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Kali Linux tips to consider after installation

Installing Kali Linux can be great, but the reality is that you do need to perform some optimization after the installation.

Kali Linux tips to consider after installation

Kali Linux tips to consider after installation. With that in mind, here are some of the best things you can do to optimize it after its installation.

Enable or disable the intelligent sidebar

The intelligent sidebar sounds great but only on paper. You do want to avoid this sort of thing if you are not going to use it, so go to the terminal and remove it as fast as you can.

Install external drivers

Even if Linux may tend to have some drivers on its own, installing drivers as fast as possible will be a crucial aspect here.

Disable the screen lock gnome feature

The screen lock is not going to be that impressive for you. It does look great, but value-wise you are not getting a lot. So yes, you want to find an unique approach that helps bring in front the value and quality you need.

Avoid adding extra repositories

Usually, adding more repositories will just lead to more issues. Avoid adding kali-rolling or kali-dev, these are not going to help you.

Add a non-root user

In case you don’t want to be a root user, you need to add this in the terminal, (replace AAA with your own username:

“ root@kali:~# useradd -m AAA -G sudo -s /bin/bash
root@kali:~# passwd muts
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
root@kali:~# ”

Don’t install Flash player

Yes, it’s just as bad as the Windows version, so just keep it away from your installation.

Keep the System Up to Date

Kali Linux tips to consider after installation
Kali Linux tips to consider after installation

As you can see, these are some wonderful ideas that you will like quite a lot. If you want to have a great Kali Linux installation, all you need is to follow these ideas and the overall results can be downright amazing.

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