After spending a week using PCLinuxOS I can say that this is definitely a distributions to rival all others. PCLinuxOS is maintained by the staff and volunteers of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. When you grab yourself…
The Gnome team always puts a strong emphasis on optimization and efficiency so be sure to take advantage of all of the available features. The Gnome desktop offers many ways to prevent your desktop from becoming cluttered, but here we will try to focus on Gnome workspaces.
If you have too many windows open you can simply move them to another workspace rather than minimizing, or closing them.
Here you can learn the basics of the Rhythmbox Music Player. Rhythmbox is a fairly simple program to use and comes default with Ubuntu and several other versions of Linux.
This program is very similar to iTunes for Windows which you may be familiar with. Rhythmbox does include playlist support, streaming audio, and efficient iPod integration.
The Gnome desktop uses a variety of components to make the entire desktop function. Many of these components can be installed individually, even on other desktop environments.
To truly understand the Gnome desktop is actually a difficult task. There are several components that are almost never used, and many that are basically irreplaceable.
The Gnome desktop environment is easy to install, and several helpful tools are also included. Linux users can install the Gnome desktop on almost all of the popular distributions.
Below you will find a few tips for installing this excellent distribution with all of the fun Gnome additions on a few of the most popular distributions available. Be sure to look around if you want to see exactly what is included with the Gnome desktop environment.