Mac osx and Ubuntu have the same type of bar at the top of the screen. What I mean is that it is dynamic, when you launch an application, you can reach its setting by using that top bar, file view and ...
Possible Duplicate: How do I install Ubuntu? What's the right terminology for Unity's UI elements? I am trying to install Ubuntu 12.04.1 through a usb stick following the ...
Possible Duplicate: What’s the right terminology for Unity’s UI elements? Just for reference for those who haven't installed Unity yet - what is the difference between these elements? ...
What are your tips for improving overall system performance on ubuntu? Inspired by this question I realized that some default settings may be rather conservative on Ubuntu and that it's possible to ...
In Unity, are there any pre-defined shortcuts, e.g. to open the dash or unhide the launcher?
The status bar (by default) at the top of your screen with the icons OFF to the right, date, user name and other computer options. How can I make that bar transparent, like it is when dash activated ...
Unity in 10.10 appeared to be focused around single monitor configurations with a single tasking workflow. This works quite well on a netbook which has limited screen real estate. How does the ...
We have the new Unity shell in Ubuntu, what are the fun new stuff we need to know or look forward to?
Is there any end user documentation for the Unity launcher? Failing that, is there at least something as tips&tricks or reference materials (for example, a list of available keyboard shortcuts, ...
I was looking for this for a long time but I couldn't find anything. Please tell me how to change the color of Unity's menu bar if it is possible. Not the left panel (launcher), I mean the panel on ...
First Unity was developed for Netbooks. But the Netbook Market is shrinking. Unity is not specialized for tablet pcs like Android 3, but it may work well with some specialized Apps for those devices. ...
I'm brand new to Ubuntu looking to install it on a flash drive to co-exist with Windows 7 on a Dell Inspirion computer. I've down loaded Ubuntu and the next step I need to take is to "Open the dash ...
Is it possible to put a shortcut to a file (like a application launcher but opens a file instead of launching a program) in the Unity launcher, and if so, how?
It does on gnome shell and cinnamon (linux mint). Why not in unity?