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To add and remove applications
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:24(para)
How to enable 3D Desktop effects
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Instructor Notes:
Nòtas de l'instructor[nbsp]:
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All the topics in this lesson are mandatory. To familiarise the students with the basic features of the new desktop, this lesson should primarily be a hands on session.
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This section serves as a quick tour of the Ubuntu desktop. The course will go into more detail in later lessons, but this will give you a taste of what's ahead.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:42(para)
Ubuntu Desktop Components
Components del Burèu Ubuntu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:47(title)
Highlight the fact that unlike other operating systems, Ubuntu comes with a completely clean desktop, by default. Users are free to add icons and files on the desktop according to their preferences.
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GNOME is the default desktop environment for Ubuntu. GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is an international effort to build a complete desktop environment—the graphical user interface, which sits on top of a computer operating system—entirely from free software. This goal includes creating software development frameworks, selecting application software for the desktop and working on the programmes which manage application launching, file handling and window and task management. Community members worldwide contribute to the translation and accessibility of the desktop in multiple languages. (Reference: <ulink url=""></ulink>)
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:58(para)
Key Desktop Components on Ubuntu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:69(title)
When you start your computer, the first screen displayed on Ubuntu is the logon screen, where you type your user name and password. The next screen displayed is the Ubuntu desktop. Ubuntu comes with a completely clean desktop background, free of icons by default.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:71(para)
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