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Application Menu (Global Menu) For Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 Is Available For Testing

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The Global Menu for Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 has just been uploaded to a PPA. The new "global menu" is called "Application Menu" and it can be installed in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx already (both in GNOME and KDE). Here's how.

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Ubuntu 10.04 review

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  • Ubuntu 10.04 review
  • Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 can read your iPhone's secrets
  • The keyboard menu

We’re More Than Mark

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  • Canonical, Ubuntu: We’re More Than Mark Shuttleworth
  • Review: Ubuntu 10.04 Server Edition

The Challenge of Understanding Icons

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design.canonical.com: Icons are very peculiar images. They are both pictorial and functional. An icon is literally a picture, e.g., of a magnifying glass, and at the same time it represents a function, i.e., the query in a search. So, one and the same image is meant both to attract attention to itself and to facilitate action.

Karmic To Lucid

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  • Karmic To Lucid – A Few Bumps
  • Review: Ubuntu Unleased 2010 Edition: Covering 9.10 and 10.4
  • New Ubuntu Website Live

New Ubuntu Control Center

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  • Ubuntu Control Centre project aims to make System config simple
  • Ubuntu Control Center
  • Contributing Back to Gnome?

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: Lucid Lynx Benchmarked And Reviewed

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tomshardware.com: Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is pinning its hopes of OEM acceptance on the Lucid Lynx. We've put the screws to this new Long Term Support (LTS) release, comparing it to Canonical's previous LTS release, 8.04 Hardy Heron, to look for progress.

Five Usability Improvements in Ubuntu 10.04

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workswithu.com: Recent Ubuntu releases have introduced major changes, including a new theme, a new application stack and–gasp–a new position for window buttons. But Karmic and Lucid also included a number of tiny usability enhancements that you might not have noticed. Here’s a look at five of them.

Also: HTML5 Video on Ubuntu

Ubuntu's Unity Desktop: Reality vs. Rationales

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earthweb.com: Over the past year, Ubuntu has become one of the centers for usability design on the Linux desktop. You might criticize this effort because it takes place in the distribution, rather than as contributions to the GNOME desktop, but at least it is happening.

Btrfs and the Ubuntu spin machine

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itwire.com: Alone among GNU/Linux distributions, Ubuntu has managed to project the impression that it is the best first choice for someone who wants to test the Linux waters. Put this down to slick media management.

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