What you need to know about Ubuntu Here are 5 important things that you need to know while you start installing and using on your system. You will need to note them if you are a Window user and trying to upload Ubuntu on your system. Feel free to leave your comments and any feedback […]
What there that you would like in Ubuntu There are lots of dissimilarities in Ubuntu and Microsoft WIndows: many of them are disadvantageous while using Ubuntu but still there are many features that you will like in Ubuntu. Here are what I found interesting in Ubuntu:
Among all the operating system, Ubuntu is the coolest Though thereâ€™s always a cost factor when you consider something valuable and more so when you are talking about something related to computers, yet there are many features of Ubuntu that makes it no. 1 operating system for amateurs and also for professionals.
Why you would like using Ubuntu and spread it for better I have been through the phase when I tried to inspire people about using original software and operating system so that we do not use pirated software. This is sort of illegal activity to use pirated software and it also does not help you
What is different in two of these operating systems While we discussed some points of dissimilarity on the desktop of Ubuntu, here we are trying to get some dissimilar points while using some programs or software in Ubuntu. Okay here are some points that I noticed. The mouse pointer does not work as quick as
Why I like to run my system on Ubuntu There are many reasons why you would like to use Ubuntu once you have used it and have got sort of your hands on it. It’s is very cool and you will tend to forget using MIcrosoft Windows after some time. Here are 10 good reasons
What is different in Ubuntu than Microsoft Windows There is no reason why you won’t love using Ubuntu…after all, it comes for free and you get almost everything that you can expect from a reasonable operation system. However, like almost everyone, if you have been using Microsoft Windows previously and have just shifted to Ubuntu
After you are done with the initial steps before the installation of Linux, Insert the CD (Compact Disk) of Ubuntu and restart the system. Change the first boot device to CD-ROM because you have to boot your system through CD of Ubuntu. After booting from Ubuntu CD, the first screen that you will see is
You are surely surprised by this strange name that does not originate from English. Yes, Ubuntu is an African word and the meaning is very goodâ€“Humanity to others. The other meaning of the word is: I am what I am because of who we all are.