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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

What's New in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin" was finally released few weeks ago & it one of the best Ubuntu releases ever. With new release of Ubuntu, it's time for a brief round-up. Here is a quick tour through all new feature that was added to latest Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.


  • Unity Keyboard Shortcuts should be familiar to you all by now. When in doubt, press and hold the Super key and you will find all the shortcuts you need right in front of you.

  • Landscape is now integrated into Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.

  • Unity Dash now has a brand new Video lens.

  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS features a new easily configurable Privacy menu in System Settings.

  • The old Home lens has been replaced by a new useful and less eyecandy lens which displays recently used applications, files and most recent downloads.

  • Home menu quicklist is another really useful addition.

  • Unity Dash has quicklists support.

  • The new default collection of wallpapers is just brilliant.

  • HUD is default now. HUD haven't yet replaced menus in Ubuntu 12.04.

  • Launcher icon size can now be modified directly from Appearance window.

  • Auto-hide Launcher option is now available (instead of Dodge Windows) which you can on/off directly from Appearance window.

  • Rhythmbox music player is the default now.

  • A number of essential Unity settings have now been integrated into System Settings GNOME Control Center.

  • Revamped Ubuntu One UI.

  • Unity dash & Launcher inherits the color of current wallpaper. Unity Dash adds a beautiful blur effect.

  • Power menu settings has been totally revamped.

  • Proper multi-monitor support added. You can access it through System Setting - Displays.

  • Minor improvements to Sound Settings. Access directly from Sound Menu in the top panel as well as System Settings.
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