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Next to the blank area on the top panel (where you can create short cuts of the application) is the fast user switch icon. This icon shows the current user of your computer. You can click the icon to view other users on the computer and switch to another user.
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You will learn more about fast user switching in the <emphasis role="strong">Fast User Switching</emphasis> topic of this lesson.
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The Fast User Switch Icon
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The System tray contains the network and sound icons for quick access to network and sound settings. You can check the network configuration of the computer and adjust the volume of your computer's speaker.
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The current date and time is displayed next to the System tray. If you click the date and time, a calendar is displayed.
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The last icon on the top panel shuts down, restarts, hibernates, locks your computer and places it on standby.
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Top Panel Icons
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The first icon on the bottom panel provides quick access to the desktop. If multiple windows are open on your desktop and you would like to minimise all of them together, click this icon. Clicking again will display your windows in their original state, before you minimised them.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:339(para)
Show the Desktop
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Translated and reviewed by Cédric VALMARY (Tot en òc)
Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:346(title)
Next to the icon used to minimise the windows is a blank area in which the list of open application windows appears, similar to the taskbar in Windows. When you open an application, it's listed on this area for easy access, as shown in the bottom panel of the following screen:
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