The desktop environment used in Tails is GNOME. This page describes some important features of the desktop in the context of Tails.

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No canto superior direito da tela há dois menus:

  • o menu Aplicações
  • o menu Locais

Menu de Aplicações

O menu Aplicações provê atalhos para os programas inclusos e para os utilitários de configuração do GNOME.

Help: to access the GNOME Desktop Help choose Utilities ▸ Help
Settings: to change various system settings such as keyboard, mouse and touchpad, or displays choose System Tools ▸ Settings

To learn about the many keyboard shortcuts in GNOME, open the Settings utility and choose Keyboard.

Seahorse: to manage your OpenPGP keys choose Utilities ▸ Passwords and Keys

Favorites submenu

In the Favorites submenu, a few shortcuts allow you to launch the most frequently used applications:

Tor Browser: navegue na World Wide Web
Veja a documentação correspondente
Thunderbird: email client
See the corresponding documentation
Pidgin: cliente de mensagens instantâneas
Veja a documentação correspondente
KeePassXC: password manager
See the corresponding documentation
Files: the Files manager
See the corresponding documentation

GNOME Terminal: use a linha de comando

Menu de Locais

The Places menu provides direct access to different folders and storage media.

Tor status and circuits

The Tor status icon and Onion Circuits allow you to view the status of Tor. See the corresponding documentation.

OpenPGP applet

Using the OpenPGP Applet you can encrypt and decrypt the clipboard using OpenPGP. See the corresponding documentation.

Universal access

The universal access menu allows you to activate the screen reader, screen keyboard, large text display, and other accessibility technologies. See the corresponding documentation.

Keyboard layouts

The keyboard layout menu allow you to change the keyboard layout and input method for non-Latin scripts.

System menu

In the top-right corner of the top navigation bar, the system menu allows you to manage your settings, connect to a Wi-Fi network, and restart your computer.

Networking

From the system menu, you can choose which Wi-Fi network to connect to.

See also the documentation on connecting to a network.

System settings

Click on the Settings button to edit your system settings.

These settings will not be saved when you restart Tails.

Screen locker

Click on the Lock Screen button to lock your screen with a password.

  • If you set up an administration password when starting Tails, you can unlock your screen with your administration password.

    Your screen will automatically lock after some time if you have set up an administration password. To disable this behavior, execute the following command:

    gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.screensaver lock-enabled false

  • Caso contrário, você poderá definir a senha para desbloquear sua tela quando for bloquear a tela pela primeira vez.

Suspend

Click on the Suspend button to suspend your computer.

While suspended, your computer is not computing anymore but is still powered on, like if it was standing still but still alive.

To resume from suspend and go back to the Tails desktop, push the power button of your computer.

If you remove your Tails USB stick while suspended, your computer will not shut down immediately and will only shut down when resuming.

An attacker with physical access to your computer and capable of finding your screen locker password or setting up a cold-boot attack can compromise your Tails while suspended.

For more security, shut down Tails entirely.

Restart

Click on the Restart button to restart your computer.

Shutdown

Click on the Power Off button to shut down your computer.

Activities overview

To access your windows and applications you can either:

  • Choose Applications ▸ Activities Overview.
  • Throw your mouse pointer to the top-left hot corner.
  • Press the windows key on your keyboard.

You can see your windows and applications in the overview. You can also start typing to search your applications, files, and folders.

Atalhos da Área de Trabalho

Documentação do Tails: abra uma cópia local do sítio web do Tails e sua documentação
Relate um erro: te ajuda a solucionar problemas do Tails
Lixo: local para onde os arquivos "apagados" são movidos

The Files browser

To open the Files browser, you can either:

  • Choose Applications ▸ Accessories ▸ Files.

  • Open one of the shortcuts from the Places menu.

To connect to a remote SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) server:

  1. Choose Other Locations in the sidebar of the Files browser.

  2. Specify an SFTP server in Connect to Server at the bottom of the right pane. For example:

    ssh://user@example.com/

  3. Click Connect.

Emptying the trash

  1. Open the Files browser.

  2. Click on the disk on which you want to empty the trash in the left pane to open it.

    To empty the trash of the persistent volume, open the Persistent folder.

  3. Click on the menu
toggle button in the title bar and choose Show Hidden Files.

  4. Delete the .Trash-1000 folder or similar.