Bill is a Windows XP user that has been using Windows for many years. He has used Windows 95 and Windows 98 before switching to Windows XP. You could say that Bill is the typical Windows user that has had problems with Windows over the years. Bill has had problems with viruses, bloatware, and programs not responding. Every once in a while Bill’s screen turns blue with white writing on it. This is known as the “blue screen of death”. Bills computer is also sometimes just outright slow. Over the years Bill has learned to accept these problems as normal when using his computer.
One of the most common thing that a user will do to their computer is to change the appearance of their desktop and layout. In almost every case this will include changing the desktop background or wallpaper and color scheme. This tutorial will show you how to change the appearance of your Ubuntu 13.10 computer.
The most common task by far that the average user uses a computer for is to browse the Internet. With this being the case it would only make sense that Ubuntu 13.10 make it easy and simple to browse the Internet. Ubuntu 13.10 along with many other Linux distributions comes with Firefox as the default web browser. This tutorial will show you how to get started with browsing the Internet using Firefox in Ubuntu 13.10.
A few weeks ago the hard drive on my computer went bad on me. I could not even boot the computer to try to copy anything to a flash drive. The good news is none of this mattered to me. I had a complete back up of everything I needed and did not have to worry about a thing. I just simply put a new hard drive in and restored everything that I needed. I was up and going in less than 2 hours. Could you imagine how long I would have been trying to get back going if I didn’t have a good backup in place? I might have spent days working on a bad drive trying to get a few extra files off of it.
Whether you are trying to burn a music CD or a back up DVD Ubuntu 13.10 makes it easy to burn CDs and DVDs. By default Ubuntu 13.10 comes with a great burning tool pre installed. This burning tool is called Brasero. This tutorial will show you how to get started with burning CDs and DVDs with Brasero in Ubuntu 13.10.