How to Shorten Dock Panel & Move ‘Show Applications’ to Top in Ubuntu 21.10

After installed the new Ubuntu 21.10, one of the top things to do is tweaking the left dock panel. Via “System Settings -> Appearance”, you may change the panel position to bottom, adjust icon size, and enable auto-hide. However, the 9 dots ‘Show Applications’ icon sticks to the bottom which is not movable. Move ‘Show… Continue reading How to Shorten Dock Panel & Move ‘Show Applications’ to Top in Ubuntu 21.10

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Choose Audio Devices in Ubuntu System Tray Menu via Extension

For laptop and desktop PC with more than one audio input and output devices, it’s possible to switch between audio devices quickly with upper right corner system tray menu. It’s a common situation that users have more than one audio devices connected to the computer. GNOME, the default Ubuntu Desktop Environment, provides Sound settings to… Continue reading Choose Audio Devices in Ubuntu System Tray Menu via Extension

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GNOME 41 Released! New Remote Desktop App, Multitasking & Mobile Network Settings

After half a year of development, the GNOME project announced version 41 of its popular Linux desktop environment. GNOME 41 comes with some exciting new features. The upper right corner system tray menu now includes option to make it easy to switch Power Mode between “Balanced” and “Power Saver”. It’s said that “Performance mode” is… Continue reading GNOME 41 Released! New Remote Desktop App, Multitasking & Mobile Network Settings

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This Extension Always Hide GNOME Top Bar (Except in Overview) in Ubuntu

For PC / notebook has a small display, it’s possible to hide the top panel in GNOME desktop to get more spaces and/or focus on your work. There’s a ‘Hide Top Bar‘ extension that enables ability to auto-hide the top bar, just like the left dock does. However, in this tutorial I’m going to introduce… Continue reading This Extension Always Hide GNOME Top Bar (Except in Overview) in Ubuntu

Replace ‘Activities’ with System Logo Menu in Gnome (Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS)

For users switching from macOS, there’s a GNOME Extension to replace the top-left corner ‘Activities‘ with system logo menu. So the top-left corner will display your selected logo icon instead of the ‘Activities’ button. When you click on it, a drop-down menu opens with options to quick access: About system page. System Settings. Software Center.… Continue reading Replace ‘Activities’ with System Logo Menu in Gnome (Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS)

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