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OS-Prober is probably the problem. Check out this thread for details on it: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1996195
Shift+F10 worked in my case. I guess the need of Fn depends on the keyboard you are using. P.S. I used this combination on a file in Nautilus (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).
Using the window manager, as recommended by @xangua, is always a good option. But if you are looking for a way to specifically keep your PDF documents grouped together and easily switch between them you could try out one of the tabbed PDF apps recommended in this Q&A. My personal favorite would be qpdfview, a highly customizable and lighting-fast PDF ...
OK. Without knowing the details, I'd suggest that you try the procedure in these answers in the first instance. The first one shows you how to back up your files before reinstalling Ubuntu. (The answers are written for 12.04, but the procedure in 14.04 is essentially the same.) If there's no option to automatically reinstall Ubuntu alongside Windows 8, you ...
Thanks for trying Ubuntu. :) There's a lot to deal with here, so it's probably best to start with the fundamentals. Questions 1 and 2 make me suspect that the installation didn't go quite right. You're laptop uses integrated Intel graphics, which are well-supported in Linux, so it shouldn't be having issues with the resolution. Are you dual-booting with ...
You can try creating a .desktop file in /usr/share/applications (or ~/.local/share/applications, if only for one user) like explained here (works for other desktops too). To link this program to .asm files you first have to create a mimetype for .asm files. In order to do so you have to add/modify the line text/x-asm asm in ...
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