How To Adjust Session Control Options In Ubuntu
Jan 12, 2012, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Session control options in Ubuntu are perhaps one of the least
likely features that someone might tweak. However, this is not
because the options do not require tweaking, but rather the fact
that one seldom considers looking for convenience at such a micro
level. The session control options include everything from the log
out, restart, shutdown options, to the User Menu.
Some of these options can often result in confusion, and one can
end up repeatedly clicking on an incorrect option when performing
session related tasks. In such a case, it is best to simply remove
the options that you may not require, or might be better off
disabling confirmation prompts for an option (e.g., log out).