Ubuntu 12.04 support has been added to popular third-party tweaking tool 'Ubuntu Tweak'.
A new version of Ubuntu tweak - the popular third party app for customising Ubuntu - is available for download. Ubuntu Tweak 0.6, which has been 2 years in the making, sports a new look and plenty of new features.
Popular third-party ubuntu utility 'Ubuntu Tweak' has been quiet for the last fews month - but with good reason. The developer behind the once 'must-have' application has been tailoring the tool for use with Ubuntu updated Unity interface and feature set.
A new bug fix release of Ubuntu Tweak that offers more dependable purging of PPAs has been released.
Several days back we featured a rather useful app called 'GUnity' that gave you an easy way to tweak the Unity desktop to your liking. 'Confity', pictured below, is a similar application that follows the same 'ethos' as GUnity, only this tool provides a lot more bang for your proverbial free buck.
Solving minor issues in Ubuntu just got easier with the launch of '?YeoWorks Ubuntu Solutions' - a small application that provides one-click 'solutions' for a raft of Ubuntu bugs, flaws and annoyances.
I take a pre-beta play with Ubuntu Tweak 0.6
With the advent of an entirely new desktop shell for Ubuntu 11.04 one could be forgiven for thinking that Ubuntu Tweak - the popular third-party interface and settings tweaking app - might be rendered obsolete. The truth is anything but.
Feeling full after xmas? Me too. Time for a post-gluttonous recap on a apps which sneaked out new releases whilst the rest of us where noshing down stodgy cake and irrepressible amounts of mince pies... First up: Ubuntu Tweak.
The latest stable release of Ubuntu Tweak is now available, adding to its already impressive roster of features a new desktop and application recovery options. In the announcement on the release the Tweak-team say: – “Desktop […]
Where would we be without Ubuntu Tweak? Arguably one of the most popular applications for end-users it just keeps on giving. A new backup feature will be showing up in the next stable release and […]
Ubuntu Tweak will be adding a ‘reset’ button after features and options which can be readily reset.. This latest feature once again makes Ubuntu Tweak a must-have application – never again will daring to customize […]