DDE Desktop Environment User Manual

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Overview

DDE desktop environment is an elegant, secure, reliable and easy to use GUI comprised of the desktop, dock, launcher and control center. Acting as the key basis for our operating system, its main interface is shown as below.

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Getting Started

When you enter DDE for the very first time, a welcome program will automatically start. You can watch the introduction video, select your desktop style and icon theme, and learn more about the system functions.

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Desktop

Desktop is the main screen you see after logging in. On the desktop, you can create a new file/folder, sort files, open in terminal, set wallpaper and screensaver and etc. You can also add shortcuts for applications on desktop by using [Send to desktop](#Set App Shortcut).

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Create New Folder/Document

Just as in File Manager, you can create a new folder/document on the desktop, or do some operations for the files on it.

  • Right-click the desktop, select New folder and enter the name for it.
  • Right-click the desktop, select New document, select the type and enter its name.

Right-click a file or folder on the desktop, and use the features of File Manager as below:

Function Description
Open with Select an app to open it.
Cut Move it to another location.
Copy Copy it to another location.
Rename Change its name.
Delete Delete and move it to the trash.
Create link Create a shortcut of the file or folder.
Tag information Add a tag.
Compress/Extract Compress the file or folder, or extract the compressed file.
Properties View the basic info, share it or change the permission.

Sort Files

Sort the files on your desktop to make it organized and fit your needs.

  1. Right-click the desktop.
  2. Click Sort by, you can:
  • Click Name to display files in the name sequence.
  • Click Size to display files in the size sequence.
  • Click Type to display files in type.
  • Click Time modified to display files in the order of last modified date.

tipsTips: Check Auto arrange, icons on the desktop will be listed in order automatically, and if an icon is removed, another one will fill in the blank.

Adjust Icon Size

  1. Right-click the desktop.
  2. Click Icon size, and choose a proper size.

tipsTips: Press Ctrl + =/- scrolling mouse wheel to adjust icon size on the desktop and in Launcher.

Set Display

You can set display scaling, screen resolution, brightness and so on from the desktop.

  1. Right-click the desktop.
  2. Click Display Settings to open the settings in Control Center.

notesNotes: For specific operations, please refer to Display.

Change Wallpaper

Select some elegant and fashionable wallpapers to beautify your desktop and make it distinctive.

  1. Right-click the desktop.
  2. Click Wallpaper and Screensaver to preview all the wallpapers.
  3. Click your favorite one and it will apply in your desktop and screen lock.
  4. You can also choose Only desktop or Only lock screen.

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tipsTips: You can also set your favorite picture as wallpaper in an image viewer.

Clipboard

All the texts, pictures and documents cut and copied by the current user after login are displayed in the clipboard, which can be copied quickly by double-clicking the clipboard. The clipboard is cleared automatically after logout and shutdown.

  1. Use the shortcuts Ctrl+Alt+ V to wake up the clipboard.

  2. Double-click in the clipboard to copy the current content quickly and the corresponding block will be moved to the top of the clipboard.

  3. Select the target destination to paste it.

  4. Clickcloseto delete the current content and click Clear All to clear the clipboard.

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Dock

Dock is at the bottom of the desktop by default to help you quickly open frequently-used applications, which includes Launcher, applications, system tray, and plugins. In the dock, you can open launcher, show the desktop, enter the workspaces, open and exit apps, set input methods, adjust the volume, connect to the network, view the calendar and enter the shutdown interface, and so on.

Icons on Dock

In the Dock, there are icons of Launcher, applications, system tray, and plugins.

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Icon Description
launcher Launcher - click to view all the installed applications.
deepin-toggle-desktop Click to show the desktop.
dde-file-manager File Manager - click to view files and folders on the disk.
dde-calendar Calendar - view dates and create new schedules.
controlcenter Control Center - click to check or change system settings.
notification Notification Center - show all notifications from the system and applications.
onboard Onboard virtual keyboard.
shutdown Click to enter the shutdown interface.
trash Trash.

tipsTips: In Efficient Mode, you can click the right side of Dock to show the desktop. Move the cursor to the running app in the Dock and you will see its preview window.

