Ubuntu 18.10 with codename Cosmic Cuttlefish is now here and available for install. For those of you who are eager to check the latest Ubuntu version and for all newcomers to the Linux family, we have prepared few tips to help you get started with Ubuntu 18.10 and get what you may need to complete the setup of your desktop/laptop distro. The steps in this article are optional and you can choose which ones to use based on your personal preferences.. 1. Check for Updates If you have not chosen to install updates during installation of the OS it is recommended to run an update, to make sure you are running the latest version of the software. To do this, use the following keyboard combination Ctrl + Alt + T which will open new terminal in front of you. Next input the following command: $ sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade 2. Choose Your Favorite Browser Most of the time infront of our computers, we spent browsing different websites. Choosing the right web browser is essential … [Read more...] about 20 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’
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Below is our list of things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’. Covering the latest stable release, our list of ‘things’ to do after installing Ubuntu 18.10 is chock-full of handy tips and helpful pointers, all of which help you get more from your fresh Ubuntu install. Nothing below is compulsory, so feel free to pick and choose the steps that apply to you. We also enoucrage you to extend the list in the comment section with your own suggestions! Finally, if you find this post helpful, please do share it! 18 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.10 1. Learn About Ubuntu 18.10 Spoiler: Ubuntu 18.10 isn’t hugely different to the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release. If you’ve used it you’ll be familiar with the way Cosmic looks and the way it runs. Major changes are few and far between, and the standard Ubuntu desktop layout retained. That said Ubuntu 18.10 does feature a number of performance patches that make the … [Read more...] about 18 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’
The October 2018 Update (version 1809) is the second semi-annual feature update and the sixth major refresh for Windows 10 that introduces a new set of improvements and features around productivity, performance, and security, including the highly requested dark theme for File Explorer and new cloud clipboard. In addition, this release includes two new built-in apps, including Your Phone and Snip & Sketch. Microsoft Edge and Windows Security receive several improvements, and a lot more. Although this is another significant update designed to improve the overall experience, no every device is upgrading to the new version without stumbling into glitches, as many frustrated users have been reporting many problems with the update. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll highlight some of the complaints users are shouting with the October 2018 Update. Windows 10 October 2018 Update problems and complaints Here are some of the most important problems and complaints from users moving to the newest … [Read more...] about Windows 10 October 2018 Update biggest problems and complaints
Editorial By Daniel Eran Dilger Monday, October 08, 2018, 10:47 am PT (01:47 pm ET) Since iPad launched in 2010, International Data Corporation has dutifully crafted various media narratives that belittled as it as a toy, dismissed it as merely a "media consumption" device in a world that needed Windows, and disparaged it as inconsequential in a vast sea of cheap Android tablets (some of which were literally children's toys). But they were wrong, here's why. iPad is rising in a sinking tablet industry: just ask IDC While not alone, IDC has prominently constructed media narratives explaining why Apple's iPad can't possibly matter over the last eight years, initially because it didn't run the all-important Microsoft Windows, then because masses of ultra-cheap Android tablets were portrayed as an insurmountable "market share" diluting force, then because Microsoft itself was entering the tablet market with Detachables, and then because public interest in tablets appeared to be … [Read more...] about After 8 years, IDC admits Apple’s iPad is leading the tablet market ‘unabated’
MICROSOFT has stopped the rollout of the latest Windows 10 update, after multiple reports that it was deleting users' files. The tech company will freeze the update until it has resolved the problem, and is currently advising people to "minimise" their use of affected computers and to contact Microsoft customer support directly. Microsoft released the update - version 1809 - last week, all with the promise of "empowering a new era of personal productivity". But despite enabling greater connectivity between users' various devices, some customers have complained that the update has deleted all the files in their Documents and Pictures folders. Microsoft is describing such reports as "isolated," and assure customers that they will provide an update on the situation once they continue rolling out version 1809. "Microsoft has paused the rollout of the update while we continue to investigate reports from some customers," a spokesperson for Microsoft told the Sun. Microsoft is also advising … [Read more...] about Microsoft kills Windows 10 update that ‘deleted’ users’ files – did you download THIS version?