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.

Unity Tweak Tool

Sure this kind of application isn’t anything new, with alternatives like Ubuntu Tweak and MyUnity being a de-facto application on many techies lists of must have apps. Unity Tweak Tool does things slightly differently than the rest. You see, I have numerous applications like this on my machine in order to tweak all the little bits that I like to tweak, but Unity Tweak Tool seems to put everything you need into one nice usable and light package.

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What I really like is the fact you can not only tweak Unity but you can also tweak the system and the appearance all in one window. Also, as I briefly touched on before, it’s light. The installation is less than 1MB in size and uses very little system resources when running. You can read more about the announcement of Unity Tweak Tool here and you can install it by running the terminal commands below:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freyja-dev/unity-tweak-tool-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool

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