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a lightweight, fast, and free web browser. It aligns well with the Xfce philosophy of making the most out of available resources. It is the default browser in elementary OS.
The Ubuntu Software Center gives you instant access to thousands of open-source and carefully selected free applications. This is for questions about using it; installing, adding ppas, updating and th…
For questions related to users, user accounts, user permissions or guest accounts.
Questions regarding the decisions and rationale behind the design of elementary OS or its software.
Questions about Virtualizing elementary OS or virtualizing other operating systems within elementary OS.
Applications that play videos on elementary OS. The OS's default video player is "Audience"—use that tag for questions specific to that application.
Questions asking for specific applications that perform a given task or work with a given file format.
a third-party office suite that can be installed from the Software Center. It comes with its own word processor (Writer), spreadsheet tool (Calc), presentation tool (Impress), drawing p…
For issues related to samba in elementary OS
For all questions relative to application or system performance issue.
for video games in relation to the elementary OS
Questions relating to Microsoft's Skype VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) application and services.
the hidden configuration settings used in the GNOME desktop environment (within elementary OS). Please also tag with the related application.
Questions relating to Android devices and elementary OS.
Questions related to the sudo command that allows users to run programs with the privileges of a different user (normally the root user).
the default video player application on elementary OS. For questions about video players in general, use the "video-player" tag.
Questions related to touchscreen functionality and configuration when using Elementary OS with hardware such as a tablet (no physical keyboard) or a 2-in-1 laptop.