Switch Display Mode

There are two display modes of Dock: fashion mode and efficient mode, icon sizes are different in them.

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You can switch the display modes by the following operations:

  1. Right-click the Dock and select Mode.
  2. Select the display mode.

Change Dock Location

You can place Dock on any direction of your desktop.

  1. Right-click the Dock and select Location.
  2. Select a location.

Change Dock Height

Drag the top edge to increase or decrease the height.

Show/Hide Plugins

  1. Right-click the Dock and select Plugins.
  2. On the submenu, you can check or uncheck Trash, Power, Show Desktop, Onboard, and Datetime to show or hide the corresponding icon in the Dock.

View Notifications

When there are system or application notifications, they will be shown in the middle of the screen. If there are buttons in the message, click buttons to do the actions; if there are not, click the message to close it.

notification

Click notification in Dock to view all the notifications.

View Date and Time

  • Hover the cursor over the Time icon in Dock to view the current time, date and day of the week.
  • Click the Time icon to open Calendar.

Enter Shutdown Interface

There are two ways to enter the shutdown interface:

  • Click shutdown in Dock.
  • Click poweroff_normal at the bottom right corner of Launcher mini mode.
Function Description
Shut down poweroff_normal Shut down the computer.
Reboot reboot_normal Restart the computer.
Lock lock_normal Lock the computer with the password. Or press Super + L to lock it.
Switch user userswitch_normal Log in with another user account.
Log out logout_normal End all the processes and initialize the system.
Start system monitordeepin-system-monitor View the running processes and end the one you want.

notesNotes: userswitch_normal will be shown if there are multiple accounts in the system.

Trash

You can find all deleted files in the trash, which can be restored or emptied.

Restore Files

You can restore deleted files in Trash or press Ctrl + Z to restore the lately deleted files.

  1. Select the file in the trash.
  2. Right-click the file and select Restore.
  3. The file will be in its original path.

attentionAttention: If the original folder of the file has been deleted, the deleted file will be restored to a new folder automatically created.

Empty Trash

In the trash, click Empty to permanently delete all the files in the trash.

Launcher

Launcher launcher helps you manage all the installed applications, where you can quickly find an application by category navigation or by a search.

tipsTips: You can view newly installed applications in Launcher. The newly-installed ones are followed with a blue dot.

Switch Launcher Modes

There are two display modes of Launcher: fullscreen mode and mini mode. Click the icon at the upper right corner to switch modes.

Both modes support searching applications and sending them to the desktop or Dock.

The mini mode also supports opening File Manager, Control Center and shutdown interface directly.

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Sort Applications

In fullscreen mode, all applications in Launcher are listed by the installation time by default. You can sort the application icons as the ways below:

  • Hover the cursor over an application icon, hold down the left key of mouse, drag and drop the application icon to arrange it freely.
  • Click the category icon category on the upper left in Launcher to arrange the icons by category.

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In mini mode, applications are displayed according to using frequency by default.

Find Applications

In Launcher, you can scroll up and down to find an application, or locate it with the category navigation.

If you already know the application name, just search for it.

Set App Shortcut

The shortcut offers a method to run applications easily and quickly.

Create App Shortcut

Send the application icon to the desktop or Dock to facilitate the follow-up operations.

In Launcher, right-click an app icon and you can:

  • Select Send to desktop to create a shortcut on the desktop.
  • Select Send to dock to fix the application icon in Dock.

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notesNotes: You can drag the application icon from Launcher to Dock. But you cannot drag and drop the application while it is running. Then you can right-click the application icon in Dock and select Dock to fix it in order to open it quickly for the next time.

Delete Shortcut

Delete a shortcut from the desktop directly, or remove it from Dock or Launcher.

Remove the shortcut from Dock:

  • Hold down the left key of mouse, drag and drop the icon away from Dock.
  • You cannot drag and drop the application icon while it is running. Then you can right-click the application icon in Dock and select Undock to remove it from Dock.

