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have a look at the "Control Center" --> "Power Management" --> "General"! use the bullets to choose your preference! if it don't acts like expected you can install the "dconf Editor" (type in terminal: sudo apt-get install -y dconf-editor) and have a look at the section "org" - "mate" - "power-manager" - "icon-policy"... this also changes the behavior of ...
Please try running the command: sudo apt-get update One it is complete please restart your computer and everything should be working properly. Hope this helps!
Ubuntu MATE is still Ubuntu and uses the same packages and shares most system configurations. You can apply most tips and tweaks here as well. (Like installing ubuntu-restricted-extras, looking for proprietary drivers, updating the system, etc.) As for customizing the desktop appearance, look for Linux Mint MATE customizations tips. These tips are ...
The first thing to check is if the Rubbish Bin / Trash folder is full - if so, empty it. There are a few things you can do to find out what's using your disk space. Use the Gnome Partition Editor tool GParted check that the size of the partition is what you think it is. You can install it from Ubuntu Software Centre (search for "gparted") or from a ...
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