So you've downloaded or upgraded to the latest release of Ubuntu - the nominal Natty Narwhal - but what now? As great as Ubuntu is out of the box here are 10 things that can make your experience more of a swim in the ocean than a splash...
So you’ve downloaded Ubuntu 10.10, made yourself a freshly minted copy and installed it with haste. Now what? Here is our guide to the top 10 post-install must-do’s that will help ensure you get off […]
If you’re going to be installing a freshly minted copy of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS later today or this weekend then the following list of 10 reader submitted post-install must-do’s will help ensure that you’re off […]
A fresh install of Ubuntu is great, but there are still a few bits missing such as Mp3 playback, expanded software sources and your preferred programmes. Thankfully all of these are a click or two […]
This list of things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish is packed with tips & tricks to help you get more from your Ubuntu 18.10 install.
Here are 16 things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.10. We show you how to change theme, install apps, and use (awesome) hidden features.
After you’ve installed or upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10, known by its codename ‘Utopic Unicorn’, there are a few things you should do to get it up and running in tip-top shape.
With the final releases of Ubuntu 10.04 gearing up there will be an influx of new and eager users soon be flocking into the Ubuntu pen. To help guide newbie’s in getting off to a […]
You’ve installed Ubuntu 9.10, now what? Here are my top 10 tips for getting a fresh install feeling your own… 1. Install Codecs, flash, Microsoft Fonts and DVD playback stuff Ubuntu cannot, for legal reasons,ship with […]
Download the Ubuntu 21.10 beta to help test the next major release of Ubuntu ahead of its stable release in mid-October. In this post, see what's changed.
Ubuntu 21.10 is making the Firefox Snap app its default browser. A feature-freeze exception requests the Firefox Snap be seeded in the Ubuntu ISO image.
What do a GTK audiobook app, a classy desktop dock, and a RGB peripheral control tool have in common? They have all had new releases recently.