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How To Make Ubuntu Linux Look Like Windows 7

How To Make Ubuntu Linux Look Like Windows 7
Windows 8 seems to be giving a hard choice for Windows 7 users, as it sports a completely new tile-based interface. Windows 7 users have to choose whether to learn Windows 8 Metro UI or switch to Linux operating systems instead, which offer better options for customizing. Windows 8 may take some time getting used to while getting used to Ubuntu Linux will only take half that time. It is possible to customize the appearance of Ubuntu Linux to resemble...
Filed in: Linux, Microsoft
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Gmail Account Backup In Ubuntu Linux PC

Gmail Account Backup In Ubuntu Linux PC
Windows operating system offers various applications, like Thunderbird, that you can use to backup your Gmail account. Linux operating systems also support Thunderbird which users can use for backing up their email accounts. However, there is a better alternative known as Getmail. Getmail is compatible with all Linux versions. It stores the gmail account backup in one mbox file. Ubuntu Linux users can use Getmail by installing it from the Ubuntu...
Filed in: Linux, Social Media
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Linux Boot Process

Linux Boot Process
When we press the power button of computer which has Linux Operating system, and after few minutes Linux Login prompt comes. We wonder that how it happens behind the screen. Let’s simplify Linux OS Booting process.   1)    BIOS – Basic Input Output System       Checks system integrity       Looks for boot loader program at cdrom / flopy / harddisk       Have a facility to change booting parameter via F12/Del/F2 as per the...
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Run Windows In Ubuntu Using VMware Player

Run Windows In Ubuntu Using VMware Player
Microsoft’s Windows is the most widely used operating system. Linux operating systems are popular rivals of MS Windows. The main advantage of Linux systems is that it is less prone to virus attack and is more safe to use. A popular demand for Linux users has been on using Windows applications in Linux. This requires the use of a third party application. The application known as VMware Player can be used to run Windows applications in Ubuntu Linux....
Filed in: Linux, Microsoft

A Curtain Raiser To Ubuntu Linux Smartphones

A Curtain Raiser To Ubuntu Linux Smartphones
A small team of developers from Debian, one of the most established Linux projects, created a Linux desktop called Ubuntu, available to all totally free of cost, with its first release in 2004. Canonical, the Ubuntu services provider which funds the OS through the company’s portfolio of services has announced a smartphone interface for the OS. This announces their intentions to get into the phone arena apart from PCs and television. Ubuntu is available...
Filed in: Linux, Mobile
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