NiksaVel wrote:that's why I started this thread... I just can't decide
NiksaVel wrote:btw.... what's are the main differences between gnome and xfce...?
kanishka wrote:NiksaVel wrote:btw.... what's are the main differences between gnome and xfce...?
Uhhh there are many... But the main one is that XFCE is really, really faster than the other ones
No bloat, no nonsense, very very responsive.
One weakness: if you want to edit the menu (add/remove launchers), it's not intuitive. Not at all. And I hate that, or I probably be using XFCE all the time
Suffice to say, you should feel at home coming from either Gnome or KDE.
It's best if you try a live cd. I suggest you Zenwalk or Dreamlinux. Not Xubuntu, I think it doesn't do justice to XFCE strengths.
If I wanted to mess around with a stupid registry of some sort I'd be using Windoze right away Thanks but no thanks!900i wrote:You have the option in Gnome, if you know where to look, it's just not in the control panel apps where every control freak expects to find them
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