This Tool Allows to Customize Ubuntu 22.04 GNOME Desktop with Advanced Settings

Want to configure the top-bar, dock, overview and other Gnome shell components with more settings? Shell Configurator is now updated with GNOME 41 & 42 support. It’s an extension for add, remove, configure, and customize GNOME Shell with advanced settings. With it, you can: Select login into blank desktop, overview or app grid. Hide or… Continue reading This Tool Allows to Customize Ubuntu 22.04 GNOME Desktop with Advanced Settings

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How to Enable Top Panel on Multiple Monitors in Ubuntu 22.04

Have your Ubuntu PC connected with multiple monitors? Here’s how to enable the top bar in all the displays. In Ubuntu 22.04, you may easily enable the left Dock in all displays via System Settings ->Appearance -> Dock -> show on ‘All Displays’. However, due to GNOME’s design issue, the top panel only appears in… Continue reading How to Enable Top Panel on Multiple Monitors in Ubuntu 22.04

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How to Disable Lock Screen App Notifications in Ubuntu 22.04 / Fedora

Some applications display notifications in the lock screen, which could be quite annoying! If you want, you can disable all of them or certain app notifications easily via Gnome Control Center. 1.) Firstly, go to the top-right corner system menu. Then click on “Settings” to open system settings utility, which is also known as gnome… Continue reading How to Disable Lock Screen App Notifications in Ubuntu 22.04 / Fedora

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Vitals – Display CPU Temperature, Fan Speed, Memory Usage in Ubuntu Panel

Want to display your computer’s temperature, voltage, fan speed, memory usage, and other system resources usage in top panel? Vitals is a good choice for Ubuntu, Fedora Workstation, and other Linux with GNOME desktop. It’s a Gnome Shell extension that can display following information on your system tray area: CPU core temerature. Voltage. Fan speed.… Continue reading Vitals – Display CPU Temperature, Fan Speed, Memory Usage in Ubuntu Panel

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How to Hide Lock Screen option from System Menu in Ubuntu 22.04

Want to hide the lock screen option from the upper-right corner system menu? Here’s how to do the trick in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. For Ubuntu, Fedora and other Linux with GNOME desktop, the screen lock can be disabled either totally or only from the system menu. Method 1: Single command to disable lock screen GNOME… Continue reading How to Hide Lock Screen option from System Menu in Ubuntu 22.04

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