BrainStorm Cool Tips for Novell Linux Desktop
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Posted: 10 Jun 2005
08 Jun 2005
BrainStorm Cool Tip: Changing File Associations
This week's BrainStorm Cool Tip shows you how to change your file associations so you can always open a type of file with a certain application.
25 May 2005
BrainStorm Cool Tip: Browsing Files
This BrainStorm Cool Tip helps you set your preferences to browse your files in one window, like former MS Windows users are used to doing.
11 May 2005
BrainStorm Cool Tip: Setting Shortcut Keys
This BrainStorm Cool Tip saves former Windows users from leaving their shortcut keys behind.
27 Apr 2005
BrainStorm Cool Tip: Updating Your Software with Red Carpet
One of the perks of using Linux and its accompanying Open Source software is that you can download updates and patches almost as soon as they are written. Red Carpet, the automatic update installer that comes with Novell Linux Desktop, bundles these updates for you. With Red Carpet, updating your system is as simple as clicking a few buttons.
14 Apr 2005
BrainStorm Cool Tip: Make a Misbehaving Program Quit
In the rare occasion that a program in Linux decides to run amok, BrainStorm shares come easy tips on how to handle the situation.
30 Mar 2005
Extend Your Panels Using Gnome Drawers.
With all of the applets, objects, and menus you can add to your panels in Novell Linux Desktop, you might find yourself running out of space. You can easily increase that rapidly waning panel space by building a few panel drawers.
16 Mar 2005
Windows Users Can Feel at Home Exploring Files in Linux
Some users might feel a bit intimidated at first when they open Gnome's file explorer. BrainStorm, INC. explains how to get a "Windows" look and feel in Gnome.
01 Feb 2005
Minimize Your Maximizing with Multiple Desktops
BrainStorm introduces us the Linux concept of having multiple desktops.
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