By default, Ubuntu 11.10 uses the Unity desktop. If you don’t like Unity, you can go back to the Classic Gnome Desktop from previous versions of Ubuntu, but it’s not included by default and has to be installed.
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Mac: If you’re searching for an OpenVPN GUI for your Mac, Tunnelblick is a robust OpenVPN tool that comes packed with all the binaries and drivers you need to get started with OpenVPN.
After a long week at work something fun and light-hearted is the perfect way to relax for a few minutes. In this week’s game your mission is to successfully release the purple balloons while destroying red balloons, avoiding cacti, and more. Can you figure out the correct sequence or will your dreams of success burst?
Gmail isn’t just a typical webmail system — it’s a full-fledged email client that can consolidate all your email addresses in one place. Get all your emails in a single Gmail inbox and send emails from any address.
Once a week we round up some great tips from the HTG Tips Box and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at recording Skype calls, grabbing MP3s from YouTube videos, and how to properly clean a camera lens.
The Templar is ready to engage the Ogre in battle, but the Ogre has a surprise in store for him. Will the Templar play along with the Ogre’s true nerd love of the matching game or will he choose a different course of action?
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The Nautilus file manager in Linux Mint allows you to browse all the files on your system, but it only allows you to write files in your home directory (e.g., /home/lori) and its subfolders, such as Documents and Desktop.
If you’re looking for smooth, even, studio lighting of small objects–like items you want to list on eBay–this inexpensive laundry-hamper hack yields a light tent for a mere $5.
At How-To Geek, we’ve written extensively about how it’s impossible to “enhance” images and reclaim detail that is lost or isn’t there to begin with. Are we changing our tune? Nope, there’s nothing magical about these tips, except for the improved results you’ll get when you improve your own low resolution images. Keep reading and give it a shot!