If you are one who strives for greater productivity on computers you probably know that having to switch between the keyboard and the mouse in the middle of your work is so painful. While keyboard buffs can use shortcuts to remain at the keyboard, what if you mostly interact with the mouse? Or what if you don’t want to memorize shortcut keys?
Well the solution is screen actions. Linux offers a variety of ways to get the screen actions going. Here are two ways to get screen actions on your Ubuntu desktop (this will work for other distros as well. Menus and names may vary):