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The highlights of Ubuntu desktop
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:12(para)
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How to change the default language
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How to create a new user account and take advantage of user switching
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To add and remove applications
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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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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:35(emphasis)
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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)
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Ubuntu Desktop Components
Components del Burèu Ubuntu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:47(title)
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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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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:52(emphasis)
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