Ubuntu Tweak

Ubuntu Tweak Is Now Officially Terminated

The creator and maintainer of the once popular Ubuntu Tweak utility, Tualatrix Chou, recently announced that the Ubuntu Tweak utility project is no longer under maintenance starting from May 2, 2016. For those that may not know, Ubuntu Tweak was one of the most downloaded applications that makes configuring Ubuntu OS easier for everyone. It allows tweaking of many useful desktop and system configuration options which are unavailable via native system tools.

Install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.8 in Ubuntu

Ubuntu Tweak is an application which makes configuring Ubuntu easier for everyone. It allows tweaking of many useful desktop and system configuration options which are unavailable via native system tools. Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.8 is currently available for testing and only focuses on some bug fixes. Overview of Changes Cache path of Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird changed to ~/.cache Add support to clean the cache2 folder for Firefox Show “Computer Icon” and rename will crash in 14.

Tweak – Enable Minimize On Click Feature In Ubuntu 14.04

Minimize On Click, the long awaited feature is now available in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and it is disabled by default. You can enable it from Compiz Settings Manager, but first you need to install CompizConfig Settings Manager. When Minimize On Click is enabled, rather than an open application minimizing when its launcher icon is clicked, Unity focuses the window. In scenarios where you have more than one window opened, it triggers the App Spread allowing you to choose from which running window or app desired.

Install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.7 in Ubuntu 13.10, 14.04

Ubuntu Tweak is an application which makes configuring Ubuntu easier for everyone. It allows tweaking of many useful desktop and system configuration options which are unavailable via native system tools. Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.7 supports Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, and also comes with some critical bugs fixed. Changes Implemented: Add support for Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr Add Support for Minimize from Unity Launcher Add toggle for Nautilus Recursive Search Bug Fixes: Fix the nautilus scripts support for Ubuntu 13.