By default, Ubuntu’s Unity desktop only has four workspaces. If this isn’t enough or too many, here’s how you can tweak the number of workspaces in Unity.
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Unity Tweak Tool is a configuration tool for the Ubuntu Unity Desktop. It brings all the settings together in a single place so you can access them easily.
One of the reasons that many hated the Unity desktop in Ubuntu is because there is a lack of customization option. People switched from Windows/Mac to Linux is mainly because Linux offers them an environment where they can customize everything to their liking. When Canonical reduced your ability to do what you want with your […]
Do you like the layout of your Facebook homepage? What about its color scheme? Or that the news ticker sidebar is pissing you off? Do you hide the chat box for good? While Facebook is addictive, it can be annoying as well. Some of its feature like the news ticker, chat box etc. can be […]
Previously, when I tried out the TweakNow PowerPack, I though that it is the most comprehensive tweak application around. How wrong was I. It is only when I tried out Mz 7 Optimizier did I realize that it is more powerful than TweakNow. In short, Mz 7 Optimizer is a very sophisticated tweaking application for […]
While there are plenty of tweak applications out there for the Windows OS, the TweakNow PowerPack 2010 has got to be the most comprehensive tweak app that I have ever come across. Other than the simple tasks cleaning tool, it also allows you to configure plenty of internal settings which would otherwise require you to […]
Think you know your Windows well? Wait till you have tried out Ultimate Windows Tweaker, then you will know how much more things that you never know exist can now be tweaked and configured. Ultimate Windows Tweaker is a freeware Tweak UI Utility for tweaking and optimizing Windows Vista and 7, 32-bit & 64-bit. There […]