Useto customize your GNOME desktop. Some of the settings you might want to change include the desktop background, screen saver, keyboard and mouse, sounds, and file associations. Start by clicking + then select the desktop settings to modify. In the individual modules, access help for the options by clicking . The system immediately adopts every change made in a configuration module.
The hardware settings configure your keyboard, mouse, printers, removable drives, and media and set your screen resolution.
Useto modify the autorepeat preferences for your keyboard and to configure typing break settings. Click the button to start the keyboard accessibility preference tool.
Useto configure your mouse for right-hand use or for left-hand use. You can also specify the speed and sensitivity of mouse movement.
You could use this module to install and configure printers. On a SUSE Linux system, these settings are best made with YaST as described in Section 2.4.4, “Printer”.
Use this module to set preferences for removable drives and media. These settings control automatic actions for devices and various media.