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Getting to know your Desktop Environment
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:14(title)
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:16(title) newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:65(title) newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:194(title)
When your computer has finished booting up, and after entering your login data, you will arrive at the Xubuntu desktop. It comes with many features that make your life easy, and it is well worth the time to get to know your way around it.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:17(para)
As you can see, your desktop has two panels: one on top, and one on the bottom of the screen.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:20(para)
Top Panel
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:24(title)
The top panel is mainly used for starting applications and navigating to different places on your computer. It also comes with a logout button, system tray and a clock.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:27(para)
Clicking on <guimenuitem>Applications</guimenuitem> will open the system menu, offering you many choices of applications to start. Note that you can also access your Settings, Help, and a logout dialog from the <guimenuitem>Applications</guimenuitem> menu.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:28(para)
Clicking on the <emphasis>logout button</emphasis> (looks like a door with a red arrow) will bring up a menu with choices for logging out, shutting down, rebooting, and, depending on your hardware, suspending or hibernating your computer.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:31(para)
Use the checkbox <guimenuitem>Save session for future logins</guimenuitem> to have all the currently running programs auto-started the next time you log in.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:35(para)
Next to the clock is a small area called the <emphasis>system tray</emphasis>. Some programs will show up as a small icon in the system tray while they are running in the background. The system tray is also used for informing you about updates to your system. If such an update becomes available, you will see a small speech bubble pop up giving you the necessary information to keep your system up to date and secure.
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Located in newtoubuntu/C/xfce-desktop.xml:39(para)
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