this post I will tell you how to change the logon screen for Ubuntu. This method is applicable on any Ubuntu version which can run the Ubuntu Tweak, such as Ubuntu 11.10, Ubuntu 11.04, Ubuntu, 10.10 and Ubuntu 10.04.