After running update on Ubuntu Desktop 13.10, there is something strangely wrong with the Dash search function, and it doesn’t work as before. When I press the Super Key, Dash Search displayed. And I could open any applications by typing the applications name and press Enter. But, after running the update, the Launcher is empty, […]
Just a few days ago, Unity 8 became available for Ubuntu 13.10. However, it is just an Alpha release and it’s not coming to the ‘stable city’ until Ubuntu 14.xx release. Now, I am putting those ‘xx’ because it’s not clear if Canonical aim to launch their 14.04 LTS along with a hell-of-a-buggy desktop-environment like […]
Unity is a shell interface for the GNOME desktop environment developed by Canonical for its Ubuntu operating system. It is designed to make more efficient use of the space, given the limited screen size of netbooks, including, for example, a vertical application switcher (also known as the launcher). Unlike other Linux desktop environments, Unity is […]
I guess we all are some how familiar with “Unity” desktop and some of you may already be fond of it. Well, it’s true that even the sound of the word “Unity” is interwoven with Ubuntu, so Unity is some kind of Ubuntu’s property.
In Ubuntu12.04 Precise Pangolin, Rhythmbox is the default player in the sound menu, the sound menu support also some other audio players like Climentine for exp. In this Tip i will show you how to add some unsupported players to the sound menu, like for example VLC or Amarok. You can do that with just […]
If you are one of these people that like to change the look of their Linux desktop frequently, then this post is for you, i tried to list some nice themes that were updated the past few days. The themes are available for Gnome shell and Unity desktop.
Unsetting is another graphical configuration tool for Unity, Unsetting allows you to change the themes for GTK, window manger, icons, cursors, switch off the global menu and the overlay scrollbars used in Unity, another nice feature is that Unsetting lets you to save your settings into and load from a text file (JSON format) so […]
One of the most requested feature by ubuntu users, is the ability to move unity launcher to the bottom, this is become possible with the release of Unity Bottom Launcher (Unity Plugin Rotated) an unoficial compiz plugin that allow you to move the Launcher to the bottom of Ubuntu Desktop (See screenshot bellow).