Ubuntu has become a very popular operating system not only among programmers and developers but also among normal day-to-day users and gamers. So in this video, I’m going to show you 10 things you can do after installing Ubuntu on your system. This is not limited to a specific version of Ubuntu; you can follow these on any version of Ubuntu to set it up according to your requirements.
Everyone’s requirements can vary according to their profession or daily tasks they carry out, so I’m going to cover the things which can be useful for every set of users.
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🗒 10 Things to Do After Installing Ubuntu Operating System
#1: Install Ubuntu with Partitions
#3: Install ZSH with `oh-my-zsh` on Terminal
▶ Setup Web Development Environment On Ubuntu
00:41 Download and Install Latest Updates
00:31 Enable additional repositories for more software
02:11 Install Missing Drivers
02:36 Install GNOME Tweak Tool
03:51 Install GNOME Extensions
04:31 Install Dash to Panel extension
05:54 Improve Battery Performance
06:50 Must Know Commands for System Cleanup
08:08 Enable Firewall
09:28 Install System Backup tool
09:58 How to install .deb files in Ubuntu
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