Gtk Gtk is the FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) of Linux GUI development. It is being developed by GNOME foundation to be cross platform. Its latest release is Gtk4 with GPU acceleration and too many features and advantages over the previous release (Gtk3+). GNOME desktop environment and Elementary OS use Gtk4 and Gtk3. Pop! OS started migrating from Gtk3 to Gtk4 with Rust programming language. Qt Qt is a cross platform proprietary framework which works on desktop and mobile.
Just open the Terminal app, and copy-paste this command and click ENTER. sudo apt install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:philip.scott/elementary-tweaks sudo apt install elementary-tweaks then go to System Settings > Tweaks > Layout > Windows. That’s it. We’re done. What is going on ? Elementary OS team thinks the minimize button is not a needed feature as it makes you have too many opened and minimized apps. Elementary OS team thinks that makes your computer cleaner and performs better.
Using dd needs a geek or a developer! if you want to use graphical tools instead, use rufus, popsicle or ventoy. If you sure you want to use dd, here is the step by step guide. First, identify your USB stick (a.k.a USB drive) on your system using this command sudo fdisk –l. The USB stick in my case is /dev/sdb as you can see in the picture. So let’s unmount it via this command umount /dev/sdb*.
Popsicle is a tool made by Pop! OS team. It is a simple tool to create bootable USB drive/stick. It is pre-installed on Pop! OS Linux distribution. Popsicle details in brief Features Value Open source Yes, on Github Free (of charge) Yes Programming language Rust can create a bootable Linux disro Yes can create a bootable Windows No Multilanguage (spoken languages) Yes English (the universal language) Yes uptodate yes, updated 3 days ago How to use Popsicle to create bootable USB sticks ?
You can use final cut pro x or iMovie on Mac OS, or Camtasia Studio or Adobe Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve on Windows, or DaVinci Resolve or Blender or Kdenlive or ShotCut on Any Linux distro. But I prefer command line tools. Install mkvtoolsnix or use HomeBrew to install it : brew install --with-qt5 mkvtoolnix. Use mkvinfo to get the audio track IDs that you want. command like this mkvinfo *.
show battery percentage Here is the steps to show battery percentage. open the settings app select the power section switch on the toggle of the power percentage install a file preview tool If you used MacOS or ChromeOS, you know the ‘quick look’ preview app. This app show an interactive preview of a file, when you press spacebar. It is a good feature / app. You can use GNOME sushi as a file preview tool on Ubuntu Linux.
I tried too many Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Elementary OS, Linux Mint, Manjaro, Clear Linux OS, Endeavor OS, Fedora, Debian, Deepin, Peppermint os, Pop! OS, Parrot OS, Kali linux, Void Linux, Gentoo, MX Linux, Zorin OS and CentOS. I was a distrohopper! After all those experiments and daily usage of different distros (short for distributions) with different desktop environments and package managers. I come to a point of view.
Cutefish is an Arch-based Linux distribution which focuses on UI / UX. It is almost a Mac OS-clone (a.k.a Mac OS inspired). The desktop has the top bar with a global menu, and the bottom dock. It is Manjaro cutefish. If you want to check this Linux distribution, here is their official website.
ElementaryOS is a modern looking Linux distro. It is built on Ubuntu, a.k.a “based on Ubuntu”. Elementary focus on user experience and developers community. Elementary OS is focusing on the areas of problems which prevent Linux from being the common desktop operating system. Elementary tries to fix this bottleneck. Let’s discuss those things / ideas. Pay-what-you-want AppCenter Creating opensouce applications for Linux is not profitable at all. That’s a problem. Nobody will dedicate time and effort to create a free and opensource software.
Ubuntu is the defacto standard of Linux distributions. I love Ubuntu with GNOME desktop environment. Ubuntu Look Ubuntu has a unique look. I can differentiate it by the brownish color of desktop UI, and the left long panel. I really think that putting the apps panel on the left is the best position as we need the vertical space more than the horizontal space. Stable & Reliable Ubuntu is based on Debian.