This tutorial explains the steps to switch default Ubuntu applications to open with for each purpose you may want. For example, if you prefer to open pictures with another app rather than Image Viewer, you can switch. In other words, this is an app and file format reassociation. Follow the instructions below.

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This is a full list of all Ubuntu default applications (or list of Ubuntu components) with their explanations for first time users. This list is sorted alphabetically with app names taken from what appeared or searchable on Activities Menu and their alternative names mentioned if any. You can learn your Ubuntu computer a lot here as you see every app name, its purpose, short guide to use, and some pictures of them. You will also find external guides linked to help you learn certains apps such as Archive Manager and LibreOffice. This guide is based on version 21.04 also known as Hirsute Hippo which is the latest today which can represents all modern Ubuntu versions. I wish you like it!

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Two great operating systems released April 2021, they are, Ubuntu Hirsute Hippo and Fedora 34. This article helps you comparing between both from the basics, technologies, and conveniences they offer to us. You will see here their interesting stuffs among the others like GNOME 40, Anaconda & Ubiquity, Spins & Flavors, as well as Wayland and Active Directory. This includes where to download & how to install them to your computer. 

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Hello, convenience lovers! We are all using GNU/Linux technologies. Ever dissatisfied when doing open/save in your application? Perhaps you want it to show you thumbnails preview but not, allows modes other than list view but not, provide search but not, display recent files but not, or you expect it puts all storage disks right at the front but not. I will help you choose a technology you can see below between KDE, GNOME, Elementary OS, Deepin, and LXDE so you can decide which distro you will use or even share with family later.
 
(File dialog from Deepin is the best file dialog in all GNU/Linux techs today)
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Fedora 34 just released Tuesday, 27 April 2021 (at the same time Ubuntu 21.04 released). It is the latest stable version of the technology leading computer operating system, Fedora, one of the most popular choice from the GNU/Linux family. It features the latest Free/Libre Open Source Software technology, by the desktop with GNOME 40, by the filesystem with Btrfs compression, and many more. You can download all editions Workstation, Server, and IoT in one page below -- included with checksums for you to verify and Announcement & Release Notes information at the end.  Happy downloading!

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This is an introduction & collection of tips of Ubuntu for first time users who just had new computer with 21.04 codenamed Hirsute Hippo. This article is for you to help knowing the most basic things of Ubuntu, like the versions & names, the desktop and apps you are using, and learning about everything else. This is also for those who meet Ubuntu after switching from other operating systems like Windows or MacOS. Lastly, I hope you will like it and enjoy your computing happily with Ubuntu!

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This is a collection of recommended videos and tutorials to practically learn LibreOffice for beginners divided to Writer (word processor), Calc (spreadsheet), and Impress (presentation). They are excellent, thorough, and rich of examples user guide made by TheFrugalComputerGuy (videos) and Ahuka (tutorials) -- they are people who care deeply about LibreOffice. If you want to learn LibreOffice, we suggest you start with their tutorials. Thank you very much for them for making these tutorials patiently for years!

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Curious about Deepin 20? Here's our review to this latest version of the super beautiful and unique China operating system for your computers and laptops. We can say that Deepin is now a fashion in computing ready to compete with Windows and MacOS. This series of release begins with the big switch, from WPS to LibreOffice, and similarly from Google Chrome to Browser, aside from other large improvements in its system most notably the desktop in general and Control Center in particular. Here's Deepin Twenty for you all!