Tilda in Ubuntu MATE 15.04

The first of a short series of videos introducing new features in Ubuntu MATE 15.04.

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I was a bit surprised at first because I only knew Tilda as something to be found in my plate and not in my laptop... :wink:
Welcome addition: guake is one of the first apps I install on a new distro, and if Tilda does the same job with less RAM, amen.


Nice one Martin. As S says above, if it does the same job as Guake but with less ram, then it’s a no brainer.

just give advice, please put a subtitle for deaf who interesting in linux, thanks. :smiley: