Well all strive to make our desktop as efficient as possible. Whether you're a coder who wants nothing more than to never remove your fingers from the keyboard, or if you're a writer who wants to use the mouse only when necessary, there are so many ways to make this happen. One of the easiest ways is to use keyboard shortcuts.Read more »
If you ever used Google Chrome - and you must have -, then you might have noticed how much vertical space you can gain by removing the window title bar. Yes Google Chrome has a titlebar, but as an extent of the tabs, so that's not conventional titlebar.Read more »
In KDE, shortcut keys are customizable for each and every application, and you can also customize global shortcuts that affect the desktop, window manager, command interface, and other features.Read more »
Keyboard shortcuts greatly improve productivity and even come to rescue when something goes wrong and you cant access the GUI. Here is the list of these keyboard shortcuts thatevery Ubuntu user should be aware of.
Although this article is mostly targeted at beginners experienced users will find shortcuts 14-18 useful.Read more »
A lot of software users I meet seem to feel they are not using their software as efficiently as they could. If that includes you, then listen up. Here is my list of the ten, lesser-known, OpenOffice.org Writer keyboard shortcuts that will help you improve your productivity.Read more »
To use Linux nowadays, you don't have to touch the command line to get going. This may be true.Read more »
You can have virtually any shortcuts you want in OpenOffice.org. There are a zillion features you don't know about that you can apply shortcuts to. It's really easy to do. And once you've got it set to your preferences, you can easily give the file to your friends.Read more »