25 Things I did After Installing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin"

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS “Precise Pangolin” is proving everyone wrong. It is perhaps the most loved Ubuntu release since “Lucid Lynx”. Unity is now an almost-finished product. The rock solid nature of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS along with bold moves such as the introduction of features like HUD is winning the hearts and minds of geeks and […]

Ubuntu Linux 12.04: Microsoft’s Worst Nightmare?

Well there’s a new kid in town here in the Linux blogosphere, and it’s already caused quite a stir. It’s one of the Ubuntu clan, as its nickname makes clear, but that’s as far as the foolin’ goes. With five years of support and a scaly, tough hide, this one’s here to stay. With time […]

Upcoming Elementary OS Luna’s New Notification System Looks Just Perfect

Next version of Elementary OS codenamed “Luna” will be based on just released Ubuntu 12.04 LTS “Precise Pangolin” and it is going to bring about a number of really interesting changes, new notification system being one of them. Video Demo of Elementary OS’s New Notification System Elemenatry OS “Luna” has not yet been released and […]

Canonical’s Quest for Greatness

Canonical, the commercial developer of the Ubuntu Linux operating system, seems at times to be stuck between a rock and a hard place. Some testers and industry watchers alike have praised the company’s innovative Unity desktop shell and the Heads Up Display (HUD) bolted on top of it in this month’s release of Ubuntu 12.04, […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Default Wallpapers has Arrived, Community Contributed Ones Steal the Show Yet Again!

Wallpapers for upcoming Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin has just been arrived. The collection include a new official default wallpaper plus 14 other exceptionally good community contributed wallpapers as well. To put it lightly, community contributed wallpapers put the default one to shame. By far the best collection of wallpapers for Ubuntu in my opinion. Default […]

Ubuntu’s New ‘HUD’ Factor: A Step Forward or Back?

Some of us here in the Linux blogosphere may have hoped for a quieter 2012 than 2011 turned out to be, but so far at least, it doesn’t look like we’re getting our wish. January appears to have started the year off with a bang. Do we get a little break now that it’s the […]