You can uninstall most of the built-in apps — even ones that don’t normally offer an “Uninstall” option — with a PowerShell cmdlet.
This week, I installed Arch Linux on a brand new Toshiba C75D-B7200 laptop. It features an AMD A6-6310 APU, which I needed the Catalyst drivers for on Arch for two reasons. Too many OpenGL errors with the open source driver on Steam. Absent any real configuration tools to adjust
While waiting for Xfce 4.12 to be developed and released, many users have taken to installing development version 4.11 on Linux. Even Xubuntu installs with 4.11 right out of the box. Xfce 4.12 was slated for release as of April 2013, but that time has come and gone.
Until yesterday, I had Xubuntu on my laptop, and I’m thinking about ditching Xubuntu on the desktop as well. Ubuntu isn’t bad, but I’ve wanting to use something that’s a bit more streamlined, which is why I installed Manjaro.
I run Xubuntu 14.04, an XFCE distributions of Ubuntu, on my laptop, and Docky failed to restart after suspending my session. This happens on some distributions including Ubuntu 14.04.