So you are thinking of using Ubuntu? Or perhaps you have already started using Ubuntu?
But you do not know how to use Ubuntu or what to do after installing Ubuntu. Don’t worry, every beginner faces more or less the same issues.
This is the reason why I have collected some of the best guides that will teach you a number of things about Ubuntu. You’ll learn to do basic stuff in Ubuntu, learn how to customize, install software, use a few commands and do some common troubleshoots.
I hope that this page helps you in using Ubuntu in a better and effective way.
Prepare Ubuntu Installation
The first thing you need to know is which Ubuntu you should be using and once you decide that, you can go on with installing Ubuntu.
Learn to do some basic stuff in Ubuntu
Once you have installed Ubuntu, it is time to learn a few things so that you can use Ubuntu smoothely.
Best Ubuntu softwares for all your needs
Video editor, music player, photo management. Ubuntu has no dearth of software. You can get software for all your needs.
Customize Ubuntu desktop
Customization is one of the strongest points of Linux. You can virtually change all the aspects of your desktop. Here are a few of things you can do change the way your Ubuntu desktop looks.
Troubleshooting common issues
No operating system is perfect. Ubuntu is not an exception. You might encounter a few issues that are common to Ubuntu. Good thing is that you can fix these issues easily.
Stay connected with Windows
I understand if you cannot ditch Microsoft Windows completely. No worries. Here are a few things you can do with Windows in Ubuntu.
Performance improvement tips
Here are a few tips to get more out of your Ubuntu. Improve battery life, reduce overheating and speed-up your system.
Learn the commands for application packagae management
This is not necessary as you can manage software via GUI tool. But if you like to use the command line, these are some of the guides you should read for a deeper understanding of how these commands work.
Learn more about Linux
You installed Ubuntu. You might have learned to find your way around it, managing software, changing desktop etc. What next?
If you want to learn more about Linux, its file structure, command line, shell script etc, here are some Linux learning resources.