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Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’

23 Best Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 and 18.10

First of all, let me show my heartfelt greeting to all the users who have successfully installed the latest Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’ on your laptop or desktop. As you are a new user and installed a fresh copy of Ubuntu, I highly recommend...
How To Install Software in Ubuntu Linux: A Complete Guide for Newbie

How To Install Software in Ubuntu Linux: A Complete Guide for Newbie

Before ten years ago, when I was new into the world of Ubuntu Linux, I was so confused about many things of how to do this and that. Among all those, how to install software in Ubuntu Linux is one of them. As a...
How To Speed Up Ubuntu Linux

How To Speed Up Ubuntu Linux: 12 Must Follow Tips

Ubuntu is very powerful and polished Debian based Linux distro. Though Ubuntu Desktop Performance is remarkably good and fast on modern laptop and desktop. But after few days of installing Ubuntu, you might have noticed, that your system gives a sluggish performance. This might...
How to Install, Update and Upgrade Ubuntu: An Easy Tutorial for Newbie

How to Install, Update & Upgrade Ubuntu: An Easy Tutorial for Newbie

Ubuntu is one of the best Debian based open source Linux operating systems. Almost all Software is free, and you don’t need to worry about the security for your system. Every year Ubuntu comes with new Updates. But many of us especially newbie users...
Remove Unity Desktop after Upgrading To Ubuntu 17.10

How To Remove Unity Desktop after Upgrading To Ubuntu 17.10

As Ubuntu 17.10 has come with big changes and you have completed the upgrading process into the new system from 17.04 or 16.04. But what's about the Unity Desktop environment as it was a default in old Ubuntu system. At this moment, you have...
all the Possible Ways to Install deb packages

Can’t Install .deb files on Ubuntu? Here’s all the Possible Ways to Install deb...

Software installation is very easy and straightforward onto Ubuntu Linux system. There are many ways to install a required application. Users can use "Terminal", ".deb" packages, Ubuntu software center etc. But there is a problem that many Ubuntu software can't be found via official...

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