Remove the shortcut from Launcher:

In Launcher, right-click the icon and you can:

  • Select Remove from desktop to delete the shortcut from the desktop.
  • Select Remove from dock to remove the application icon from Dock.

notesNotes: The above operations only delete the shortcut rather than uninstall the applications.

Run Applications

For the applications whose shortcuts have been created on the desktop or Dock, you can open them in the following ways:

  • Double-click the desktop icon or right-click it and select Open.
  • Click the application icon in Dock or right-click it and select Open.

To open the application only shown in Launcher, click the icon or right-click it and select Open.

tipsTips: For the frequently-used applications, right-click the app icon and select Add to startup to run it when the computer boots.

Control Center

You can manage the system settings in Control Center, including account management, network settings, date and time, personalization, display settings, etc. After entering the desktop environment, click controlcenter to open Control Center.

Homepage Introduction

The homepage of Control Center provides several setting modules and click one to enter the detailed settings.

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Once you open a setting module in Control Center, the navigation appears on the left. Click the left navigation to quickly switch to other settings.

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Title Bar

The title bar contains the back button, search box, main menu and the window buttons.

  • Back button: Click back to go back to the homepage.
  • Search box: Input a keyword and search the related settings.
  • Main menu: Click menu to enter the main menu where you can set the window theme, view the manual and exit.

Accounts

You have already created an account when installing the system. Here you can modify account settings or create a new one.

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Create New Account

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click account_normal.
  2. Click add.
  3. Input a username and a password twice.
  4. Click Create.
  5. Input the password of the current user account in the authentication dialog box, and the new account will be added to the account list.

Change Account Avatar

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click account_normal.
  2. Click an existing account in the list.
  3. Click the user avatar.
  4. Select a avatar or upload a local avatar.

Set Full Name

The account full name is shown in account list and system login interface and you can set it as needed.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click account_normal.
  2. Click an existing account in the list.
  3. Click edit after Full Name, and input a name.

Change Password

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click account_normal.

  2. Click the current account.

  3. Click Change Password.

  4. Input a new password twice and confirm.

Delete Account

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click account_normal.
  2. Click an account that's not logged in.
  3. Click Delete Account.
  4. Click Delete in the pop-up window.

attentionAttention: The logged in account cannot be deleted.

Privilege

The first account has administrator privilege when you install the system. All other accounts you add after that are common users. One account can be grouped in many user groups.

Group setting

When you add or modify accounts, you can:

  • Select a group existing in the system.
  • Select the group with the same name as the current user.
  • Select the group with the same name as another user when the account was previously added.

Display

Set screen resolution, brightness, direction and display scaling properly to have the best visual effect.

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Single Screen Settings

Change Resolution
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click Resolution.
  3. Select a proper resolution in the list.
  4. Click Save.
Adjust Brightness
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click Brightness.
    • Drag the slider to set screen brightness.
    • Switch on Night Shift, the screen hue will be auto-adjusted according to your location.
    • Switch on Auto Brightness, the monitor will change the brightness automatically according to ambient light (shown only if PC has a light sensor).
Change Refresh Rate
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click Refresh Rate.
  3. Select a proper one, and click Save.
Change Display Direction
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click rotate.
  3. Every time you click, the screen will rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise.
  4. To restore to the original direction, click the right button to exit; to use the current direction, press Ctrl+ S to save it.

Multiple Screen Settings

Expand your desktop by multiple screens! Use VGA/HDMI/DP cable to connect your computer to other display devices.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click Multiple Displays.
  3. Select a display mode:
    • Duplicate: display the same image on other screens.
    • Extend: expand the desktop across the screens.
    • Customize: customize the display settings for multiple screens.

In multiple displays, press Super + P to show its OSD.

Operations are as follows:

  1. Hold Super and press P or click to select the options.
  2. Release the keys, the selected mode will take into effect.

notesNotes: When the multiple displays are in the extend mode, only the main screen supports desktop icon display, right-click menu operation and other functions, while the sub-screens do not.

