Unsettings: a new tool to configure Unity

Hated by some and appreciated by others, Unity has a disadvantage: not being able customize Unity for the convenience and comfort of the user. Unity fills that void.

This is a new tool which allows you to configure Unity and some other aspects of Ubuntu in a simple and intuitive way.

One of the problems attributed to Unity is its lack of configuration. That is why applications such as MyUnity or Ubuntu Tweak began to appear, which graphically help us to change parameters to customize it to our liking.

Unsettings is another program that makes Unity setup easy.

The program allows you to save the configuration in a text file to be able to restore it in case of a problem or for example to be able to apply the same configuration on another computer.

It is possible to install the latest version of Unsetting (0.05) that fixes some bugs and adds support for some languages, from this PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: diesch / testing
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install unsettings

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  1.   Lucas Matias Gomez said

    Very good data, then I compare it with the Ubuntu tweek options

  2.   Asdfas said

    Interesting to know and be informed. Good article.

  3.   JorgedeSaliceta said

    Can't make it take longer to appear? I mean the unity bar; that does not appear the moment it takes half a second for example.