I have seen several articles of this type on the net, where they show us the 10 Lighter distributions, Or the 10 Distributions with LXDE default, already my dear Desktop Environment (Xfce), some of them also pay a lot of attention to it. So I show you where we can find it by default.
Table of Contents
- 1 Xfce-based distributions
- 2 Live-CD distributions
- 3 Distributions with Support for Xfce
The spin of Fedora Xfce it is a live CD that is also installable that shows the desktop environment Xfce with a mix of high productivity applications. I haven't tried it, but coming from Fedora, It must be great.
Zenwalk [Recommended for older PCs]
Zenwalk is an operating system based on Slackware. The purpose of Zenwalk is to be light and fast with only one application per task combined with the desktop Xfce. Zenwalk has the latest technology Linuxalong with a comprehensive development environment and libraries to provide an ideal platform for application developers.
Dreamlinux [Recommended for Xfce Environments]
Dreamlinux is a modern and modular system GNU / Linux They can run directly on a CD / DVD / USB and can optionally install on a hard drive (IDE, SCSI, SATA, PATA and USB Drive). Personally I really like the aesthetics in the appearance of this distro.
VectorLinux [Recommended for older PCs]
Speed, Performance, Stability - these are the attributes it sets VectorLinux among Linux distributions. The creators of VectorLinux I had only one creed: keep it simple, keep it small and let the end user decide what their Operating system. What has evolved from this concept is perhaps the best little Linux operating system available anywhere.
Wolvix is a desk oriented to GNU / Linux based on Slackware. It has the desktop environment Xfce and a full selection of development, graphics, multimedia, network and office applications. It is primarily aimed at home users and strives to provide a balance between daily computing tasks, creativity, work, and fun.
Kate OS is a distribution GNU / Linux polish. It is a lightweight binary distribution with Xfce as the default desktop environment.
Salix is a Linux distribution based on Slackware which is simple, fast and easy to use. Salix is also fully compatible with Slackware, so users of Slackware can benefit from the repositories of Salix, which they can use as a source of "extra" quality software for their favorite distribution. Like a bonsai, Salix it is small, light and the product of infinite care.
SAM Linux Desktop is a LiveCD It contains a complete Linux desktop operating system. You don't have to install it on your hard drive, it runs entirely from your CD drive and RAM.
PureOSlight is a LiveCD based on Debian (Debian testing) for French speaking users. It is built with Linux-Live scripts from Tomas Matejicek (Slax).
Distributions with Support for Xfce
Debian [Recommended for Xfce Environments]
Debian is one of the most famous distributions, used as a base by many other distributions. It is known for its stability, its performance and the wide variety of applications available. He Debian Xfce group takes care of the Xfce integration into Debian to provide a pleasant user experience.
Easy to test. Easy to install. Easy to use. Xfce it is of course available, easy to install and configure.
OpenSUSE is a free Linux-based operating system for your PC, laptop or server. You can surf the Internet, manage your e-mails and photos, do office work, play videos or music and have a lot of fun!
Arch Linux [Recommended for Xfce Environments]
Arch Linux it is a simple, agile and light. Arch Linux requires a certain level of intimate knowledge of your setup and UNIX-like system methodology.
The official launch of the Slackware Linux is an advanced Linux operating system, designed with the dual objective of ease of use and stability of your highest priorities. Including the latest software, maintaining a sense of tradition, providing simplicity and ease of use along with flexibility and power, Slackware brings the best of all worlds to the table.
Gentoo is a special flavor of Linux that can be automatically optimized and customized for any application or need. Excellent performance, configurability, and a top-notch user and developer community are hallmarks of the experience. Gentoo.
Lunar Linux [Highly Recommended for Xfce Environments]
Lunar Linux is a source code based distribution. Although there is no native desktop environment for Lunar, it has excellent support for Xfce, mainly due to the fact that a couple of Xfce developers are also Lunar developers. Another notable point: all Xfce servers are running Lunar Linux!
The project OpenBSD also has support for Xfce.