Taking timed screenshots is very important for a Linux user, especially when you want to capture your screen or window in a specific state or time. For example, if you want to capture how a program behaves after n seconds,
When we delete a file or folder from our system, it moves to the Trash folder(Linux) or the Recycle Bin(Windows). Time and again, we need to get rid of these mostly useless files and folders residing in our system trash
As we all know, Skype is the most popular platform to connect people through their computer systems. You can freely connect to anyone all around the world through text, voice, and video calls. You can also choose to call people
We all have our preferences when it comes to the application we want to use for opening and working with a certain file type. For example, whenever I start using a new version of an operating system, I install and
Sometimes our systems are loaded with the same files residing in different locations, eating up our memory resources. There are instances when we download a file to a location and then re-download and save it to some other location. We
If you have recently switched from Windows to Linux, you might be missing the catchy themes and the customizable taskbars of your desktop. The orange Ubuntu theme might be too plain for you and you may wish to work on
To keep up with the latest Android colored emojis you see in your messengers and web browsers, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS has replaced the older black and white emojis with the new colored ones. You can use these new emojis in
It is best practice to keep your clock synchronized with the internet according to your specified time zone unless there is a need to alter system time manually. This article describes ways through the command line and the graphical user
When we have to take screenshots in Ubuntu, we usually use the Screenshot application or the Print Screen utility. This way of taking screenshots is mostly helpful but it lacks one feature; taking screenshots of the login and lock screens.
By default, the Launcher in Ubuntu is located vertically at the left side of the screen. With Ubuntu 17 and 18, it is very easy to move the launcher to the right side of the screen or to the bottom.