This Extension Can Save & Restore All Open App Windows in Ubuntu 22.04

I don’t remember when’s the last time auto-save session feature works correctly in my Ubuntu machine. While, enabling hibernation could be the best choice now to save and restore all open app windows in Ubuntu. But for those who really like the auto-save session feature, here’s an Gnome Shell extension can do the job partially.… Continue reading This Extension Can Save & Restore All Open App Windows in Ubuntu 22.04

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How to Disable Welcome Screen (First Login Dialog) in Ubuntu 22.04

When first time logging in a user account, it always pop-up a welcome dialog to setup online account, livepath, privacy, etc in Ubuntu. It’s quite annoying if you create new user accounts regularly, since all options in that dialog are also available in system settings. In this case, you can follow this tutorial to disable… Continue reading How to Disable Welcome Screen (First Login Dialog) in Ubuntu 22.04

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Try out GNOME’s New Window Focus Animation in Ubuntu 22.10/Fedora 37

Gnome, the default desktop environment in Ubuntu & Fedora Workstation, is going to replace the app menu with a new window animation, for indicating window focus. Meaning it will remove the app menu for current window, in the top-bar beside ‘Activities’ button. Because, it’s always confusing users who are new to GNOME. Instead, when switching… Continue reading Try out GNOME’s New Window Focus Animation in Ubuntu 22.10/Fedora 37

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Put single task/goal or Jot Something Down in Top-bar in Ubuntu 22.04

Have an important task to do in next few hours, or you have to write something down hurriedly? Here an extension allows to write one thing into the top-bar in Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux with GNOME Desktop. It’s ‘One Thing‘, a gnome shell extension allows to write any word into top panel, to remind… Continue reading Put single task/goal or Jot Something Down in Top-bar in Ubuntu 22.04

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This Extension Tells Your App Startup Time in Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

Want to measure your application launch time in Linux? There’s an extension can do the job for GNOME desktop. Meaning Ubuntu, Fedora workstation, and other Linux with GNOME desktop can easily tell how much time it takes for launching an application, which is useful for benchmark and/or software developing purpose. With the extension enabled, every… Continue reading This Extension Tells Your App Startup Time in Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

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