Description of problem:Have no button to shutdown my PC
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: every time I boot
Steps to Reproduce:
1. click on username at top rigth
2. have no button to shutdown
Actual results: can't shutdown without using a terminal
Expected results:have a button to shutdown in 2 click maximum
Click your name on the top bar, then hold down the Alt key. The Suspend option will change to Power Off. Select this to shut down or restart.
More Gnome 3 tips:
Or select Switch User or Log Out
Then on the new log in screen click on upper right hand corner power on/off icon for a drop down menu with "Suspend, Restart or Shut Down" selections. Select one of them.
[To let other users use your computer, you can either log out, or leave yourself logged in and just switch users. If you just switch users, all of your applications will continue running, and everything will be where you left it when you log back in.]
This is very obscure. I had to research how to shut down my PC because after several years of computer, programming and Linux experience I was not able to guess how the interfaces wants me to shut down.
Please, do you know where I can vote for changing this behaviour to a normal "Shutdown" menu entry?
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