Ubuntu-News 10 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 12.10 After the thrill of downloading it, and the jagged nerves from installing it, you may be wondering what to do next with your freshly installed copy of Ubuntu. That question is especially true if you’re new to Ubuntu or haven’t used it for a while. So, to help get you settled, we’ve listed our top 10 post-install must-dos… 1. Get Up to Speed Whether you’re new to Ubuntu or are already a fan, the latest version of the OS sports some slick new features that are worth knowing about. To bring you fully up-to-speed we’ve primed a video run-down of the 10 most exciting new features in Ubuntu 12.10… 2. You may have a fresh install of a brand new release but that’s doesn’t mean it’s a finished product; there may be a few last-minute bug fixes ready and waiting to be installed. Typically Ubuntu will automatically check for new updates every few days but as this is ‘day one’ for you we’ll need to do this manually. 3. For legal reasons Ubuntu can’t provide certain music and film codecs ‘out of the box’.
Top 10 Ubuntu app downloads for September 2012 Here’s another installment of our monthly app charts. Stay up to date with all that’s new in the Software Centre and check out last month’s top 10 Ubuntu app downloads! Top 10 paid apps Top 10 free apps Would you like to see your app featured in this list and on millions of user’s computers? If you’re just getting your feet wet, check out how to get started with your first app in Ubuntu ›If you’ve got an existing app you’d like deliver to the world, submit it to the Ubuntu Software Centre › Notes: The lists of top 10 app downloads includes only those applications submitted through My Apps on the Ubuntu App Developer Site. Follow Ubuntu App Development on: Social Media Icons by Paul Robert Lloyd
Top 100 of the Best (Useful) OpenSource Applications The following is a list of about 100 of the best OpenSource Applications, that actually help make Linux more usable for people. It is my hope that this list shows potential Linux users that there really is a large, effective, productive and usable range of free, OpenSource applications. For existing Linux users (like myself), I think this will provide a great resource in finding applications that may better suit your needs, or just for fun! The majority of these applications can be installed by either apt-get or synaptic, however I’ve included the web site addresses of these applications so that you can obtain more information. This list took a long time to put together and I tried to keep it in alphabetical order for you. – You might want to bookmark this and come back later. Enjoy! Ardour: ( Ardour is a digital audio workstation. Audacity: ( Record live audio. Grip: ( Hydrogen: (