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Upgrade Ubuntu 14.04 to 14.10 Utopic Unicorn

Ubuntu 14.10, code named Utopic Unicorn, was released recently on 23rd October, 2014 for download from Canonical. According to the developer’s website, this release provide more security for desktop users and more flexibility and scalability in terms of server and cloud applications. All the applications that came bundled with Ubuntu have been updated to provide more… Read More »

Install Android apps on Ubuntu

  In recent years, Android has become a household name, gaining huge popularity primarily because of the huge range of applications available on it’s market. Coupled with the recent advancements, giving it the ability to run virtually on any device via simple tweaks and modifications, Android is here to stay for a long time. Recently,… Read More »

Customize GRUB2 in Ubuntu

GNU GRUB is a bootloader, capable of loading various operating systems when the system starts up. GRUB stands for GRand Unified Bootloader. It is the successor to LILO (LInux LOader), the original bootloader for Linux-based proprietary Operating Systems. GRUB has the following advantages over LILO: GRUB support unlimited no of boot selections, while LILO supports… Read More »

Top priority things after installing Ubuntu

With the growing popularity of Ubuntu and it’s incredibly easy to use interface, more and more users are giving it a try as a secondary OS. But the problems really occurs when they have finished installing and don’t know exactly what to do after it. There are indeed certain things which must be done after… Read More »