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Ubuntu’s Unity desktop is a change of pace, whether you’re coming from Windows or another Linux distribution with a more traditional interface. Unity has its own way of doing things, including powerful keyboard shortcuts.

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Our first edition of WIG for May is filled with news links covering topics such as the FBI says they need wiretap-ready websites now, Internet Explorer continues to rebound in the browser market, Mozilla plans to auto-upgrade Firefox 3.6 users to version 12, and more.

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There are ways to run a screen capture utility – or any other program – from the welcome screen. Windows doesn’t make this easy, but it’s possible. The logon screen runs on the Winlogon desktop, an isolated Windows desktop.

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So, you bought yourself a new 2 TB hard drive thinking, “I’ll never use this much space.” Well, think again. It’s amazing how fast photos, videos, music, and other files start to use up any hard drive space we have.

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Whether you are looking for something minimal, functional, or just unique, a gridded or block area background can be the perfect accessory for your desktop. Make your desktop focused and more productive with our Grids and Block Areas Wallpaper collection.

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GNOME Shell has been criticized for lacking many familiar features found in GNOME 2, but you can add them yourself with extensions. If you’ve installed GNOME Shell and didn’t like it, don’t write it off until you try some extensions.

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