Eye of Gnome or the Image Viewer is the default picture/image viewing application in Ubuntu. It is available on most Ubuntu versions by default. It integrates with the GTK+ look and feel of GNOME, and supports many image formats for
Ubuntu by default comes with a large number of fonts. These fonts are pre-installed in a newly installed Ubuntu OS. However, sometimes you may not be contented or get bored with these fonts and wish to install some additional fonts.
Minecraft is a game about placing blocks and going on adventures. It’s set in infinitely-generated worlds of wide open terrain – icy mountains, swampy bayous, vast pastures and much more – filled with secrets, wonders and peril! In this article,
Gnome Calculator is the default calculator application for Ubuntu. According to the developers, GNOME Calculator is an application that solves mathematical equations. Though it at first appears to be a simple calculator with only basic arithmetic operations, you can switch
The Cairo Dock is an eye-catching and convenient dock interface for your Ubuntu desktop. With its features like multi-docks, launchers, taskbar, and many useful applets, you can advantageously replace it with your default dock panel. The panels can be easily
Qt is a free, open source, and cross-platform application development framework for desktop, embedded and mobile. It supports various platforms such as Linux, OS X, Windows, VxWorks, QNX, Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Sailfish OS, and others. More than a programming language.
Configuration files contain the information required to control the operation of a program. For Linux users especially Linux administrators, they must know how to edit these files and perform the basic configuration. Configuration files are stored in /etc subdirectories as
Most operating system and programs especially large one comes in an ISO format containing all required installation files. An ISO file or an ISO image is a perfect representation of all file and folders contained in a CD /DVD. Alternatively,
If you have shifted towards Ubuntu from Windows OS, it will seem hard to use that Linux based OS especially the command line. Because most of the Linux functionalities based on the command line. Even most Linux users prefer to
Plank, according to their developers, is meant to be the simplest dock on the planet. The goal is to provide just what a dock needs and absolutely nothing more. It is, however, a library which can be extended to create