Linux Mint Debian Edition Menu Search Engines
Linux Mint Debian Edition version has a completely new kind of Search Engines!
If you’re used to type on the keyboard and filter through your applications, you’ll soon get used to opening your menu and typing on your keyboard to install software, to Google or Wikipedia something, to search for files on your computer or to lookup something in the dictionary.
It can be used to install new software, in the search bar type the name of the program what you want to install and press the Install Package.
Install additional software? It ask, Do you want to install package “smplayer”? Click Install.
It downloading all packages files. also dependencies.
Installing Software, the marked changes are now being applied. This can take some time. Pleas wait.
The program installed, and can be found in on its own category.
You can search directly from the Wikipedia or Google.
It opens the Wikipedia or Google pages.
Or search after files on your own computer.
Search results will highlight the files and folders where the word occurs.
You can also search the dictionary.
Results! Dictionaries can be installed with the Packages Manager.
And, of course, also apply for installed software.
And that’s not all! As they say on TV commercials!
Search bar on the right side, is the magnifying glass icon.
Linux Mint Debian Edition Menu Search Engines allows you to search for the Linux Mint Community website software, instructions, ideas, systems, users, or Linux Mint compatible devices. So, if you’re looking for a printer that is compatible with Mint 9, or you’ve got trouble setting up something on your Vaio laptop, just type “printer” or “sony vaio” and click on “Find Hardware”.
You will automatically enter the Linux Mint Community page and to the right place. The Community website is growing every day, with information written for and by Linux Mint users, and its ideas, users, hardware devices, software reviews and tutorials are now just a click away.