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

SCREENSHOT 121) Click on the properties to see more metadata for a process.

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System Monitor Processes context menu process

SCREENSHOT 122) Tha application shows – Process Name, User, Status, Memory, Virtual Memory, Resident Memory, Writable Memory, Shared Memory, CPU, CPU Time, Started, Nice, Priority, ID, Security Context, Command Line, Waiting Channel, and Control Group.

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System Monitor Processes properties

SCREENSHOT 123) Graphs of recent CPU History, Memory and Swap History and Network History.

The load on each CPU core is also visible.

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System Monitor – Resources

SCREENSHOT 124) All file systems detected and mounted by the Ubuntu system.

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System Monitor – File Systems

SCREENSHOT 125) Clicking on a file system will open a Files application to explore from the root of the file system.

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System Monitor – File Systems Files

SCREENSHOT 126) System Monitor 46.0

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System Monitor 46.0

SCREENSHOT 127) Terminal 3.52.0 for Gnome

There are two tabs opened and several commands executed.

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Terminal 3.52.0 with two tabs

SCREENSHOT 128) It is easy to select a text in the Terminal application.

The text could be selected as a text or as an HTML

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Terminal 3.52.0 text output selection context menu

SCREENSHOT 129) Through the Application menu the use could increase or decrease the font size, add a new terminal tab, switch to full screen, and more.

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Terminal 3.52.0 application menu

SCREENSHOT 130) The advanced sub-menu in application menu includes predefined console modes and menus to reset the console the input and output of the current terminal tab.

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Terminal 3.52.0 application menu advanced

SCREENSHOT 131) Terminal 3.52.0

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Terminal 3.52.0

SCREENSHOT 132) By default, these are the Utilities installed – Advanced Network Connections, Disk Usage Analyzer, Disks, Document Viewer, Password and Keys, Characters, Logs, and Fonts.

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Applications Utilities sub-menu

SCREENSHOT 133) Shows the currently used network connections.

The network connection can be edited. Click on the setting button.

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Utilities Network Connections

SCREENSHOT 134) Ethernet tab of the network connection.

Device named used in the current network connection. The MAC address could be changed

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Utilities Editing network connection Ethernet tab

SCREENSHOT 135) The IPv4 Settings of the current connection.

It is configured to use DHCP client to automatically set an IPv4 from the local router. Use the “Manual” method to set manually an IPv4 address and DNS servers.

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Utilities Editing network connection IPv4 Settings

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