Why Does Linux Mint have so many "Desktops"?
After some searching I clicked on 300GB volume, Users, my username, then a file called Desktop. This has the same files as on my Windows Desktop. But it is not the opening wallpaper page that Windows calls Desktop.
The problem is there are several places in Linux Mint called Desktop. This makes saving files to the desktop confusing.
If I try to save in [my username], Desktop, that is not the same Desktop as the one I described above.
If I go to the opening page and click on Home, I can find my username then under that a Desktop, but that is not the same desktop where I kept my working files in Windows.
If I go to 300GB volume, Users, Public, Desktop, that is another Desktop with another set of files.
Does anyone know the logic for this?