Deepin OS uses its own desktop environment called DDE, which is designed to be visually appealing, smooth, and intuitive. It offers a macOS-like experience with a dock, launcher, and a system tray.
Let's go over the solution.
Check your OS
You can try one of the following approaches.
The command "lsb_release -a" is used to display information about the Linux Standard Base (LSB) and distribution-specific information of your Linux system.
The "lsb_release" command is useful for identifying the distribution and its version in a standardized manner, particularly if you are writing scripts or need to retrieve distribution information programmatically.
The output should be something like this
No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Deepin Description: Deepin 20.7.1 Release: 20.7.1 Codename: apricot
cat /etc/os-release is used to display the contents of the "/etc/os-release" file, which contains information about the operating system distribution.
The "/etc/os-release" file is commonly used by various system utilities and scripts to determine the distribution and retrieve specific information about the operating system.
In the terminal
Your output should be something like the following:
PRETTY_NAME="Deepin 20.7.1" NAME="Deepin" VERSION_ID="20.7.1" VERSION="20.7.1" VERSION_CODENAME="apricot" ID=Deepin HOME_URL="https://www.deepin.org/" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bbs.deepin.org/"
Right click on desktop and choose
Window Effect option.
As you can see, your
Window Effect is set to true.
Uncheck Window Effect
Just click on the
You've made it!
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