Archive of posts with category 'Desktops'

Ubuntu 19.04 Review: 5 Concerns

In this Ubuntu 19.04 review, I won't touch upon what is new in this release. Instead, I will focus on what it brings in terms of performance and user experience....

XFCE drop-down terminal

Did you know that XFCE terminal supports the drop-down mode? In this post, you will learn to enable the XFCE drop-down terminal. A drop-down terminal is very useful to have...

How to Configure Dolphin file manager

How to configure Dolphin file manager? You will learn from this post how I configure Dolphin for my needs and you can configure it similarly for your needs.

Linux Mint Installation Guide for Beginners

Using this Linux Mint installation guide, you will be able to install Linux Mint even if you have never installed Linux. I am going to walk you through all the...

10 Things to do after installing KDE Neon

You will learn 10 essentials things to do after installing KDE Neon. KDE Neon is very minimal distribution and after you install it you need to spend quite some to...

Plasma 5 on Arch Linux – Install and Configure

Install Plasma 5 in Arch Linux and you will get the best combination of the power Arch Linux combined with the productivity of Plasma 5 desktop environment.

KDE Neon Review

In this KDE Neon review, I would like to share with you my experience and answer the question: Is it the best KDE distribution? I installed KDE Neon on my...

Customize Ubuntu 18.04: Themes, Icons, Layouts

In this article, you will learn how to customize Ubuntu 18.04 by installing additional themes and make its layout look different from the default.

30 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

A comprehensive tutorial on what to do after installing Ubuntu 18.04 thought for various levels of users, from novice to experienced. The best list ever!

Icons only (Windows-like) taskbar in Linux Mint

This windows like panel in Linux Mint with icons only taskbar provides more space to easily deal with multiple applications. For users who are migrating from Windows to Linux, it...

Make Xfce look modern and beautiful

Xfce default theme is not nice-looking. But you can make Xfce look modern and beautiful if you install and configure some extra desktop themes and icons.