Ubuntu 22.04 Adds Apparent Options to Hide Mounted Drives / Trash from Dock

Boring with the external disk partitions, USB drive, as well as Trash icons displayed on the left panel (aka, Ubuntu Dock)? Ubuntu 22.04 now has the options in system settings to toggle display these icons. It’s not hard to do the tweaks in previous Ubuntu editions. Usually, we just need to run single command in… Continue reading Ubuntu 22.04 Adds Apparent Options to Hide Mounted Drives / Trash from Dock

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Dash-to-Plank – Plank Dock Integration in Ubuntu 20.04

Prefer Plank dock launcher? Dash-to-Plank is the GNOME Shell extension to integrate it in Ubuntu. Besides Dash-to-Dock and Dash-to-Panel, this is the third ‘Dash-to’ extension I’ve heard about. It’s Gnome Shell integration for Plank, the simplest dock on the planet. Why Plank? For me, the only reason to use Plank instead of Ubuntu Dock (Dash-to-Dock)… Continue reading Dash-to-Plank – Plank Dock Integration in Ubuntu 20.04

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How to Get Windows 7+ Style Single Bottom Panel in Ubuntu 18.04

This quick tutorial is for those who want to remove the top and left panel, instead use Microsoft Windows style a single bottom panel in Ubuntu 18.04 Gnome desktop. Without installing other desktop environments, e.g., Cinnamon and KDE, this can be done easily via Gnome shell extensions called dash to panel. Dash to panel combines… Continue reading How to Get Windows 7+ Style Single Bottom Panel in Ubuntu 18.04

Replace Left Panel with Mac OS Style Dock Launcher in Ubuntu 18.04

For those who want to change the look and feel of the left panel “Ubuntu Dock” in Ubuntu 18.04, Dash to Dock is a Gnome extension that replaces left panel with Mac OS style Dock application launcher. Dash to Dock is a popular Gnome extension that Ubuntu Dock (the default left panel) is forked from.… Continue reading Replace Left Panel with Mac OS Style Dock Launcher in Ubuntu 18.04

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