The title kind of explains everything. This problem not only happens with chrome, but every browser, and on other application that has a file browser. I’m currently on Ubuntu 14.04, and everytime I click on a “Choose File” file browser from google chrome, and use CTRL+WINDOWS+D to go to Desktop, when I come back to chrome, the browsers kind of freezes, caused by the Open File Dialog disappearing making it impossible to interact with the…"If I click on Choose File from google chrome and go to Desktop using Ctrl+Windows+D, the file browser disappears and browser freezes"
I’m a linux newbie, but i instsalled it on my laptop, without dualbooting it with windows, so i think i replaced it with windows, and now i wanna reinstall windows without deleting Ubuntu, like dualboot it without uninstalling linux. Because i’m a newbie, if possible, can i have a step per step guide? Thanks in advance."How to dualboot windows, from Ubuntu 16.10"
I have iCloud Drive installed on a Windows 10 machine since 6 month or so. A few days ago, when the computer became slow, I discovered that iCloud Drive makes write accesses to my hard drive with 2-4MB/s all the time without me doing anything in the cloud directory on any machine. What could be the reason?"iCloud Drive keeps writing to hard drive"
How can one identify, and remove, software which is installed on Ubuntu (14.04) which is non-Ubuntu software? I understand I need to do this so that my upgrade to 16.04 isn’t blocked. From various posts I have tried these to no avail. This returns nothing grep ppa /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* This > ls /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ returns ros-latest.list ros-latest.list.distUpgrade ros-latest.list.save Is this what I need to remove? I have tried the following, but am clearly missing some knowledge.…"How to do identify non-Ubuntu software"
Guy’s my Skype application is Freezing,Crashing please help me how to fix it..?"How to Fix Skype Is Freezing,Crashing And Won’t Work Problem?"
Is there any way to dual boot a raspberry pi 3 between snappy core and raspbian (or any other OS)? the installation instructions talk about dd’ing the ubuntu core image which I imagine will overwrite the partition table of the sd card"Dual boot Ubuntu snappy core + raspbian"
When I run Deja-dup for the first time, it makes a backup just fine. However, when I run it a couple of days later to do an update, I get the following error: Error splicing file: Input/output error This by itself was no help so I took the advice of several postings and ran it from the terminal shell as follows: DEJA_DUP_DEBUG=1 deja-dup –backup It repeatedly produced the following error: DUPLICITY: DEBUG 1 DUPLICITY: .…"Deja-dup splicing error on Ubuntu 17.04"
I am in big trouble since last few weeks… I am getting 100% disk utilization on my Windows, while I can see no process is significantly using the disk. The issue is faced by many as you can see there are many many threads on this: on superuser.com on answers.microsoft.com This is how it looks like: 100% disk usage No process is significantly using the disk Also I created a thread on answers.microsoft.com to ask…"Can Windows 10 100% disk utilization be due to bad sectors? can this be solved by hard formatting hard disk?"
I am currently having issues with sound redirection while using remote desktop from Windows 10 Pro, Creators update. I am able to connect in using RDP, however the hosts sound is not transmitted to the RDP session. Things I have tried: Rebooting Checking host volume control Verifying that RDP client has ‘Play on this computer’ Using different RDP clients to connect (Android/Windows) Disabling Firewall/AV Checking sound services are started Checked group polices for RDP sound…"Windows 10 Remote Desktop sound redirection not working"
I have a router from my ISP which is connected with an TP-Link WR1043ND with OpenWrt installed. I pay for a 100MBit connection and if I try a speedtest, I get 80-95 Mbit, but only if I connect my ISP router directly with my PC. If I connect my PC with the OpenWrt Router, I only get 8-9 MBit. I already tried the following: Switch cables to check if the cable is the problem OpenWrt…"OpenWrt slow internet"