My preference is to install the main release of a distro, then add DEs and/or WMs. I installed the main (GNOME) version of Isadora, then added Fluxbox. In Elyssa and Ubuntu Lucid, I installed the main versions and then added LXDE, but later went back and set up Openbox (which LXDE brings in) and used Openbox most of the time instead.
Both Fluxbox and Openbox are more fun for me to customize than LXDE is.
charlie01 wrote:It depends on how you like to use your computer,If you like to save things on your desktop,LXDE is the choice.
I always save things in my home folders,
That's a good point. I'm the same way, use the home directories but not ~/Desktop.