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When I'm switching between workspaces, I'd like the files that I have on the Desktop to change as well, so for example, I could have a "Entertainment" desktop with all ...
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    Completely SEPARATE desktops in Fedora 20 - how?


    When I'm switching between workspaces, I'd like the files that I have on the Desktop to change as well, so for example, I could have a "Entertainment" desktop with all my songs, and a "Coding" desktop with all my code files and so on. I'd also really like separate backgrounds as well, images that is.

    How do I do this in ANY of the desktops in Fedora 20? (Mate, Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE etc.)


    Thanks.

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    KDE supports this.

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    OK, so how do I turn it on? What setting is it?

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    They are called Activities and there is an icon with 3 dots next to the menu which lets you configure them.
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