Custom Settings
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click display_normal.
  2. Click Multiple Displays > Customize.
  3. Click Recognize.
  4. Choose Merge or Split the screens, specify the main screen, set the resolution and refresh rate, and rotate screen if you want.
  5. Click Save.

notesNotes: “Merge” means duplicate mode, “Split” means extend mode.

Default Application Settings

If you have installed several applications with similar functions, such as text editor, choose one of them to be the default application to open that type of file.

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Set Default Application

  1. Right-click the file, choose Open with > Set default program.
  2. Select one application, Set as default is checked by default, and click Confirm.
  3. The application will automatically be added to the default application list in Control Center.

Change Default Application

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click default_applications_normal.
  2. Select a file type.
  3. Select another one in the list as the default application.

Add Default Application

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click default_applications_normal.
  2. Select a file type.
  3. Click add below to add a desktop file (usually at /usr/share/applications) or a specified binary file as the default application.
  4. The application will be added to the list and set as default application automatically.

Delete Default Application

In the default application list, you can only delete the applications you added. To remove other applications from the list, the only way is to uninstall them. Once uninstalled, they will automatically be deleted from the list.

To delete the default applications you have added, do as below:

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click default_applications_normal.
  2. Select a file type.
  3. Click close after the application name to delete it.

Personalization Settings

You can set theme, accent color, font, change the appearance of the desktop and windows to your favorite style.

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Set Window Theme

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click personalization_normal.
  2. Click General.
  3. Select one window theme, which will be used as system theme.

notesNotes: “Auto” means changing window theme automatically according to the sunset and sunrise time. After sunrise, it is light theme; after sunset, it is dark theme.

Change Accent Color

Accent color refers to the color used when you select one option or file in the system.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click personalization_normal.
  2. Click General.
  3. Pick a color under Accent Color and view its effects.

Set Icon Theme

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click personalization_normal.
  2. Click Icon Theme and select an icon style.

Set Cursor Theme

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click personalization_normal.
  2. Click Cursor Theme and select a set of cursors.

Change Font

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click personalization_normal.
  2. Click Font.
  3. Set the font and font size for the system.

Network Settings

After login, you need to connect to a network first and then surf the Internet!

tipsTips: Check your network status by hovering over or clicking the network icon in Dock.

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Wired Network

Wired network is secure and stable, which makes it the most common way to connect to the Internet. After your router is set, connect both ends of the network cable to the computer and router to connect to a wired network.

  1. Plug the cable into the network slot of a computer.
  2. Plug another end of the cable into the router or network port.
  3. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  4. Click Wired Network to enter the setting page of wired network.
  5. Switch on Wired Network Adapter to enable wired network.
  6. If it is successfully connected to the network, there will be a prompt “Wired Connection connected”.

You can also edit and add a new wired network in the setting page.

Mobile Network

If you are at a place without network, mobile network adapter is a useful tool to help you connect to the Internet as long as the place is covered by telephone signals.

  1. Plug the mobile network adapter into your computer USB port.
  2. Your computer will auto connect to the network.
  3. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  4. Click Mobile Network to view the detailed network info.

DSL/PPPoE Connections

DSL is a dial-up connection using a standard phone line and analog modem to access the Internet. Configure the modem, plug the telephone line into the network interface of the computer, create a broadband dial-up connection, and enter the user name and password provided by the operator to dial up the Internet.

Create a PPPoE Connection
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  2. Click DSL.
  3. Click add.
  4. Enter the name, your account and password the operator provides.
  5. Click Save. The connection will automatically start.

VPN

VPN is a virtual private network. Its main function is to establish a private network on the public network for encrypted communication. Whether you are on a business trip or working at home, you can use VPN to access intranet resources as long as you can access the Internet. You can also use VPN to speed up access to websites in other countries.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  2. Click VPN, and click add or import.
  3. Select the VPN protocol type, and enter the name, gateway, account, password and other information. (Importing VPN will automatically fill in information)
  4. Click Save, the system will try to connect VPN network automatically.
  5. You can export the VPN settings to backup or share with other users.

notesNotes: If you don't want to use the VPN as the default routing, but only want it to take effect on specific network resources, switch on Only applied in corresponding resources.

