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Best alternative Linux desktops: 5 reviewed and rated
The desktop on your Linux box used to stand for something very simple. If you were a KDE user, you valued control, power and the ability to customise. In rough terms, if you used Gnome you wanted the desktop to get out of the way so you could get on with using your computer. If you used anything else, such as Xfce, LXDE or TekWM, you were running an ancient machine that would struggle with either of the big two of KDE and Gnome.
|No mention of E17?
||Jan 29, 2013 6:38 AM
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