Record Ubuntu Desktop With the Hidden GNOME Screen Recorder

GNOME provides a built-in screen recorder that you can use to quickly record your desktop session. Here’s how to use it.

Source: Record Ubuntu Desktop With the Hidden GNOME Screen Recorder (It’s FOSS)

Link: How to Install Gnome Classic Shell in Ubuntu

If you have installed Ubuntu on your old computer or the low-end netbook, you will know that the Unity desktop manager that comes shipped with Ubuntu is very sluggish and non-responsive at times. This is because the Unity desktop requires powerful hardware to run well. A good alternative is to install the classic Gnome desktop. It is not as resource-intensive as Unity and will work just fine with any older hardware.

Note: The “Gnome classic shell” is now known as “Gnome Flashback.” The user interface remain the same.

Full article here:
How to Install Gnome Classic Shell in Ubuntu (Make Tech Easier)

Don’t like the new "Unity" users interface in Ubuntu? Try this…


This is an edited version of a post that originally appeared on a blog called The Michigan Telephone Blog, which was written by a friend before he decided to stop blogging. It is reposted with his permission. Comments dated before the year 2013 were originally posted to his blog.
Unity 2D from Ubuntu 11.04
Unity 2D from Ubuntu 11.04 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you hate the Unity interface in the latest version of Ubuntu, try this.  From a terminal prompt, enter:

sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback

I’d assume that you could also install gnome-session-fallback from Synaptic if you prefer.  Then, choose “GNOME Classic” at signon.

Credit for this hint goes to this article:

I hate Ubuntu, but my mother-in-law loves it (ZDNet)

EDIT: For another approach that might be more pleasing to some users, see How to install Linux Mint’s Cinnamon Desktop on Ubuntu (Linux Stall)

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