25 Things to Do After Installing ‎Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana”

Look what auntie Orca found for her Minty frens. A super nifty list of stuff you have to do after finishing the install. Your quality of life will improve greatly …

These are the most important 25 Things to Do After Installing ‎Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana”, to learn other things you can do after installing Linux Mint, watch my video on 50 Things to Do After Installing Ubuntu 20.04: https://youtu.be/MNX7HgcWqHc


afterinstallLinux Mint themes: https://youtu.be/osA-ZEEz6Zw

Flash Player on Linux: https://youtu.be/1OcaVvPjDG4

About Linux swap: https://youtu.be/0mgefj9ibRE

More on Linux Firewall: https://youtu.be/e_Xi8e_ZOlE



00:39Create Backup

03:15Configure Update Manager

04:30Install Drivers

05:13Configure Hi-DPI display

05:54Install Codecs

06:26Install MS fonts

07:23 Decrease Swap use

08:56 Enable Drive Cache (HDD)

10:16 Optimize for SSD

12:06 Enable Redshift

12:40 Configure Firefox

14:37 Install Google Chrome

15:42 Install Audacious

16:46 Install popular apps

18:33 Install Clipboard Manager

19:33 Configure LibreOffice

21:30 Add keyboard layouts

22:20 Customize Themes and Icons

25:36 Xkill shortcut

27:02 Configure sound

28:30 Activate Firewall

29:25 Add/Remove Startup Applications

30:48 Remove some apps

31:45 Extend battery time

32:29 Clean system

Most of this werkz in other distros as well, also in Arch.

Okayyyy, I don’t even have half of the shit installed or activated on my machines but I do me … and YOU DO YOU! Most Linux fraggelz seem to love all the fancy stuff, so I won’t hide it from you.




    • “gyms open”

      Really? 😮 Me is so jealous. 😐
      As I wrote before, my gym is perfectly prepared to operate in lockdown. They were from day one. Still not permtted to reopen anytime soon. 😦
      Sir Richard is loosing lots of money right now, doesn’t he? I mean an airline and a chain of gyms are not the most profitable businesses at the moment, are they?


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