Ubuntu is becoming more and more complete and easy to configure. However, like any operating system there’s work to be done after the installation. Here’s a list of 10 tips that you can use after installing or upgrading Ubuntu.
1. Install software faster
As a commenter on Slashdot said:
I felt a great disturbance in the force, as if thousands of apt-get repositories had cried out in pain, and were suddenly silenced.
The Ubuntu software repositories can get really slow, and even stop responding completely around the time of a major Ubuntu release. Without a repository mirror, you can’t install software. The Synaptic package manager can help you find a faster mirror.