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#1 tealover


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Posted 27 April 2016 - 04:21 PM

I'm a bit new to 8.1 which I  really like. I dual boot 8.1 with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to achieve maximum flexibility as both both have their advantages.


I'd like 8.1 apps to show lower level apps to  progress downwards, much like a tree structure Is this possible?


This facility  is provided by the Ubuntu for which you can choose to install up to  can 8 desktops I find the most suitable ares GNOME Flashback (Compiz) and Gnome Flashback (Metacity).


This might be confusing for  this forum as knowledge of both Ubuntu and Win 8.1 are needed. But I didn't want to post identical threads in this  forum and the linux forum.


Can anyone please suggest a solution?

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