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The Control Panel has 20 buttons that give you quick access to various system management tools. Image of previous version: http://tinycorelinux.com/images/tc2.4.1_030_cp.jpg

  1. Apps Audit - (need explanation here)
  2. Date/Time - shows the Datetool window that enables you to change the system date and time.
  3. Floppy Tool - shows the fdtool window that enables you to format floppy disks and read or write image files that contain all the data on a floppy disk.
  4. OnDemand - shows ondemand window. (what is this for?)
  5. TCE Update - flashes a window briefly (what is this for?)
  6. Backup/Restore - shows Filetool window. Enter a device name (example: ) (need more details here)
  7. Backgrounds - shows wallpaper window. Enables you to set the desktop background color and/or image.
  8. Netcardconfig - shows the Netcard Conf window that enables you to set your Ethernet card properties such as: IP address, gateway and DNS servers.
  9. Mouse Tool - shows the Mouse Tool window that enables you to set the speed and buttons of your mouse.
  10. USB Install - shows a window that enables you to setup TC on a USB pendrive and make it bootable.
  11. Mount Tool - shows a small window that has a button that you can click to choose a device to mount.
  12. Swapfile Tool - shows a window: Make tc,swap EXT2 Swapfile. Enables you to create a disk file for virtual memory.
  13. Select Mirror - shows the Select Download Mirror window. Enables you to choose a URL web address where apps and extensions may be downloaded from.
  14. System Stats - shows a window Tiny Core System Stats that enables you to view info about the system (click on buttons along the bottom)
  15. Run Command - shows a window “flrun” that allows you enter or select an app to run.
  16. Cron Daemon - toggles on/off (green light means on) the cron daemon (that runs programs at predetermined time intervals)
  17. DHCP Client - toggles on/off the DHCP client that automatically sets network TCP/IP settings.
  18. TFTP Server - toggles on/off TFTP server that handles FTP file transfer requests from the network.
  19. Xkill - (what does this do)
  20. Xvesa Setup - set your display resolution and mouse connection.