Toggle Conservation Mode for Lenovo IdeaPad in Ubuntu 22.04

Running Ubuntu 22.04 or Fedora 36 on a Lenovo IdeaPad laptop? It’s super easy to turn on/off the conservation mode. Conservation Mode is a feature of Lenovo IdeaPad to prolong life of the battery. It’s targeted for those who plug-in ac power. With the mode enabled, the battery will only charge to 55-60%. For the… Continue reading Toggle Conservation Mode for Lenovo IdeaPad in Ubuntu 22.04

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Raider – Stupid Simple App to Shred Files in Linux Desktop

Looking for a file shredder app for Linux? Raider is the one with a stupid simple user interface. There are already a few good ways to securely delete files in Ubuntu Linux, such as BleachBit and Nautilus wipe extension. But for a large list of files or those do shred files frequently, this app could… Continue reading Raider – Stupid Simple App to Shred Files in Linux Desktop

Krita Lime PPA Abandoned! Here’re other choices to install it in Ubuntu

For users of Krita digital painting software, there’s a bad news that the Krita Lime PPA is abandoned. The repository page is even removed! Krita Lime PPA was the ‘official’ (definitely not, but maintained by volunteer) package source in Krita’s website until the app switching to AppImage. It maintained the most recent packages for Ubuntu… Continue reading Krita Lime PPA Abandoned! Here’re other choices to install it in Ubuntu

The First Point Release, Ubuntu 22.04.1 is Available to Download

The first point release of Ubuntu 22.04 is finally out! Users of Ubuntu 20.04 will receive notification to upgrade to the new LTS. For users who are still running Ubuntu 20.04, the new LTS features Linux Kernel 5.15, GNOME 42 desktop with built-in 3-finger gestures, new screenshot UI, horizontal workspace view, and RDP remote desktop… Continue reading The First Point Release, Ubuntu 22.04.1 is Available to Download

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How to Make Your Apps Start in Specified Workspace in Ubuntu 22.04

When you try to open an application in Ubuntu, Fedora or other Linux with GNOME, it’s possible to specify in which desktop workspace the app window should start! Most operating systems today have multiple desktops to organize unrelated ongoing projects. In Ubuntu Linux, we usually called them “workspaces”. For most common used applications, user may… Continue reading How to Make Your Apps Start in Specified Workspace in Ubuntu 22.04

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