By Chuck Easttom
So much desktop clients make the most of the home windows working method. this present day, although, a becoming quantity are both relocating to Linux or would favor the choice. One issue conserving many folks again is the terror of studying a brand new working method and purposes. This publication makes use of a pleasant type to stroll the consumer during the transition from home windows to Linux, step by step. It covers all features of Linux, together with: set up, configuration, shell instructions, KDE, GNOME, developing a Linux net server, and relocating from software program functions akin to Photoshop to GIMP and Microsoft workplace to Open workplace. relocating From home windows to Linux teaches the common home windows consumer easy methods to organize, keep, and make the most of all points of a Linux notebook fast and simply.
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In earlier versions of Red Hat you saw a K in this location. Clicking on the Red Hat icon is much like clicking on the Start button at the bottom-left corner of Windows. When you click on the Red Hat icon, you are given access to a number of options. 2. 1: The KDE start screen. 2: The Windows Start screen. You can see that the menus are very similar. This should give you some level of comfort. The KDE interface is not that different from Windows, and you should be able to get comfortable with the KDE interface in a short time.
However, you do have the option of adding user accounts right now if you so desire. Either way, it is probably a good idea to take a minute and add a user account for yourself. That way, you can log on without needing to do so as root. A common system for usernames is to use the first initial of the first name with the last name. For example, the author’s username might be ceasttom. Note It is usually unwise to simply log on as root every time you use your PC. The reason is that root has complete and unfettered access to the entire system.
The bottom taskbar looks quite similar to the one in Windows. The icons on the left side are shortcuts to Open Office, an office productivity suite that we will examine in detail later in this book. On the right side of the taskbar you should see a clock displaying the current time. The shortcut icons in the taskbar are simply some common applications you might need. Let’s examine how to add a shortcut or delete an existing one. Deleting is quite simple. You simply right-click on an icon with your mouse and choose Remove from the menu that appears.
Moving from Windows to Linux (Networking Series) by Chuck Easttom