Ubuntu Tweak, an application designed to config Ubuntu easier for everyone, providing a lot of many useful desktop and system options which the default desktop environment doesn't provide, is now at version 0.7.3.
We reviewed Ubuntu Tweak a while ago and we were ecstatic that there is a software out there that does something that should be implemented by default into Canonical's operating systems.
Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.3 comes with a few important changes and new features. The most important one is the addition of an option to turn on/off Guest account. This is really important, especially for Ubuntu.
Another thing we have to mention is the fact that the application
now officially supports Linux Mint 13 and partially Ubuntu 12.10, although it could be unstable as the latest version of Ubuntu is just an alpha.
The last important feature is for Ubuntu 12.10 Alpha 3. linux-image-extra has been added to the old kernel clean list.
Some other highlights of Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.3:
• QuickList Editor no longer loses Edits;
• utdata url has been updated;
• The import module no longer gives an error;
• The Tweak tab now works properly;
• LightDM plugin is now active if lightDM is the DM;
• Screen edges actions are no longer reversed in right to left locals;
• Janitor no longer crashes when users try to select apt cache checkbox;
• An Error message when clicking on “Session indicator” when indicator-session is not installed, is now displayed properly;
• AttributeError: ‘NoneType’ object now has the proper attribute;
• Several ubuntu tweak scripts have been implemented.
A complete list of changes and updates can be found in the official announcement
and a comprehensive review
can be found on our website, if you want to learn more about the application.
Download Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.3
right now from Softpedia.