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1. Getting Started > 1.9. Logging Out of KDE

Logging Out of KDE

When you’re done for the day, log out of Linux by clicking K Menu Logout or by right-clicking an empty area of the desktop and selecting Logout. Figure 1-12 shows you the logout screen.

The options for logging out of KDE
Figure 1-12. The options for logging out of KDE

The restart and turn off options are self-explanatory; selecting End Session logs you out of KDE and then logs you back in. This odd behavior occurs because Move has only the single user you created when you started it up. On a regular Linux system with more than one user account, this option presents you with a login box after KDE closes so you can select which user to log in as.


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