If you have recently taken the plunge and replaced Microsoft Windows with Linux, you are probably marveling at the increase in your computer’s speed and appreciating the fact that you don’t have to run an anti-virus program. For sure, Linux offers plenty of advantages over Windows.
One advantage it has never offered however is a simple way to tweak your Linux installation to your liking. You can easily use Google to find command line tweaks for most anything that you can think of, but wouldn’t it be nice to have a GUI system tweaker that uses the mouse instead of the keyboard and command line?
Well, if you’re running the “Ubuntu” flavor of Linux you can now download a very good one, for free.
Ubuntu Tweak is a free download that lets you easily and quickly make changes to dozens of system settings as well as alter your startup programs. But it doesn’t stop there. This indispensable program also greatly simplifies the process of installing a host of popular software packages and puts a number of system maintenance utilities right at the tip of your mouse pointer!
I really like Ubuntu Tweak a lot, and I believe you will too. Click here to download it right now and give it a try.
And by the way, if you have just switched from either Windows or Mac OS to Ubuntu, a great Kindle e-book called Ubuntu Painlessly will help make the transition as easy as possible. Click here (#ad) to check it out at Amazon.