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A look at Ubuntu Tweak 0.57

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For those who don't know, Ubuntu Tweak is a simple yet powerful application to (ahem, you guessed it) tweak Ubuntu. The project is a very active one, constantly getting updates and new features. In fact, version 0.57 was very recently released and it does more than ever in a compact and user friendly interface.

LET'S ROCK UBUNTU

After DOWNLOADING Ubuntu Tweak from the project official website and installing it, the application launcher is stored under Applications > System Tools. A nice splash screen welcomes users as Ubuntu Tweak starts up.

In my opinion, Ubuntu Tweak's most interesting feature is that it allows users to tweak settings that are otherwise hidden or far from easy to edit.

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