Reboot not necessary. If you have it correct (and saved)... use CTRL-ALT-ESC to reload the desktop. If is turns all black, then do it again.
Its there and I deleted, thanks... Well, I know I will be looking at this thread again in the future... Whenever I do a reinstallment lol... Man is that much better now. Why wouldn't they just added into a setting insteadYes, double-click the Home folder on your desktop. The cinnamon folder to delete starts with a period, or dot (.)
If you don't see it now, you may need to hit CTRL-H to toggle hidden files/folders into view.
They did. You just did it! And if you do it a few times, you will go from start to finish in probably 30 seconds. It really wasn't hard.Why wouldn't they just added into a setting instead
True, so True ... and get this I'm using 3 system right at this moment, windows, Linux and I love my new toy Raspberry Pi4B model With the Linux Raspbian OS... all beside me, it gets a little confusing when your on one keyboard you meant to be on the other lolThey did. You just did it! And if you do it a few times, you will go from start to finish in probably 30 seconds. It really wasn't hard.
Not everything is going to be the way that you think it should be... or the way that it was with Windows. This is what frustrates new users sometimes. But wait, there's more! But you've probably been overwhelmed enough for your first week, so I'll save some for later.
Yep, it is. I got 2 of them one for the bedroom TV ... I think ist perfect for what I need it forRaspbian is a special editon of Debian... it's rock solid and works great on the Pi. I've got a 3B+ (I think) and although I don't use it much, it is indeed a cool little toy. I just fired it up the other day with the latest version of Raspbian, based on Debian 10.
No. I'm not into games. I just use a PC for movies/music and whatever I can find free on the internet like sports sites & movies ... If you like sports I got a cool free hd site for it and a simple watch live tv site as wellHave you tried any python programming? Or using the CPIO bus?
Wow, that sounds really cool but for me, that would be months if not a few years before I could ever grasp lol like you said not to much a little at a timePython isn't a game, not sure if you got that. It is supposed to be one of the easiest programming languages to use so you can create your own programs. You might even create your own clock for the Linux panel! I'm not a programmer myself though, but we have a few here on the forum. I've just started watching a tutorial on Python programming though, and I thought I might try to play with it a bit. I think that Python is built into the Raspberry Pi too.