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Remove undesired search results By default, the Dash displays Unity lens, scopes, Amazon online search results, and records file and application usage. You can disable some of them via below tips: Disable online search results: Launch System Settings and go to Security & Privacy, under “Search” tab turn off the switch which says “When searching in ...


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if you reroot your laptop,which might be the exact reason of computer slow down.but actually there are many other factors that can generate the issue. There are 8 Logical Factors+3 Hardware Issues That Can Slow down Your Computer 1: Your Computer Has Been Running for a Long Time without a Reboot(You have done,the can't solve your computer slow down) 2: ...


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There is a setting in the Search tab inside All Settings/Privacy called Include online search results. This setting used to be ON by default and this is the setting the articles are referring to. Now it's OFF by default but even if it isn't, you can turn it OFF yourself whenever you like.


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tracker-preferences will probably let you see/tweak/do what you want. If it's not installed, sudo apt install tracker-preferences run 'tracker-preferences' from the command line or search applications for "Search and Indexing".


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The find command is slow, use this command will give you result immediately: locate "/etc/*.conf" More info about locate command (in mlocate package) can be found here: http://goo.gl/5K56OT


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I know this isn't exactly what you are looking for, however, you can run the following command: gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences enable-interactive-search false Now, you should be able to open Nautilus or Files and you will be able to search the current directory recursively just by typing stuff. So if you were to type "luka" with the file ...


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As first, your command for moving something to your current working directory should have been: mv ~/file.txt "$(pwd)" or mv ~/file.txt "$PWD" You can search for your file by using the find command (sudo is necessary for searching the whole computer): sudo find / -name "file.txt" Advice if you're not sure if your command is working like it should ...


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This can be achieved with an altered version of the script which can be found here. #! /bin/sh find /etc/apt/ -name '*.list' | while read -r apt do grep -o "^deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/[a-z0-9\-]\+/[a-z0-9\-]\+" "$apt" | while read entry ; do user=$(echo "$entry" | cut -d/ -f4) ppa=$(echo "$entry" | cut -d/ -f5) ...


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Go to: Settings | Search | Contacts | OFF


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Yes, once you disable it in the settings it clears the cache specifically for the Activities Overview search, once you have re-enabled it you will need to wait a while for it to re-index all your files and folders etc.



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