Gloobus Coverflow is a new program on Linux that lets you view all of your files without actually opening them! It's very similar to Apple's Quicklook, but is made for Linux.
New to Ubuntu Linux? This computer operating system could be a bit tricky for beginners, but fret not, help is here. Check out this video tutorial on how to install Gloobus Coverflow on Ubuntu Linux.
Gloobus is a preview software that lets you view files so quickly without having to open them in their normal software. It's based on Apple's Quicklook and it has 2 main options. The Coverflow effect for a folder and the preview window for the files.
Gloobus Preview version 0.4.1 already released that some of the new function is a support for Karmic Koala. To install Gloobus 0.4.1, you need to insert this following PPA into your software sources:
The first main impression of Gloobus is its really suitable for Linux users because it allowed Linux users to preview their files, videos (like avi, wmv), musics like (mp3, wma, mp4), or even office files.
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