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Alessio Ciregia

Add speech to your Fedora system

By default, Fedora Workstation ships a small package called espeak. It adds a speech synthesizer — that is, text-to-speech software. In today’s world, talking devices are nothing impressive as they’re very common. You can find speech synthesizers even in your… Continue Reading →

Creating and using Nautilus templates

Have you ever noticed that by default there’s a Templates folder in your home directory? In some file managers, there’s an item in the right-click menu to “Create empty file” or “Create new file”.  However, Files (also known as Nautilus) lets you… Continue Reading →

How to install Fedora as a VirtualBox guest

There are many ways to give Fedora a try if you are currently using another operating system. One way that will have little impact on your current operating system is to create a live USB of Fedora, and boot directly… Continue Reading →

Integrating scripts in Nautilus to perform useful tasks

Files (also known as Nautilus) is the default file browser in Fedora Workstation. One of the super-handy, yet lesser known features in Nautilus is the ability to add scripts to run against one or more files. You can use this… Continue Reading →

Get the most out of GNOME notifications

For many users, GNOME 3, also known as Gnome Shell, is the definitive desktop interface. It’s clean and simple, without too many twinkles or distractions. That said, this article describes some tricks to change the GNOME notifications experience. Notifications Alert extension Notifications in… Continue Reading →

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