Unity

Get A Bit Of Unity On Android With This Beta Launcher

Get A Bit Of Unity On Android With This Beta Launcher

  Is Unity for your laptop not enough? Do you want classic GNOME 2 on your phone? Two launchers for Android currently working through beta phase are available in Google’s Play Store and both let you skin your device to look and feel like an Ubuntu desktop. Ubuntu Launcher is the simpler of the two and consists of a single home screen, complete with Ubuntu 12.04′s default purple ... »

Unity Tweak Tool – A Great Way To Customise Your Ubuntu Desktop

Unity Tweak Tool – A Great Way To Customise Your Ubuntu Desktop

Unity is a fantastic User Interface (UI) that is used by millions of people all over the world, including yours truly. But whilst is doesn’t offer as much customisation as other UI’s like Gnome 2, you still can make Unity look and feel the way you want it to, and that’s where the Unity Tweak Tool comes in. Sure this kind of application isn’t anything new, with alternative... »

Cinnamon Vs Unity

Cinnamon Vs Unity

All my systems at home are running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the standard Unity interface. Linux Mint 13 was recently released along with the Cinnamon interface. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about Cinnamon but I haven’t tried it since it was in Beta. So I thought I would put it on my laptop and take it for a test drive. This article will explain my findings and what I personally ... »

Window-List Application Indicator

Some people love Unity, others hate it. Personally I’m in the lovers camp, but one thing that I do miss at times is having a list of all current open windows available to me. I know that you have the Unity Launcher that tells you which applications are open by the use of white triangular markers by the Launcher icons. But this doesn’t always work as well as I would like it to – e... »