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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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A.5 Switching between Applications

Similar to the taskbar on Windows, the bottom panel in KDE lets you easily switch between open windows. Unlike Windows, KDE lets you set up multiple desktops where each one can run different programs. Switch between them with a single click.

HINT: Using Shortcut Keys

You can also use shortcut keys to switch between your multiple desktops and the applications running. Use the familiar Alt+Tab to switch between applications. With Ctrl+F1, Ctrl+F2, etc., switch between desktops.

Figure A-6 Windows Panel and KDE Panel

For more information about Konqueror as a file manager, see Configuring Desktop Objects.

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