System Proxy

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  2. Click System Proxy.
  • Click None and Save to disable the proxy.
  • Click Manual and input the address and port of proxy servers.
  • Click Auto and input a URL to configure the proxy info.

Application Proxy

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  2. Click Application Proxy.
  3. Select a proxy type, and fill in the IP address, port, etc.
  4. Click Save to save the proxy settings.

notesNotes: After being configured, run Launcher, right-click any application's icon and check Use a proxy, and then the application will be opened by proxy.

Network Info

You can view MAC, IP address, gateway and other network info in network details.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click network_normal.
  2. Click Network Details.
  3. View the network info of the current network.

Sound Settings

Set your speaker and microphone properly to make you hear more comfortable and make clearer recordings.

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Output

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click sound_normal.

  2. Click Output to:

    • Select output device type from the dropdown list after Output Device.

    • Drag the slider to adjust output volume and left/right balance.

    • Switch on Volume Boost, the volume could be adjustable from 0~150% (the former range is 0~100%).

Input

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click sound_normal.
  2. Click Input to:
    • Select input device type from the dropdown list after Input Device.
    • Adjust input volume by dragging the slider.
    • You can enable Automatic Noise Suppression by clicking the button after “Automatic Noise Suppression”.

tipsTips: Usually, you need to turn up the input volume to make sure that you can hear the sound of the sound source, but the volume should not be too high, because it will cause distortion of the sound. Here is how to set input volume: Speak to your microphone at a normal volume and view “Input Level”. If the indicator changes obviously according to the volume, then the input volume is at a proper level.

System Sound Effects

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click sound_normal.
  2. Click Sound Effects, check the options you want to switch on the sound when the corresponding event occurs.

tipsTips: Click to listen to the sound effect.

Date and Time

Set your timezone properly to have correct date and time. You can also change them manually.

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Change Timezone

You have selected the timezone during system installation and do as follows to change it.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click time.
  2. Click Timezone List.
  3. Click Change System Timezone and select a timezone by searching or clicking on the map.
  4. Click Confirm.

Add Timezone

Add another timezone to see the date and time there.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click time.
  2. Click Timezone List.
  3. Click add, select a timezone by searching or clicking on the map.
  4. Click Add.

Delete Timezone

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click time.
  2. Click Timezone List.
  3. Click Edit after “Timezone List”.
  4. Click delete to remove the timezone.

Change Date and Time

Note that the auto-sync function will be disabled after changing date and time manually.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click time.
  2. Click Time Settings.
    • Switch on/off Auto Sync.
    • Enter the correct date and time.
  3. Click Confirm.

Set Time Format

Setting the format of time and date is supported.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click time.
  2. Click Time Format to set the first day of week, long date, short date, long time, and short time.

Power Management

Power management helps you to improve system safety.

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Time to Suspend

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click power_normal.
  2. Click Plugged In.
  3. Set the time to suspend.

Time to Lock Screen

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click power_normal.
  2. Click Plugged In.
  3. Set the time to lock screen.

Power button settings

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click power_normal.
  2. Click Plugged In.
  3. You can select Shut down, Suspend, Hibernate, Turn off the monitor, Do nothing from the drop-down list after When pressing the power button.

Any operation done here will take effect immediately. At the same time, the system will notify the user that the power button setting is changed.

Mouse

Mouse is common computer input device. Using the mouse, you can make the operation easier and faster.

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General Settings

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click mouse_touchpad_normal.
  2. Click General.
  3. Switch on Left Hand, and adjust Scrolling Speed, Double-click Speed.

notesNotes: If “Left Hand” is enabled, left-click and right-click of the mouse exchange.

Mouse

After inserting or connecting the mouse, make relevant settings in the Control Center to make it more in line with your usage habits.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click mouse_touchpad_normal.
  2. Click Mouse.
  3. Adjust Pointer Speed, which helps you to control the speed at which the pointer moves as the mouse moves.
  4. Switch on Natural Scrolling/Mouse Acceleration if you want.

notesNotes:

  • Turn on the mouse acceleration to improve the accuracy of the pointer. The moving distance of the mouse pointer on the screen will increase according to the acceleration of the moving speed. It can be turned on or off according to the usage.
  • If Natural Scrolling is enabled, when you scroll down, the page will scroll down, when you scroll up, the page will scroll up as well.

