Review of freshly installed Ubuntu Desktop 24.04 LTS (Gnome GUI)

SCREENSHOT 106) This system has one GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 TI.

This is the graphic card information. This application offers tuning, too.

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NVIDIA settings GPU 0

SCREENSHOT 107) The Power Statistics application shows information for devices, which provide power metadata.

There is only one device in the system to provide power information – Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus.

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Power Statistics Details

SCREENSHOT 108) History of power Statistics for devices.

It may include charging time and/or power charges of up and down.

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Power Statistics History

SCREENSHOT 109) Graphs for different type of power statistics, for example, discharge accuracy.

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Power Statistics Statistics

SCREENSHOT 110) Software and Updates configure the installation and the update of the Ubuntu system.

The first tab configures the Ubuntu Software – which official repositories to use and the preferred location from where to download.

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Software and Updates Ubuntu Software

SCREENSHOT 111) Other Software tab with additional software repositories, which include unofficial repositories, too.

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Software and Updates Other Software

SCREENSHOT 112) The Updates tab configures the period of updates checking and what kind of updates to install and when.

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Software and Updates tab Updates

SCREENSHOT 113) The Authentication tab shows the trusted software providers and their GPG keys installed on the system.

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Software and Updates tab Authentication

SCREENSHOT 114) The Additional Drivers tab shows the proprietary drivers installed and their available different versions.

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Software and Updates Additional drivers

SCREENSHOT 115) The Developer Options offers the user to apply pre-release updates.

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Software and Updates tab Developer Options

SCREENSHOT 116) The Ubuntu Pro tab tunes an Ubuntu Pro subscription.

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Software and Updates tab Ubuntu Pro

SCREENSHOT 117) A simple application to add or remove applications during the startup of the GNOME graphical user interface.

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Startup Applications Preferences

SCREENSHOT 118) System Monitor Processes section.

Processes information and metadata – User, % CPU, ID, Memory, Disk read total, Disk write total, Disk read, Disk write, Priority and etc.

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Utilities System Monitor Processes

SCREENSHOT 119) Context menu of a process

Properties, Memory maps, Open Files, Change Priority, Stop, Continue, Terminate, and Kill.

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System Monitor Processes context menu

SCREENSHOT 120) The Change Priority sub-menu with the following choices – Very High, High, Normal, Low, Very Low, and Custom.

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System Monitor Processes Change Priority

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