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Ubuntu Tweak

Ubuntu Tweak

Ubuntu Tweak is an application designed to let everyone configure Ubuntu with the minimum of fuss and bother.

This software provides many useful desktop and software options that cannot easily be configured in the default desktop environment.

Currently, Ubuntu Tweak is only designed for Ubuntu, and often follows the newest Ubuntu release.

 Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.7

Price
Free to download

Size
0.5MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
TualatriX

Website
ubuntu-tweak.com

System Requirements
Ubuntu

Support Sites:
Ubuntu Tweak Screen Cast, Twitter

Selected Reviews:
SoftpediaLinux.com, ReviewSaurus, Softpedia

Features include:

  • View of Basic System Information (Distribution, Kernel, CPU, Memory, etc.)
  • GNOME Session Control
  • Auto Start Program Control
  • Quick install common used applications
  • A lot of third-party sources to keep application up-to-date
  • Remove unneeded packages or cache to free disk space
  • Show/Hide and Change Splash screen
  • Show/Hide desktop icons or Mounted Volumes
  • Show/Hide/Rename Computer, Home, Trash icon or Network icon
  • Tweak Metacity Window Managerís Style and Behavior
  • Compiz Fusion settings, Screen Edge Settings, Window Effects Settings, Menu Effect Settings
  • Set the Shortcuts to let qucikly access your favourite applications
  • GNOME Panel Settings
  • Nautilus Settings
  • Advanced Power Management Settings
  • System Security Settings

Ubuntu Tweak features in our 'Linux Equivalents to Windows Software' section. The category chooser below allows you to focus on different types of software included in that section.

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