Here's a colorful poster to learn LibreOffice quicker and easier for everyone. This is a table of selected shortcut keys of four office suite programs namely Writer, Calc, Impress, and Draw. Actually I made this for my computer course in Indonesia but I believe it's also good to share here. You can share this table, print it, place it on your favorite places, and practice a lot. Happy learning!

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Description: I made this with Inkscape after being inspired by somebody shared similar table for Microsoft Office. I wish this helps everyone in general and my students in particular.

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This tutorial explains step by step to have your computer with Trisquel 9.0. Don’t worry this is intended for beginners so everyone can try. You will prepare at least two disk partitions and going through about twenty minutes to finish it. For your information, different to Ubuntu, Trisquel supports 32 bit as well as 64 bit computers and I encourage fellow Lenovo ThinkPad owners to try it happily. You can practice this guide either normally, in dualboot mode, bios legacy and uefi, or into external storage device. Last but not least, you can also do this inside a virtual machine like AQEMU. Now let’s go!
 (Trisquel 9 computer on its installation process)
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As I posted last year, KDE 4 is my favorite. Surprisingly, Kubuntu 20.04 brings the legacy Oxygen theme built-in. Thanks to Gemlog on social media, I discovered it. Now I bring you how I do it.

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This tutorial explains how to switch Ubuntu 20.10 user interface back to Unity rather than GNOME. This is for computer users who prefer Ubuntu with its innovative Unity appearance that found in version 10.04 LTS and 16.10. Now let's have fun!

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Below is list of useful tips and tricks for new Ubuntu 20.10. If you have purchased a new Ubuntu laptop or installed it by yourself to computer, this article is for you. This list has apps recommendation, fonts and wallpapers stuffs, amusement and also things for your health. Enjoy latest computing technology comfortably on Ubuntu!

(Ubuntu 20.10 with wide screen resolution & dark theme over its Yellow wallpaper)

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For Desktop

  • Fonts: there’s Libertine fonts you can obtain with free license. Not recognizing it? It is the font of Wikipedia logo. For Arabic, I recommend Amiri Quran font. Find more fonts at

  • Wallpapers: go to they serve thousands of free public domains photos.

  • Health: enable Night Light feature on System Settings to combat sleeplessness and eyestrain.

  • Battery: prolong your battery duration by adjusting things on Power section under Settings. For example, reduce the Blank Screen time and enable Automatic Suspend.

  • Automount: make all disk partitions active every time just like Windows. Learn here.

  • Touchpad: enable Tap To Click and disable Natural Scrolling on System Settings.

  • Put icons on desktop: here’s how to do it on Ubuntu.

  • Tweaks: several mostly demanded changes are Autohide, Icon Size, Panel Position, and Dark Theme (System Settings > Appearance).

For Apps and Games

  • Password manager: get KeePassXC. It helps store all your difficult-to-remember credentials so you can securely peek at them at any time.

  • Android phone pairing: get GSConnect.

  • YouTube desktop: run FreeTube. A convenient YouTube client.

  • Chatting: Telegram is available for you.

  • School: there are StarDict desktop dictionary with handy features, Zotero references & bibliography manager, and also EtherCalc to make simple online attendances.

  • Video games: you can find strategy games 0.A.D. (like Age of Empires), OpenRA (like Command & Conquer: Red Alert), or Warzone 2100 (like Starcraft); and also shooting games OpenArena (like Quake) and Red Eclipse (multiplayer FPS) or simply the 2D ones MARS.


  • Login with password: enable it on Users section under Settings. 

  • Save internet bandwidth: perhaps you use limited or expensive internet access, so you can turn on Metered Connection under System Settings to disable automatic upgrades including Snap updates. You can use apt-get to update or install applications instead.

  • Explore AppImages: there are portable apps for Ubuntu! See for example FreeTube above, and see beyond Inkscape, Krita, Kdenlive available as click and run applications.



That's all. I hope you find computing fun with Ubuntu Groovy. See you next time!

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This tutorial explains Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla computer installation. You will prepare at least two disk partitions, finishing it all in about twenty minutes, and enjoy! Let's start right now.

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Ubuntu 20.10 aka Groovy Gorilla finally released by Canonical bringing the latest and greatest Free Libre Open Source Software technology to worldwide computer users. What's new in this release is that it's the first time Ubuntu Desktop available for Raspberry Pi – the world most popular ARM-based computers. Now here's list of Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi download links, as well as Official Flavors from Kubuntu to Ubuntu Budgie with Checksums included. Simply click and download. Happy downloading!

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Lenovo ThinkPad users can boot USB drives finely. As Ubuntu Buzz often publishes booting articles, now let's learn how to practice that on computers using ThinkPad as example. By making this tutorial I hope I give abilities to all computer users who didn't know yet they can do this amazing thing. Let's go!

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