If you are like me and have more than one application for certain tasks such as browsing the web or listening to music then you may want to change your default application preferences. An example of this would be changing the default web browser from Firefox to Google Chrome. Doing this would then have Ubuntu use Google Chrome to open all web links by default. This tutorial will show you how to change your default applications in Ubuntu 13.10.
Out of the box I do not like the way that Ubuntu 13.10 handles my power settings. I do not like it turning off my screen and going to standby after a certain amount of time and I do not like it locking my screen after only a few min of inactivity. If you are like me or would simply like to change your power settings then this tutorial will be very helpful for you. This tutorial will show you how to change the power settings in Ubuntu 13.10.
There are countless reasons that you would want to change your sound settings in Ubuntu 13.10. Whether you are listening to music or trying to adjust your microphone input settings changing your sound settings can be an essential task. This tutorial will show you how to change your Sound settings in Ubuntu 13.10.
Setting the date and time in Ubuntu 13.10 is a very easy task to complete. This tutorial will show you how to set the date and time so that you will never get confused with the wrong time again.
The default desktop environment for Ubuntu 13.10 is the Unity Desktop. Unity is know for being a simple and basic but yet good looking desktop environment. Unity is what you will log into when you enter your username and password in Ubuntu 13.10. This article will show you around the basics of the Unity Desktop Environment in Ubuntu 13.10.