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LINUX: Top 10 Gnome Desktop Tweaks
« on: 15. January 2008., 21:08:51 »

The desktop environment for many Linux users, Gnome, is fast, organized and very easy to learn. But Gnome is also very powerful and highly customizable. Today's top 10 lists the various ways you can tweak Nautilus and the Gnome desktop to turn Linux into a productivity powerhouse.

10. Re-theme Root Applications
 9. Disable Trackpad While Typing
 8. Copy and Paste Without Using the Gnome Clipboard
 7. Hide KDE Apps From the Gnome Menus
 6. Smooth your fonts (Ubuntu Feisty specific)
 5. Embed the Terminal in the Desktop
 4. Change Gnome Menus to use PCMan File Manager
 3. Supercharge Your Right-Click Menu
 2. Do Even More with Nautilus
 1. Speed up Gnome Menus

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Sometimes, 10 is just barely enough. A couple of items from the Top 10 Gnome desktop tweaks list's cutting room floor include:

What is your favorite Gnome tweak? What did I miss? Tell all in the comments.


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LINUX Top 10 Gnome Desktop Tweaks
« Reply #1 on: 26. November 2011., 06:28:31 »
Or you can just resize your partition for free with the Linux Installation CD

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