了解 elementary OS，如何在窗口与工作区之间切换，以及更多。
elementary OS 桌面包括两个元素：菜单和任务栏。你可以通过次要点击桌面来更改壁纸——鼠标右键，或者两指双击触摸板。你还可以在系统设置 → 桌面来更改桌面的外观和行为。
要通过键盘打开应用菜单，按下 ⌘ 空格 。
你可以在 系统设置 → 桌面 → 程序坞与菜单栏 里面个性化程序坞的大小与动作。
An app's window buttons are at the top corners of the app window: close at the left and maximize (if supported by the app) at the right. Closing a window will close that app; it can be re-opened from the Applications Menu or Dock. Maximizing a window resizes it to take up most of the desktop while retaining your access to the Panel and Dock.
You can also drag a window to the top of the desktop or double-click its header bar to maximize, and drag from the top or double-click the header bar to unmaximize.
Most app windows can be resized by draging from any edge of the window. You can also secondary-click a window's header bar and choose Resize or press AltF8 to enter a resize mode: move the mouse cursor in the direction you want to resize the window.
elementary OS uses both windows and workspaces for multitasking.
App windows can overlap on your desktop and be moved around. You can switch between open windows several ways:
By default, app windows open on your current workspace. However, you can use multiple workspaces to organize your workflow:
To move left or right through your workspaces, press ⌘← or ⌘→ or swipe with three fingers on a touchpad or touch screen.
Jump straight to a specific workspace by pressing ⌘1 through ⌘9. You can always jump to a new workspace with ⌘0.
Move windows between workspaces by dragging them in the Multitasking View or by pressing ⌘Alt← or →.
Customize these shortcuts through System Settings → Keyboard → Shortcuts → Workspaces.
Some windows may also fullscreen onto a new workspace. You can move between workspaces as usual, and closing or un-fullscreening the app will return you to the previous workspace.
The Multitasking View shows all open windows and workspaces so you can switch between them. To open it, select the Multitasking View icon in the dock, press ⌘↓, or swipe up with three fingers on a touchpad or touch screen.
elementary OS supports multi-touch gestures on supported hardware like touchpads and touch screens. By default, a three-finger swipe left or right switches workspaces while a three-finger swipe up enters the Multitasking View.
Modify gestures from System Settings → Mouse & Touchpad → Gestures.
Hot Corners are shortcuts activated by placing your cursor in the corner of the primary display. You can configure Hot Corners to activate multitasking actions like the window overview, workspace overview, and more.
你可以通过 系统设置 → 桌面 → 多任务 来自定义触发角。
The Panel, Dock, and workspaces appear on the primary display. Any other attached displays act as standalone workspaces. To manage and rearrange displays, head to System Settings → Displays. Your primary display is marked with a filled-in star () and each display's settings can be changed from its menu.
elementary OS comes with AppCenter, the open, pay-what-you-can app store for indie developers. To install a new app:
Some third-party software may not be available from AppCenter, especially if it is cross-platform and not designed for elementary OS. You can sideload Flatpak apps from third-party sources like Flathub: download and open a
.flatpak file, and the Sideload utility will install it for you. Updates to that app and other apps from the same source may then show up as non-curated in AppCenter.
Keep in mind that sideloaded and non-curated apps have not been reviewed by elementary for security or privacy.
AppCenter includes updates for apps and the operating system itself under the Installed tab. Remember to install updates frequently to get the latest features, fixes, and security improvements. For more information related to security patches, read the Ubuntu security notices.
elementary OS comes with the System Settings app that helps you manage device settings and user preferences. System Settings enables you to adjust keyboard shortcuts, display resolution, your wallpaper, and more.
You can find specific settings by typing in the search bar at the top of the window.
Keep in mind that System Settings only deals with system-wide settings and user preferences for elementary OS. If an app offers settings or preferences, they will be exposed within the app itself.
Keyboard shortcuts in elementary OS are generally exposed contextually in tooltips when hovering or context menus when secondary-clicking.
To view an overlay of desktop keyboard shortcuts, press the ⌘ key.
Desktop keyboard shorcuts can be customized from the menu in the shortcuts overlay or in System Settings → Keyboard → Shortcuts.