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1.  Administering the Oracle Solaris Desktop

2.  Managing User Preferences With GConf

3.  Customizing Menus

4.  Installing Themes

5.  Customizing Fonts

6.  Working With MIME Types

7.  Managing Screensavers

8.  Managing Sessions

9.  Overview of the Yelp Help Browser

10.  Improving the Performance of the Oracle Solaris Desktop System

Reducing CPU Usage

Using Theme Options

Turning Off the Display of Icons in Menus

Turning Off Panel Animation

Using a Solid Color for the Desktop Background

Improving File Manager Performance

Turning Off the Side Pane

Turning Off the Toolbar

Turning Off the Location Bar

Locking the Desktop Background and Hiding Desktop Icons

Using the Appropriate Window Manager

Reducing X Window System Network Traffic

Reducing Color Usage and Improving Display Quality

11.  Disabling Features in the Oracle Solaris Desktop System

12.  Working With the X Window System

A.  Hidden Directories



Chapter 10

Improving the Performance of the Oracle Solaris Desktop System

This chapter describes how to improve the performance of the Oracle Solaris Desktop system.

This chapter lists several preferences whose settings can be changed to improve the performance of the Oracle Solaris Desktop system. You can use the gconftool-2 command to set values for user preferences. The example commands in this chapter show how to set values in the user configuration source.

For information about the gconftool-2 command and the options that are available with the command, see Chapter 2, Managing User Preferences With GConf.

For information about optimizing the desktop environment, see Optimizing the Oracle Solaris Desktop for a Multi-User Environment.

This chapter includes the following information: