This is a full list of all Lubuntu default applications (or list of Lubuntu components) with their explanations for first time users. Lubuntu is the official variant of Ubuntu with LXDE as the technology of the desktop environment and default applications. This list is sorted alphabetically with app names taken from menu for example Discover, FeatherPad and PCManFM. You can learn your Lubuntu computer a lot here as you see every app name, its purpose, short guide to use, and some pictures of them. This guide is based on version 22.04 also known as Jammy Jellyfish which can represents all modern Lubuntu versions. Let's read. We wish you'll love it!

 


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Thunderbird is the flagship Ubuntu email client and the free/libre open source software one for all major operating systems. by default, Thunderbird does not show sender replies and you might not like it. If you prefer Gmail-like ways to view replies including yours in every mail conversation, you can use the add-on Conversations. We will show how below.

 




1. Run Thunderbird

This should open your emails. If you find it blank, please first setup your email account with Thunderbird.

2. Open Add-on Page

Go to menu (three lines button) -> Add-ons and Themes -> type the name of the add-on "conversations" -> press Enter -> found Thunderbird Conversations.

 



3. Install Conversations Add-on

Click Install -> click OK -> add-on installed.  


4. Restart Thunderbird

Close Thunderbird and open it again. 


5. All Own Replies Now Visible

Now, Thunderbird shows your own replies in every mail conversation in manners similar to Gmail web. It includes reply buttons (on bottom of every conversation) as well as hovering tooltips (on every user account) you might have been familiar with for years.



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This is a collection of hard disk partitioning and maintenancing tutorials published by Ubuntu Buzz in several years. With these tutorials, you can learn how to create, format, reformat, rename, delete, resize, enlarge, shrink filesystems and partitions to digital storages including hard disk drives (HDDs), SSDs, flash drives, both internal or external. They are mostly graphical user interface (GUI) based, can be done easily in LiveCD mode, and are reasonably universal for everyone to practice in any operating system including Windows and macOS other than GNU/Linux. We discussed here tools we actually use mainly GParted, GNOME Disk Utility, KDE Partition Manager as well as other important utility like Testdisk and Unetbootin with one booting guide for ThinkPad our favorite laptop brand. We support both Legacy BIOS as well as UEFI booting methods and both MBR and GPT partitioning schemes. All in all, here's the compilation for you.



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This tutorial will help you create wifi to wifi hotspot (also known as repeater) on your Xubuntu XFCE laptop. This means receiving internet access from a wifi and giving (sharing) it away as another wifi. You will need two WLAN adapters, for example, one built-in your laptop as the transmitter and one external one as the receiver you can buy easily online. Finally, you are not required to use terminal command lines at all here. Now let's do it.


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This is a full list of all Xubuntu default applications (or list of Xubuntu components) with their explanations for first time users. Xubuntu is the official variant of Ubuntu with Xfce as the technology of the desktop environment and default apps. We use Xubuntu 22.04 LTS "Jammy Jellyfish" as a basis to write it so you can learn and adapt it easily. Now let's explore!


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This tutorial will help you upgrade the Linux kernel on Ubuntu. The benefit of upgrading kernel is, among many others, to get faster and better hardware performance. In this article, we picked up Kubuntu 22.04 "Jammy Jellyfish" as example to upgrade the kernel version from its default 5.15 into 6.5. It should be simple and easy to do. Now let's do it. 

(Kubuntu 22.04 with the latest Linux kernel version )

 

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This tutorial will help you install all requirements for C++/OpenGL programming and immediately start learning by reading opengl-tutorial.org. You will be able to build all the source codes both ways manually using commands as well as using Qt Creator. We dedicate this to all Computer Science & Informatics students everywhere especially those who are currently learning OpenGL lectures. Now let's exercise!


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This tutorial will help you to get LibreOffice 7.6 on Ubuntu side-by-side with and without removing the preinstalled version. We offer several ways you may choose to do so. It can be practiced to any one of Official Flavors like Kubuntu and Lubuntu, as well as derivatives like Elementary and Zorin. Now let's practice that.


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