Hands on Acer’s Aspire One is ready to go out of the box, but if you’ve opted for the Linux version and you’re new to the OS, you may be wondering how to started. Here are ten things to try.
Before we start, a warning. Later tips involve working with Linux configuration files, which do not take kindly to errors. Check your typing very carefully, particularly spaces and capital letters, and only proceed if you’re comfortable. Back up your data, and ensure you have a recovery disk on stand-by. We’ve done our best to check the text below, but we won’t be held responsible if your AA1 crashes and data is lost. Nothing here will damage your machine or void your warranty – at worst, you’ll have to reinstall the OS using the Recovery Disc that comes with the AA1.
Read the about the 10 tweaks here @ reghardware.co.uk