Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin [Review]

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS here is the new settings and system design improvements

Canonical, with an announcement via his official blog, has started to show its users some samples on the features and innovations that we see implemented in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin. A few days ago, the same company had announced that Ubuntu needed quality and which, among other things, there would be new in terms of design and system settings. With a public document, which you can find on this page, Canonical wanted to show some of the jobs that we will soon be available in future updates of Ubuntu 12.04.
After reading this document, I reported in this article some of the main news and features, of course, comments and opinions from you are always welcome!

New Shutdown

Here is the new dialog box will warn us of what action to take when we are willing to restart and / or shutdown the system:

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Hibernation and Sleep

On some computers, the hibernation will be activated manually and will not be enabled by default. The suspension, however, will always be present by default:

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New System Settings

The system settings will have a whole new look and organization, with icons for more optionsand better spaced grouped:

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Various aesthetic improvements and refinements

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New menus (power)

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Display Preferences

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Activity Log Manager now will be “Privacy”

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Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Alpha 1 New Features

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Source: chimerarevo.com


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