Elementary users wanting a consistent look to their notification area may find some of the following monochromatic icons perfect replacements for the unsubtle icons the applications mentioned ship with.
Everyone loves button pushing and beautiful boot loader BURG gives you a copious selection to choose from. Better yet they’re useful! Here’s our dandy high-5 list of five buttons to press during your BURG boot. […]
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Last week Weather-Indicator project member Cullen shared his favourite five images from the Ubuntu Artwork Flickr Pool (where users can submit photos, a dozen or so of which will make it into the default installation […]
Windows converts will find that many of their favourite applications are already available on Linux; Skype, Firefox, Google Chrome, VLC, etc but there are many Windows staples that don’t have Linux ports. The applications listed below make perfect drop-in replacements.
One of the great ‘new’ traditions during an Ubuntu development cycle is the open submission of photos competing to win a place in the next default install of Ubuntu. The competition has a few more months left to go but Weather-Indicator projects’ Cullen has picked out his five favourite photos so far - and you don’t need to be Sherlock Holmes in order to spot a few recurring themes…
With a move towards every sleeker, ever more visually animated desktop themes and GUI’s it’s easy to forget how far the themes we use now have come along in such a short space of time. With that in mind here are some retro desktop themes in case all the fancy-pants themes of today have left you longing for the BeOS styling's of yesteryear…
Daily 5 today briefs you, er, briefly on 5 alternative file managers to stock Nautilus. Dolphin If you’ve tried Kubuntu of late then chances are you’ve already encountered Dolphin – it’s the default file manager […]
Everyone needs to use a word processor every now and then (how 80’s does the word ‘word processor’ sound? Hmm.) There are various ones to choose from – and not a fat deal of difference […]
There are some incredibly useful applications that don’t ship with Ubuntu one for reason or another. Below I list my 5 of the best applications you might be missing out on! Pitivi – Simple Video […]