Steve Smith, host of your Technology Questions Answered, demonstrates how to remove or disable Unity in Ubuntu 11.04.
Episode #1-35 released on May 29, 2011
Welcome to another episode of your Technology Questions Answered. This week, I'll demonstrate how to disable unity from your sessions by showing you a session specific selection method, and a future session specific modification to your login method. Each of these methods takes less than 30 seconds to accomplish, and Unity remains accessible for future use, if need be.
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Unity is a new form of navigation for Ubuntu allowing users to quickly access most commonly used applications. It is also in its first stages. Most users, however, maybe be more comfortable with the Ubuntu Classic interface because it is clearly marked and displayed. Today, you'll learn disable Unity.
I uninstalled Unity instead of disabling it in Ubuntu 11.04, what can I do to get it back?
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