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New Asus eee user? Read this!

This is my first blog post using the powerful combination of my new (replacement) Asus eee and the Scribefire plugin for Firefox. :-)

The purpose of this post is to demonstrate how I have setup my eee for better productivity (i.e. made it more powerful whilst retaining ease-of-use). I think you’ll agree that my setup at least looks good:

There’s two programs/scripts I used to get to the above. I was made aware of these by the excellent Eeeuser.com wiki, which should definitely be your first port of call! In particular, the following are very useful:

  • pimpmyeee (a script that turns on and turns off features – includes themes, icons, ‘Advanced Mode’, etc.)
  • TweakEEE (a program that is installed to the Settings tab and allows you to modify the Easy Mode user interface)

By using these two programs/scripts I now have the advantage of being able to use the fantastic Easy Mode whilst having the power and flexibility of accessing the Start Menu. This means I can install and access programs such as Frostwire and the GIMP quickly and easily using Synaptic Package Manager:

How have YOU modified your eee? Are you pleased with the results?:p

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  1. i have an eeepc 1000h.i want to upgrade my ram to 2GB…I have heard from other eeepc 1000h users that they were successful using 667Mhz DDR2 SODIMM modules,however i also noticed that there is also a 800Mhz module…Which is the best to use?or does the 800Mhz works better than the 667?