Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Review – Stable, Responsive & Polished

Ubuntu 14.04 (code named ‘Trusty Tahr‘) is the fifth ‘Long Term Support’ release, and being as such, these releases are thoroughly tested & include less features (since they demand too much changes being made to the codes) as the targeted audience is those who prefer a more stable OS that is backed-up by updates for

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Released

Ubuntu 14.04 has been released. It is supported up to 5 years (both Desktop and Server versions) & I am sure Ubuntu hopes to deliver a more smooth, polished and importantly, a stable operating system, since it is a ‘Long Term Support’ (LTS) release. There have been few changes (improvements etc) from an end-user perspective

Install ‘indicator-cpufreq’ on Ubuntu 13.10

The ‘CPU’ is one of the most power consuming hardware of a computer. Although CPUs come with built-in, automated & on-demand power saving features (such as shutting down certain ‘regions’ & cores, or reducing the overall clock speed), there are software tools that can be used to overwrite these automated settings for saving more power.

‘I-Nex’ Lists PC Hardware Information on Ubuntu 13.10, 13.04

‘I-Nex’ is a small, but a very handy utility that shows a comprehensive list of hardware (and some software) information of your computer. If you are looking for a ‘CPU-Z’ replacement for Ubuntu, then this is it!. I first came around it about two years ago and since then it has received few improvements too.