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Tweak Ubuntu for speed

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Some days ago a frind of mine, Fabio (one of the guys behind debianhardstyle.net), told me about a page of TVease Wiki titled “Tweak ubuntu for speed“. Now, because the page is under the GNU/FDL I have decided to take it, add some others tweak-for-speed tips, republish it, and translate it to Italian.

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You want your Ubuntu desktop to be more responsive? It will take less than a half hour to perform all these tweaks. These tweaks will make your system faster and more responsive without a doubt. Read on to perform the tweaks and enjoy your faster system.

From what I understand these tweaks will work with all forms of Linux. They are not Ubunut Specific. I have only tried them on Ubuntu though, so if you use them on other Linux Distro’s you do at your own risk.

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