Get your shit together!
I yelled to myself this morning after a series of breakdown I had for the last couple of days. I was wondering if the medication was not working but maybe I was wrong.
For the last couple of days, all I did was feeding my self junk ( food and news), binge watch series and sleep more than I should. The horrible food I ate caused me to feel lethargic and lazy. It also caused me to lost my productivity and the consistency I have been trying to learn.
Then, I decided something had to be done.Something that at least make me feel less irritable of things.
I finally get rid of crappy Windows 10 installed on my archaic laptop
yes, that's what I exactly do with my laptop from time to time even I love it to death.
I was a happy user of Windows 10 because it was user-friendly and there are numerous application windows based that helps me navigate my tasks easily. But everything was loading very slowly and there wasn't a day I don't flip my laptop.
My device is pretty old. It's HP 14' with Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU N3050 @ 1.60GHz as processor. It definitely can't handle window10 pretty well especially that I sometimes do some high graphics activity and forcing my device to compile some of my code experiments.
So, yesterday I decided to just install Lubuntu ( Light weight ubuntu) and I couldn't be happier. I will recommend everyone who has a crappy device to use Ubuntu as operating system. Brace yourself, you will be a friend with a dude name Sudo.
What is Sudo and what does it do?
Sudo stands for substitute user do or super user do. It allows users to run a program as another user.
Windows has it to but it's pretty straightforward and easy compared to ubuntu.
For example, yesterday I was messing up with the panel preferences. It looked so horrible that I want to reset it. Well, all I did was click on
To open the terminal click this
ctrl + alt + t
Type this following command
$ rm -r ~/.config/lxpanel
$ lxpanelctl restart
Then voila! your panel setting restore to its default state
I know, It will require a bit of work but if you are like myself, who own an old device and wanted to enjoy another level of youtube that look like this, Lubuntu is the answer.
Anyway, that's all for today since I am going to set up more settings and catch up with things I have been missing.
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