Reset Linux Desktop To Default Settings With A Single Command

Reset Linux Desktop

13 Responses

  1. Edwin Arteaga says:

    It’s working. Thanks.

  2. huckleberry582 says:

    This worked for me after I borked my panels all up in Ubuntu Mate 17.10. Thanks for the help.

  3. Mathias says:

    result :
    [email protected]:/home/matt# dconf reset -f /
    error: The connection is closed

  4. Mark says:

    Worked for me in Mint Mate 18.3. Much obliged!

  5. Joseph says:

    Shouldn’t this be titled “Reset your Ubuntu desktop” rather than “Linux Desktop”?

  6. siobhan says:

    thanks for this. accidetally messed up my windows whilst tweaking with a mac style appearance. this command got me back to the default zorin appearance.

  7. Dave says:

    Did not work for me with Debian Wheezy. 🙁

  8. Travis says:

    works for me Linux 19 mate Tara I’ve spent almost a week trying to get panels back to a site I can read the bottom of the page. Thank You

  9. rosiedog18 says:

    worked for me on linux mint 17.3 cinnamon

  10. Yan says:

    Does not work in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

  11. JosMat says:

    Worked perfectly Linux Mint 19.1. Thanks for the tip!

  12. V says:

    Thanks I screwed up my linux mint mate 19 tessa desktop really bad.
    No panel items only a desktop background.
    This command really helped me!

  13. Breeze says:

    Works great on Solus4 Mate!

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