How to Configure the Screen Locking Shortcut in KDE

By Birtchum Thompson | March 12, 2020

This tutorial demonstrates how to configure the screen locking shortcut in KDE Plasma.

KDE Plasma offers an incredible array of customization options, which is one of the reasons why it is my favorite Linux desktop environment. However, it is often difficult to locate where a specific option is when it needs changed. The screen locking shortcut option is no exception so this guide will serve as a quick reference when needed.

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