How to Use Facebook on Ubuntu

This article is about tips for using Facebook features on your computer under Ubuntu. Ubuntu provides several software packages making the use of customizable Facebook (do apt-cache search facebookto convince you). Massive download of photos Uploading photos via the Java applet The Facebook site offers an import page containing a Java applet. This applet may […]
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How to Install Shotwell Photo Manager

Shotwell Shotwell is the default photo manager for Ubuntu. Its easy handling is adapted not to put off users preferring simplicity. Designed for GNOME language Vala and available under GNU / Linux open source license (LGPL v2.1 ). Its development is currently very fast and its functionalities evolve very quickly, quickly making this page obsolete. Its main […]
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How to Install fonts on Ubuntu (Google Fonts, Adobe Fonts and Microsoft Fonts)

One of the most frustrating challenges new users of Ubuntu may encounter is installing fonts on their newly found operating system. Fonts enable us to interact well with out PC and many users have different opinion when it comes to font usage on out PC. This tutorial shows you how to install fonts on Ubuntu. How […]
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How to Install F-Spot Picture Manager for Ubuntu

F-Spot The project is dead F-Spot was removed from deposits official since Ubuntu 16.04. See this report bug . F-Spot is a manager of personal photos, single-user (we must take precautions before moving his collection of photos ), for GNOME . It is written in C # and using Mono and Gtk #. JPEG, GIF, PNG, […]
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How to add packages or update Ubuntu apt-offline

This tutorial is intended for all those who have installed Ubuntu on a computer that has no Internet connection, but who would like nevertheless maintain their system up to date and install the applications they lack. Apt-offline can easily do this from another computer connected to the internet. Prerequisite Have the administrative rights. Having access […]
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Download Ubuntu Desktop and Server – Direct Links for All Versions (Updated)

Ubuntu operating system is distributed for free and is free to download. The latest version of Ubuntu will always be downloaded from the official site. You already have a few choices you need to make. There is (except for six months every two years) the LTS release (Long Term Support) and the latest cutting edge release. […]
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