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[News] Ubuntu Tweak Has Nice New Release, New Site

  • Subject: [News] Ubuntu Tweak Has Nice New Release, New Site
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 01 Jan 2010 14:35:27 +0000
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Ubuntu Tweak Gets New User-based Website, New Release

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| Today should also see the release of Ubuntu 
| 0.5.0 which sports a slightly-rejigged 
| interface and several new features â not 
| least of which being the integration of UTCOM 
| application database.


Ubuntu Tweak 0.5: An Early Look

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| Ubuntu Tweak 0.5 will come with a redesigned 
| UI (but version 0.6 will suffer major UI 
| changes), XFCE specific features and most 
| importantly: the ability to fetch online 
| database to keep the ppplication information 
| up-to-date. That means that you will be able 
| to keep your applications and sources up-to-
| date without updating Ubuntu Tweak.



Ubuntu Tweak 0.6 UI Mock-Up Shows Future Plans

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| Users of the popular Ubuntu-tweaking
| application will see a subtle new interface in
| the next release â 0.5 â but the 0.6 version
| will mark the first radical UI departure since
| the applicationâs first release.



[Geek Review] Ubuntu Tweak: Useful and Easy

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| A new version of Ubuntu Tweak has just been released and continues to make
| tweaking easier for Ubuntu. Thanks to Ubuntu Tweak you donât have to hack
| deep into the terminal for making many useful changes to your Ubuntu setup.


Five Tweaks for Your New Ubuntu Desktop

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| With the recent release of the popular Linux distro Ubuntu's 8.10 version,
| code-named Intrepid Ibex, we've recently detailed some productive-minded
| Ubuntu Kung Fu, as well as a user-minded tour through 8.10. This morning,
| though, we're taking a more nuts-and-bolts look at changes you can make to
| your newly-installed system to make it faster, reliable, and more enjoyable
| from the inside out. Read on for five tweaks that any Ubuntu user (or Linux
| user in general) should consider making to get started on the right foot.

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