Read articles and watch online tutorial videos on Ubuntu Linux help topics for beginners to advance Ubuntu Linux users.My tutorials will teach you how to use Ubuntu to check e-mail, browse the web, type documents, do office work and open media files, and many other common tasks in Ubuntu Operating System for Free.
I'll teach you how to install Gimp which is a free open source image editor available for Ubuntu Linux 10.10 in Ubuntu Software Center. Gimp is a fast, powerful, and light image editor which can be installed on slower computers without noticeable lag when in use. Gimp is a great alternative to paid graphics editing software like Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, etc.
There are also a lot of tutorials online available for Gimp.
I will teach you how to install Chormium which is the browser which Google Chrome is based on in Ubuntu Linux with Ubuntu Software Center in a few simple steps. Google Chrome is a free open source web browser which Google made. Chrome is very easy to use, fast, reliable, clean, and secure and has a lot of add-ons for it. Google Chrome is also one of the most secure web browsers available today. It is a great alternative to the default FireFox web browser which comes bundled with Ubuntu Linux.
In This Video, I will teach you how to use Ubuntu Software Center in Ubuntu Linux 10.10. FileZilla is an FTP client which can be used to download and upload, and change chmod permissions to files on your web hosting server which you host your website, blog, forum, etc on.
Ubuntu 10.10 has a file called Wubi.exe (Windows Ubuntu Installer) on its desktop version of its operating system install CD. Wubi is a very easy to use installer to install Ubuntu on to your Windows computer. You can use Wubi.exe to install Ubuntu like any other Windows program like a web browser. Wubi is basically point and click, and filling out your username and password. I'll show you how to install Ubuntu 10.10 with Wubi and create a dual boot computer in Windows without the hassle of repartitioning your Windows hard drive to install Ubuntu 10.10 on to it.