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Gnome control center is a front end to configuration applets (capplets) that lets you configure your GNOME desktop. It’s the same like YAST in openSUSE or Control Panel in Windows.
gnome-control-center2.png

You can run it through Run Application screen or enable it from ‘Main Menu’

Menu Available:

Personal

  • About Me

  • Assistive Technology Preference

  • Keyboard Accessibility

  • Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Preferred Application

  • Sessions

Look and Feel

  • Advanced Desktop Effects

  • Appearance

  • Main Menu

  • Screen Saver

  • Windows

Internet and Netwok

  • Network Proxy

  • Remote Desktop

Hardware

  • Default printer

  • Hardware information

  • Keyboard

  • Mouse

  • Printing

  • Screen Resolution

  • Screen and Graphics

  • Sound

System

  • Keyring Manager

  • Language Support

  • Login Window

  • Network

  • Network Tools

  • Power Management

  • Restricted Driver Manager

  • Services

  • Shared Folder

  • Software Sources

  • Synaptic Package Manager

  • System Log

  • System Monitor

  • Time and Date

  • Update Manager

  • User and Groups

Other

  • Bluetooth Preferences

  • Indexing Preferences

  • Kiba-Settings

  • Palm OS Devices

  • Removable Drives and Media Preferences

  • SCIM Input Method Setup

To open gnome-control-center from ‘Run Application screen’, press Alt+F2 and type ‘gnome-control-center‘.
gnome-control-center1.png

To enable it, Open System > Preferences > Main Menu.

From the Menus List, choose ‘Preferences’ and mark ‘Control center’ on the ‘Items List’.

The other way to open “Main Menu”. Press Alt+F2 and type “alacarte”.
gnome-control-center3.png

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