Since long I have been waiting for a Linux operating system which can be as slick and stylish as Windows. I believe the time might have come for that in the light of Zorin OS release. It is a multi-functional operating system designed for Windows users who want to have easy and smooth access to Linux. Although it is Ubuntu based, however, I found it much smoother than the Ubuntu Continue Reading →
System tray notifications were released a while back for Ubuntu 11.04 Unity (Natty Narwhal). Unfortunately, the system tray option is not available for all applications and merely works with a few apps such as Mumble, Java applications and Wine. In this post I will tell you how to enable system tray notifications for all applications.
Eve Installer is an Ubuntu software which lets you install important applications, updates, repositories and games in Ubuntu 11.04 and Linux Mint operating systems. With Eve Installer, you can install internet related apps, system tools, graphics, office, multimedia, appearance and related apps in a single click. It also allows adding useful repositories such as Medibuntu, Ubuntu 11.04, Ubuntu 10.10, Google, get-deb and Playdeb. Although many of these software can be Continue Reading →
Wine is a free software that allows Linux users (such as Ubuntu users) to run Windows programs. Wine also provides a software library, known as Winelib, which can be used by developers to compile Windows applications to help port them to Linux. Wine is not an emulator but a compatibility layer, which provides alternative implementations for the DLLs. Below are instructions to help you use Wine.
Ubuntu despite its 11.04 enhancements arguably does not match the elegance of the Windows 7 Aero Glass Look. If you are a Windows user who switched to Ubuntu or just a hardcore Linux fan who wants the Windows Aero Glass effect on your Ubuntu machine. Here is a guide to help you do just that.