Fix your desktop shortcuts

Kiven of That Damn PC wrote about improving your desktop layout in Windows by reducing the number of mouse clicks you have. I also do the same thing on Linux. I put the icons of the apps I commonly use on Gnome panel.

Gnome panel is essentially what you see with the menu of the applications, the time and date, the virtual workspaces and stuff. More often than not, it’s on top of the screen by default.