How to create desktop shortcuts in Linux

Desktop shortcuts creation in Linux

Many people find it useful to organize some of their most frequented applications as shortcuts on their desktop. This allows for quick launching of programs or custom shortcuts. Although most Linux systems rely on a sidebar app launcher or start menu, desktop shortcut launchers can allow you to open applications or websites super fast, since they live right on your desktop and make the targets only a click away.

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How to auto login on CentOS

How to auto login on CentOS

The purpose of this tutorial is to enable auto login on GNOME GUI and the KDE Plasma desktop environment on CentOS Linux system. If you are using CentOS and getting tired of needing to provide your password every time your computer boots up, or goes back to the lock screen, then enabling auto login will save you some time and frustration.

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How to use and install Rofi on Linux tutorial

Rofi is a free and open source application typically used in the context of very minimal graphical environments on Linux (simple windows manager like i3, instead of full fledged desktop environments like GNOME or KDE). Rofi has multiple functions: it can work as a window switcher, an application launcher or a run dialog, and can be used as a replacement for dmenu.

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