You must have known CPU-z, a windows application that lets you to find out Hardware information of your system. Now we have similar application named CPU-G with actually have same function and 'interface' that's run on ubuntu.
How to install CPU-G on Ubuntu

First before you install it, download CPU-z source installer (*.deb) here, wait until download process finish, go to CPU-G download directory then type following command in your terminal
    sudo dpkg -i cpu-g_0.9.0_i386.deb 
    sudo apt-get -f install 

change "cpu-g_0.9.0_i386.deb" with CPU-G file installer you have download.

How to run CPU-G on Ubuntu

How to install it is quiet simple, open your terminal or type ALT + F2. then type "cpu-g" there. The CPU-G should running on. [thanks to tahutek.net]

source http://www.ubuntubuzz.com/

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How to customize the font and color of the panel clock in Ubuntu and Linux Mint Mate

If you are using the Mate edition of Linux Mint ( either 13 or 14), the default clock at the right corner will look like this
I will show you a small trick to change the font and color of this clock widget to make it look somehow like this:
The trick is pretty simple. First, you will need to get the Digital font. Just download it here then install it.

Next, create a file named .gtkrc-2.0 in the home folder and copy-paste the following lines into it:
 style "my-panel-clock"  
 fg[NORMAL] = "#272727"
 font_name = "DS-Digital Bold 12"  
 widget "*.clock-applet-button.*" style "my-panel-clock"  

After that, just hit Alt+F2 and run the following command to reset the bottom panel:
 pkill mate-panel  

Note: You can edit the font, size and the color code in the .gtkrc-2.0 file to meet your preference.

source: http://www.linuxandlife.com/

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