Monthly Archives: February 2013
Not with ctrl-alt-backspace, use alt-prtsc-k now. from: [SOLVED] Enable — – Ubuntu Forums.
Keep Your Browser Profiles In tmpfs (RAM) For Reduced Disk Writes And Increased Performance With Profile Sync Daemon ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
Profile Sync Daemon is a tool to move the web browser profile to RAM, using tmpfs, which has the advantage of reducing disk writes (useful for SSDs, some would say), increased speed and responsiveness. via Keep Your Browser Profiles In … Continue reading
This provides tree-style tab bar, like a folder tree of Windows Explorer. New tabs opened from links (or etc.) are automatically attached to the parent tab. If you often use many many tabs, it will help your web browsing because … Continue reading
Meet Synapse – the super fast new GNOME Do replacement | OMG! Ubuntu!. For some reason, gnome-do sometimes won’t start automatically, that and the fact it was written in mono, I’m giving synapse a go… Don’t worry about adding the … Continue reading