This manual introduces you to the GNOME graphical desktop environment as implemented in openSUSE®10.3 and shows you how to configure it to meet your personal needs and preferences. It also introduces you to several programs and services, including office programs such as OpenOffice.org, Web browsers, file managers, scanning tools, and image editing tools. It is intended for users who have some experience using a graphical desktop environment such as Macintosh*, Windows*, or other Linux* desktops.
This guide contains the following sections:
This guide is intended for users of the GNOME desktop.
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