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I Found The Solution. I tried several ways to fix this problem and when i rebooted my system i saw my ubuntu is working safely. i think the solution is this: 1-open unity-tweak-tool(if it's installed). 2-open all pages and tabs and click restore to default in all of them. 3-reboot your system. please write your feedback because i'm not sure.
It's an "Application indicator": Application indicators provide a simple and effective API to provide an application icon in the notification area in the top-right part of the screen, and provide simple, accessible, and complete access to key parts of your application. With bindings for C, Python, and Mono, you can integrate your app into the ...
Right-click on K, then go to "settings for K-Menu" and then check "sort by name"
Right-click on K, then Edit Applications, then expand the submenu of interest. Now (here's the nonobvious part) widen the window to show all the possible actions, one of which is Sort (with various kinds of sorting). If you don't widen the window you'll never see the Sort action.
To "disable" mnemonics for Nautilus 3.10.1 on Ubuntu 14.04 which uses GTK3: Create the following path & file if it doesn't already exist. /home/YOURUSERNAME/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini Then add: [Settings] gtk-enable-mnemonics = 0 Then logout and log back in. Sources: * https://mail.gnome.org/archives/gtk-list/2011-March/msg00108.html * ...
It's Remmina Remote Desktop Client. Although I don't think it is the culprit for the freezing, you can stop it from being launched at initialization by running on a terminal: rm ~/.config/autostart/remmina-applet.desktop
On the contrary, up to a certain point of slowness, the older the laptop is, the more likely it is to be compatible with Ubuntu. I'm not sure what is causing your difficulty, but I have a trick which should make it tolerable until such time as a solution is found. I had a similar problem on a gateway and I discovered I could refresh the GUI desktop by ...
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