Red Hat Linux 7.1: The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started Guide
Chapter 3. The KDE Desktop Environment
When you first start KDE, you'll see file folders on your desktop. Among the more important folders are Templates and Autostart (see Figure 3-3).
To open a folder, single-click on it with your left mouse button.
You can drag and drop applications to the Autostart folder and they will start automatically each time you begin a KDE session.
In the Templates folder, you'll find basic file types that you can drag onto your desktop or into other folders and customize to suit your needs (see Figure 3-4).
Available templates include:
Ftpurl Creates a link to FTP sites. (FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, a method of transferring files over the Internet or other networks.) Single-click on the link to access the site.
Mime Type Creates a link to an application or text file. (MIME means Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions; they're used to describe different data so that the operating system knows how to work with it when that data is selected.) You won't need this template often, since many MIME types are already available with KDE.
Program Creates a link to start a program.
URL Creates a link to a favorite website, like a detachable bookmark.
To use these templates, left-click on your chosen template and drag it to your desktop or into another folder. You can then customize it with the appropriate name and information (right-click, select Properties, and change fields as you choose).
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