Yes. You should enable "Use small taskbar buttons".
And you could remove the profile icon, it just takes up space.
And turn off aero if you're into flat design.
>right click taskbar, no option to turn 'always on top off'
>ancient windows version
I've been forced to use Ubuntu Unity for the month guys and I get it now.
>Panels on top/side is best. It just can't be at the bottom because you're reading down for content. What's at the bottom should always be the content.
>Search bar should be top left which is the natural place to start when reading
>Pressure based auto-hide on the sidebar just nails it. I just wish they had the same option for the top bar.
>Dock still stinks on any platform and they should just replace it with window switcher like Win 8
Windows explorer still best file browser though.
I installed ubuntu to make my computer faster but it happens to be slower than windows 7, I have a shitty comp but I expected a popular linux distro like this to not be so demanding
Ubuntu took further steps to make it easier to use and assumed that you had more than 4GB RAM. It used to be a lot lighter. Maybe you'd like Ubuntu MATE.
never heard of unity, I have used gnome on debian but it freezed mutliple times, if I would open youtube video on 2 tabs, fuck it,,I would have to restart the computer.
So you are trolling right, no gnome ,kde or unity (i am assuming it is gui top)means only command line ?
Only about a year ago I was only using windows xp, top kek.
Within this year I managed to juggle Windows 7, ubuntu and debian, have to say nothing beats xp, but windows 7 also seems to work fine
GNOME, KDE and Unity being built on top of GNOME are all designed for modern computers. LXDE, Xfce, MATE, Enlightenment, IceWM are all real light. 2GB RAM can run a functioning Cinnamon environment even.
It's been a while since I actually used Unity, and that was with 2GB. What about your CPU/GPU? AMD is horrible anyways, but on Linux you can really notice it. That said, Debian + MATE works wonderfully on this all AMD Toshiba shitbook.