Keyboard and Language

Set keyboard properties and select your keyboard layout to keep your typing habit. You can also adjust the keyboard layout according to the country and language, change system language, and customize shortcuts here.

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Keyboard Properties

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click General.
  3. Adjust Repeat Delay/Repeat Rate.
  4. Click “Test here” and hold down a key to test the repeat rate.
  5. Switch on Numeric Keypad and Caps Lock Prompt if you want.

Keyboard Layout

Set the keyboard layout to customize the keyboard for the current language. When you press a key on the keyboard, the keyboard layout controls which characters are displayed on the screen. After changing the keyboard layout, the characters on the screen may not match the characters on the keyboard keys.

You have set a keyboard layout during system installation, but you can add more for other purposes.

layout

Add Keyboard Layout
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Keyboard Layout.
  3. Click add. Click a keyboard layout to add it.
Delete Keyboard Layout
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Keyboard Layout.
  3. Click Edit.
  4. Click delete to delete keyboard layout.
Switch Keyboard Layout
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Keyboard Layout.
  3. Click the layout you want to switch to.
  4. After successful switching, the layout will be marked with a check.

tipsTips: You can also select one or more shortcuts to switch the keyboard layouts in order. Select Applies to to make the keyboard layout after switching be applied to the whole system or current application.

System Language

The system language is the language you selected when you installed the system by default, which can be changed at any time.

Add System Language

Add multiple languages into the list to change language conveniently.

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click System Language.
  3. Click add to enter the language list.
  4. Select the language you want, and it will be added into system language list automatically.
Change System Language
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click System Language.
  3. Select the language you want to switch to, and the language package will be installed automatically.
  4. After being successfully installed, log out and log in again to view the changes.

attentionAttention: The keyboard layout may also be changed in the process of switching the system language. Please make sure that you select a correct keyboard layout to enter the login password.

Shortcuts

The shortcut list includes all shortcuts in the system. View, modify and customize the shortcuts here as you want.

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View Shortcuts
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Shortcuts.
  3. You can search or view the default shortcuts for system, window and workspace.
Modify Shortcuts
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Shortcuts.
  3. Click the shortcut you want to modify.
  4. Press new shortcut to change it.

tipsTips: To disable a shortcut, please press Backspace on the keyboard. To cancel modifying, press Esc or click Restore Defaults at the bottom.

Customize Shortcuts
  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click keyboard_normal.
  2. Click Shortcuts.
  3. Click add.
  4. Enter the name, command and shortcut.
  5. Click Add.
  6. After being successfully added, click Edit.
  7. Click delete to delete the custom shortcut.

tipsTips: *To change the shortcut, click it and press a new shortcut to change it directly. To edit the name and command of the custom shortcut, click *Edit ** > edit near the shortcut name to enter the shortcut settings.

System Info

You can view system version, authorization info, hardware info, and the agreements here.

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About This PC

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click system_info_normal.
  2. Under About This PC, you can view system version, authorization and hardware information.
  3. If the system has not been activated, click Activate to activate the system.

Edition License

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click system_info_normal.
  2. View the system edition license under Edition License.

End User License Agreement

  1. On the homepage of Control Center, click system_info_normal.
  2. View the End User License Agreement under End User License Agreement.

Keyboard Interaction

You can use the keyboard to switch between various interface areas, select objects and perform operations.

Key Function
Tab Switch between different areas or dialog buttons.
Up Down Left Right Used to select different objects in the same area. Press Right to enter the lower menu and Left to return to the upper menu. PressUpand Down to switch between up and down.
Enter Execute the selected operation.
Space Preview the selected object in File Manager; start and pause the playback in Music and Movie; expand the drop-down options in the drop-down list (The enter key is also available.).
Ctrl + M Open the right-click menu.
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