fix broken LibreOffice on Ubuntu 17.10

When you face an issue with LibreOffice, Best start to fix broken LibreOffice is to reinstall it again, And this what we are going to do below: 1- Remove the application with purge command: sudo apt-get purge libreoffice* 2- Now you can install the application again using the apt-get command: …

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Thunderbird Features

Easier to Get Started Mail Account Setup Wizard Prior to this feature you had to know your IMAP, SMTP, and SSL/TLS settings. Now all you need to provide is your name, email address, and password and the email account set up wizardry will check our database and find the email …

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Installing Thunderbird on Ubuntu 17.10

In This Article we are going to Installing Thunderbird on Ubuntu 17.10 and this method works from Thunderbird version 3 and old versions of Ubuntu. Thunderbird is a lightweight mail/news/RSS client, based on the Mozilla suite. It supports different mail accounts (POP, IMAP, Gmail), has an integrated learning Spam filter, and …

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Google ranking & Algorithm Update Brewing?

Is Google ranking & Algorithms have been changed? Over the past 24-48 hours there has been an uptick in chatter across social media, the SEO communities and the forum threads around Google ranking and search results shifts. In fact, it has been pretty volatile over the past couple of months …

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Curious Case Of Linux Distribution Code Names

Have you ever wondered about the code name of the latest release of your favorite Linux distribution? The upcoming Linux Mint 18 has been codenamed Sarah. Ubuntu 16.04 will be called Xenial Xerus. The list goes on like that. The question about the code-names is really trivial. It doesn’t make any difference …

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How To Use Bluetooth Speakers In Ubuntu

Set up Bluetooth speakers in Ubuntu For this tutorial, I have used Ubuntu 15.04 and above mentioned Inateck speakers but I presume that the tutorial should be applicable to other versions such as Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 12.04 and other speakers as well. Let’s see what do you need to …

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How To Switch Between GDM And LightDM In Ubuntu 14.04 [Quick Tip]

Both LightDM and GDM (GNOME Display Manager) are login managers. They both provide graphical login capabilities (the GUI with the list of the system’s users) as well as remote logins using the XDMCP protocol. Ubuntu comes with LightDM as default display manager. But if you experiment with various display managers or various desktop environments such as to install …

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