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Ubuntu 9.04 tutorials, this tutorial will show you how to find hidden programs such as Control Volume and Formula.
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Ubuntu may hide a few programs in your menu list. Now I browsed to it and I saw like two things as useful in there so I'm going to show it off. Now you go to your menu here, right click on it and edit menus and you have this baby here. Now the first thing I thought was useful was probably in the office tab here. They had disabled open office formulas. So that’s one thing I thought is probably useful to some people.
Another one is in the systems here, this one is a default on mint. I don’t know why they kept if up on Ubuntu but it’s the control center. Control center is kind of like a control panel in Windows. That’s the two that I thought was worth mentioning. So let me fire that off. First one is the formulas and I believe that this is like a math program. So if you’re doing like Algebra, Trigonometry or maybe a little Physics I think I saw some Physics here. But I don’t know, I have never used this program but it looks like something that some students might use. So check that out if you need something like that.
The next one is the control panel like I said. The control panel is in your systems here. Control panel or control center and this basically has all your programs in your system tab, all this, so you don’t have to waste your time clicking on one thing and then it closes off and you got to do it again and again, that don’t make sense. So with this control center, everything is here, use it and look through it, and click fired off all the ones that you want.
So I thought this two were worth mentioning and definitely you would want the control center because that is pretty pimp and if you’re a Linux user, this is your default already so you don’t need it. So that is it.