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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)
Ensure that you browse through each element very quickly because more details will be covered in the subsequent lessons.
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Default Ubuntu Desktop
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You can arrange icons and files on the desktop to access them quickly. If a CD, hard disk or any other external device is connected to your computer, Ubuntu automatically displays its icon on the desktop to allow easy access to the device.
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Desktop Icons
Icònas del burèu
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At the top and bottom of the desktop are two bars, called panels.
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Desktop Panels
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This menu contains all the applications installed on your computer such as games, music players, Web browsers and e-mail clients.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:128(para)
The Application Menu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:134(title)
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