Review of freshly installed Fedora 38 KDE Plasma Desktop part 2 – System Settings

SCREENSHOT 61) Contribute anonymous data for the KDE Plasma project.

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Personalization – Applications – User Feedback

SCREENSHOT 62) Network Manager controlled connections.

The IP information is in IPv4 and IPv6 tabs.

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Network – Connections – Wired

SCREENSHOT 63) Network-specific settings for the KDE Plasma and plasma applications.

Set a network proxy.

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Network – Settings – Proxy

SCREENSHOT 64) Timeout values, Global options, and FTP options.

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Network – Settings – Connection Preferences

SCREENSHOT 65) Trusted SSL certificates in the system.

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Network – Settings – SSL Preferences

SCREENSHOT 66) Cookies policy.

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Network – Settings – Cookies

SCREENSHOT 67) Default system configuration when opening a Windows Share.

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Network – Settings – Windows Shares

SCREENSHOT 68) Tuning the keyboard – num lock, delay, rate, and more.

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Hardware – Input Devices – Keyboard

SCREENSHOT 69) Keyboard layouts – the ability to write in different languages.

Switching policy of the layouts – changing the language may be per all applications – globally or per desktop, application, or even window. If set to Application when the user changes the language in one application and switches to some others, the previous language will be set. To enable adding additional language layouts check the “Configure layouts” and then click on the “+ Add” button.

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Hardware – Input Devices – Keyboard – Layouts

SCREENSHOT 70) Add additional language layout.

Navigate to the language you want to add and click “OK”.

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Hardware – Input Devices – Keyboard – Layouts – Add

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