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).
Unity Desktop ever since its arrival on Ubuntu 11.04, has been the bane of power-Linux users, who once basked in prowess of the facile GNOME desktop. On the other hand, new adopters of Linux and its extended family of open source software, love the tablet-type-touch-based user interface that Unity Desktop offers.
Among the many things to improve for Unity , in addition to searching for installed applications , we find the lack of customization. Luckily start arriving the first applications that help us to customize our new environment(1). Here are 2 simple applications that will help you to customize unity the easy way.
If you installed ubuntu 11.04 and you didn`t like the new look!!, The system works too slow with Unity or you missed the old look of ubuntu. You decided to go back to the old look but you don`t know how to do that? It is very easy, To make Gnome 2 your default desktop […]
LinuxMint is one of the most polished GNU/Linux distros based on Ubuntu. Canonical recently announced that they are abandoning the upcoming Gnome Shell and move to Unity along with a long-term plan to replace X with Wayland. This raises the question, what will happen to Linux Mint which is an Ubuntu derivative?