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The KDE 4.3 System Settings - Part 3 - Computer Administration

Feb 08, 2010, 22:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Welcome to part 3 of our overview of the KDE 4.3 System Settings panel, the replacement for the old control panel of KDE 3.5. Today we're going to look at the Computer Administration master section. This will be a key area for those wanting to administer their own section. So sit back, pay attention, and enjoy.

"Date & Time

"The Date & Time section is almost spot on identical to the configuration you'd get if you were to right click on the clock in the system tray, and tell it to "Adjust Date & Time". In this window you can adjust, well, the date and time. I guess I can't say it really any simpler than that. You can also choose your time zone based on your location, and you can tell KDE to just set it for you automatically. That's what I do and it works best. Just be sure you have the right time zone set, or you could end up having your computer display a rather funny time.


"The Display section controls the more physical aspects of your display, such as resolution, multiple monitors and the like. It contains three sections: Size & Orientation, Power Control and Multiple Monitors."

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