Improving Gnome experience

Improving Gnome experience

I’m a fan of esthetically beautiful technological things and my desktop makes no exception. As you know, I’ve been using Gnome Shell for years, I like it, it’s beautiful, minimal and coherent, in the sense that all the on-purpose designed application looks all the same.

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Have you ever tried to work with Libreoffice?

Have you ever tried to work with Libreoffice?

I work in a big company and one of my daily work companion is MS Office, in particular Excel. They also had me do a course on Power Pivot.

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Music players on Linux: Harmony

Music players on Linux: Harmony

I keep talking about music players because my post unleashed a great discussion among users on Google+. There are people who likes Rhythmbox, like me, people who totally hate it, people who suggests to use mpd (no way, man), people who uses Amarok (of course, you’re in KDE).

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We’re in the future and you still use Rhythmbox?

We’re in the future and you still use Rhythmbox?

Yes, it’s almost 2017 and I still use Rhythmbox to reproduce my music when I am using my computer. He’s 16 years old but I consider it much better than the brand new Gnome Music for at least 4 reasons.

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Redshift in Gnome+Wayland: yes we can

Redshift in Gnome+Wayland: yes we can

In my latest post I was complaining that if you’re using Gnome on Wayland there’s no way to make redshift work. Well, I was wrong.

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Gnome on Wayland: impressions

I’ve been using Gnome for at least 2 years but I’ve always been using it on X, never Wayland. You all know what Wayland is, it’s intended to be the future of display server, the protocol that will put X on retirement after decades.

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Saving battery in Linux: TLP & SSD issues

Battery life has always been a worry for Linux users when coming to laptops. Due to the lack of optimization of distributions, designed to work on the highest number of device as possible, battery life is much lower than in Windows (ehm, Windows 10 is not the case).

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