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« Reply #15 on: March 05, 2014, 12:06:59 am »

Why XFCE beats KDE and GNOME

Over the years, I've spent the bulk of my time with the Linux desktop using either GNOME or KDE. Both environments have grown over the years and each desktop has continued to expand its current user base.

The sleeper desktop environment – which I didn’t even considered years ago – has been XFCE. I've found that XFCE offers more robustness than say, LXDE, which lacks much of XFCE's polish in its default configuration. XFCE provides all the benefits one may have enjoyed in GNOME 2, but with a lightweight experience that makes it a hit on older computers.

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« Reply #16 on: March 05, 2014, 08:37:44 am »

Love me some XFCE. It just feels like the perfect balance between aesthetics & stability. I've had far fewer hiccups with XFCE than any other desktop environment.


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