The interprocess communication protocol used in KDE. Short for Desktop Bus.
GNU/Linux®, FreeBSD and other systems that run X-Windows have multiple desktops. You can typically have four different desktops installed by default. Each desktop can display its own set of programs and files. When KDE first starts up, the desktop you see is Desktop 1. If you press Ctrl+F2, you will see Desktop 2. Pressing Ctrl+F1 will bring back Desktop 1.
A user-defined starting point for the session timers. A new session begins when you select → . Session data is not saved when you create a new session.
- Session Time
The time spent on the task since the session began.
- system tray
The system tray is in the bar that (by default) appears at the bottom of the screen. In this system tray the KTimetracker icon is on the far right.