Dippi – Tells if the Laptop/External Monitor Best Choice (HiDPI or LoDPI)

Going to buy a new monitor or laptop, or want to calculate whether it’s a HiDPI display? Here’s a handy app can help! I previously thought that 4K and 8K displays are HiDPI, but 720p that I’m being using is LoDPI. It’s 100% wrong! HiDPI, stands for High Dots Per Inch, also known by Apple’s… Continue reading Dippi – Tells if the Laptop/External Monitor Best Choice (HiDPI or LoDPI)

This Tool Adds More Display Scaling Levels for Ubuntu Gnome on X

As you may know, Gnome control center (aka settings) has “Fractional Scaling” option since Ubuntu 20.04, allows to change scaling level for HiDPI displays. By default, user may scale up to 125%, 150%, 175% and 200% to make Ubuntu (or other GNOME based Linux, such as Fedora) to be read easily. In this tutorial, I’m… Continue reading This Tool Adds More Display Scaling Levels for Ubuntu Gnome on X

Install MDM display manager on Ubuntu 13.10

MDM is the default display manager for Linux Mint. It beautifies Ubuntu’s default boring Login Screen and make it easy to change themes. To install MDM on Ubuntu 13.10, press Ctrl+Alt+T to open terminal, then follow the below steps: 1.) Add the stable ppa by running this command in terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gwendal-lebihan-dev/cinnamon-stable 2.) Update… Continue reading Install MDM display manager on Ubuntu 13.10

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