How to Refresh Your Linux Desktop Without Rebooting


You’re probably using a desktop environment along with Linux. Whether it’s an extra lightweight one or more fully fledged, you’ll need one if you want to run graphical applications. Sure, you could try running everything in the terminal, but that’s just silly. But what happens when your desktop kicks up a fuss? The panels lock, glitch up, or decide not to respond? Shut down the computer? Okay, that’s actually a really good idea, but there are alternatives — and no, it doesn’t involve getting a new desktop. Instead, you can just refresh it. Why Refresh the Desktop? The thing about…

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