The first in a series of videos introducing Ubuntu 10.10 as a viable alternative as an everyday OS. In this part, I introduce the operating system, give some pointers on the interface, and how to get the system set up for sound/video and the web.
www.gnomies.com – The Gnomies join in to give their reactions to the news of Ubuntu now being available on Android. You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: youtu.be www.gnomies.com http profiles.google.com twitter.com www.facebook.com
Introduction and Review of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Codenamed Precise Pangolin. The latest Long Term Support release of Ubuntu now offers 5 years security updates for both Desktop and Server editions. Unity is now looking a lot better, and there are some new features such as: Heads Up Display (HUD) that allows you to easily search through applications menu items, New Privacy tool to control what history is saved More Customisation options in Unity Improved support for Dual monitors Chapter Timings: 0:01 Introduction to Ubuntu 0:16 System Features 1:49 Heads Up Display (HUD) 2:37 Customising Unity with MyUnity 3:50 Privacy Tool 4:09 Installing Applications with Software Centre 4:50 Pre-Installed Applications 7:20 Conclusion Ubuntu comes with just about everything you need to get going with, such as Firefox web browser, LibreOffice, Rhythm Box music player, Totem movie player, Shotwell photo manager, plus a few more apps. Website: www.ubuntu.com Download: www.ubuntu.com How to install Ubuntu to dual boot with Windows: youtu.be
Screencast Review overview of Linux Mint 9 KDE Edition Final Gold Stable 64bit 1.2GB DVD OS running from the Live ISO inside VirtualBox with the host Operating System also been Linux Mint 9. This video was created entirely with Linux Mint 9 using Kdenlive for editing. “The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 9 KDE. Linux Mint 9 KDE is available in 32-bit and 64-bit as a liveDVD, via Torrent and HTTP download. Based on Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, Linux 2.6.32, KDE 4.4.4, X.Org 7.5 and Amarok 2.3.0, this edition features a lot of improvements and the latest software from the Open Source World. Featured improvements in this release: KDE Network Manager, new applications, 30000 applications cataloged and re-viewable both online and in the new software manager, brand new incremental backup tool for both data and software selection, USB and Windows installers, 3 years support, look and feel improvements”” Download & more Info from: www.linuxmint.com Original video production by the www.OSGUI.com Tech Show.
In this new and improved Video Screencast Tutorial from the www.OSGUI.com Tech Show I will show you how to step by step install and use the Google Gadgets for Linux on Ubuntu Linux 9.10 Karmic Koala, it provides a platform for running desktop gadgets under Linux, catering to the unique needs of Linux users. It’s compatible with the gadgets written for Google Desktop for Windows aso well as the Universal Gadgets on iGoogle.
Boot Windows or Linux via USB! USB Flash Drives are more than just storage, they’re a great way to run your safe copy of Linux or Windows on -any- machine that can boot from USB! This secret tip gives you security, safety, and ease of mind – and also makes it easy to fix your PC! Thanks for favorite / rating and commenting, Subscribe for more!
Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux, explains how the word should be pronounced. This clip taken from a longer interview from Revolution OS. Buy the DVD! 🙂
This is part 1 of a series of new reviews of the Ubuntu OS, version 9.10 known as Karmic Koala. Click here for ore Ubuntu tips PCWizKidsTechTalk.com and RATE or COMMENT! Cheers!
Google Chrome OS is an open source operating system for people who spend most of their time on the web built around the core tenets of speed, simplicity and security. www.chromium.org
A new day has dawned at Dotto Tech: Steve extols the virtues of Linux, a free operating system that is no longer only for the advanced computer geek. For more information please go to (www.dottotech.com)