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    "secret" alt commands

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    Hi all. Thanks to this forum I discovered that you can press alt + lglg to access some system log thingy that can be erased to speed up things. Anyone knows other useful or interesting key combinations?

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    Re: "secret" alt commands

    alt+enter = lock

    (From zoe_h in another thread)

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    Re: "secret" alt commands

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    Here is another: alt + nmll will toggle between signal bars and a negative number expressing signal strenght. Interesting, but might not work with the theme you use.

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    Re: "secret" alt commands

    alt+cap+del = reboot
    alt+cap+H = system info
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    Re: "secret" alt commands

    Quote Originally Posted by asdf12321
    Hi all. Thanks to this forum I discovered that you can press alt + lglg to access some system log thingy that can be erased to speed up things. Anyone knows other useful or interesting key combinations?
    what exactly does this do when you pull it up?

    thanks in advance.

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    Re: "secret" alt commands

    it's a debugging log, or event log.
    Tracks all system activity for service and debugging purposes. Nothing any end user would ever need, and it takes up system memory, so clearing it as often as you can is great for a quick speed boost.
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