Linux is an “open source” operating system, meaning that it can be modified and distributed freely. Because of this fact there are hundreds of Linux distributions in circulation and Ubuntu is quickly is one of the world’s most popular Linux-based operating system.
Ubuntu serves as an affordable alternative to the more popular Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Contrary to popular belief, Ubuntu is very similar to the other two operating systems. With Ubuntu, you have the ability to surf the web, read email, create documents and spreadsheets, edit videos, play video-games, and do a lot of the things a typical operating system is able to do.
If you’re reading this post, you’re probably interested in moving away from proprietary operating systems such as Windows and Mac OS X; perhaps you’ve already installed Ubuntu on your computer but are not sure where to start.
So you’ve finished installing Ubuntu on your system and thinking what to do now. You probably want to feel more at home with your new operating system, so here are a few tips on what you can do after installing Ubuntu.
Below video will show the top 5 thing to do after Installing Ubuntu, Like installing flash player (so you can watch YouTube videos!), multimedia codecs, changing settings such as your icons and wallpaper, and setting up Ubuntu One Account.