8 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander)

Ubuntu 13.10 was released today and for those of you who plan on doing a clean install, here are 8 useful things to do after the installation.1. Install some extra AppIndicators (applets)System Load Indicator is a port of the popular System Monitor GNOME Panel applet and it can display CPU, memory, network usage and more on the panel. Install it from the Ubuntu Software Center by clicking the button below:Or, to install it via command line, use:sudo apt-get install indicator-multiloadCpufreq Indicator is the equivalent of the old GNOME CPU frequency scaling applet which can be used for changing the CPU frequency on-the-fly. Install it in Ubuntu by clicking the button below:Or install it from the command line:sudo apt-get install indicator-cpufreqMy Weather Indicator is an appindicator that displays the current weather on the Unity panel. The appindicator can also display a 5-day forecast, a desktop widget and supports four weather services: OpenWeatherMap, Yahoo, Wunderground and World Weather Online.To install it in Ubuntu 13.10, use the commands below:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/atareaosudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install my-weather-indicatorVariety is an application that comes with an AppIndicator but since you basically only have to configure it once and after that you’ll only need to use the

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