Difference between revisions of "How to reset your desktop layout to default"

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===Open the Terminal by going to System category in the SuperX Menu as shown below:===
 
===Open the Terminal by going to System category in the SuperX Menu as shown below:===
 
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==Resetting the Desktop layout==
 
==Resetting the Desktop layout==
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===In the System Settings, open the Global Theme module as shown below:===
 
===In the System Settings, open the Global Theme module as shown below:===
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=== Select the SuperX theme, then select the Use desktop layout from theme, and click Apply as shown below: ===
 
=== Select the SuperX theme, then select the Use desktop layout from theme, and click Apply as shown below: ===
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Now wait for the desktop to reload, this could take a few seconds depending upon your hardware.
 
Now wait for the desktop to reload, this could take a few seconds depending upon your hardware.

Revision as of 09:27, 4 August 2020

SuperX has a modular desktop interface (The KDE Plasma 5 desktop) that is very customisation with widgets and every user can customise the interface too his her choice.

However at times, we find that new users while experimenting with the new OS, manages to break the desktop in a manner that may not be easy for a new user to fix.

To address this issue, here we put forward some simple steps that can be used to reset the desktop to its original layout.

Open the Terminal

Click on the SuperX Menu

SuperX Menu Here.png

Open the Terminal by going to System category in the SuperX Menu as shown below:

SuperX Menu Terminal open.png

Resetting the Desktop layout

In the System Settings, open the Global Theme module as shown below:

Global Theme1.png

Select the SuperX theme, then select the Use desktop layout from theme, and click Apply as shown below:

Global Themes list.png

Now wait for the desktop to reload, this could take a few seconds depending upon your hardware.