Get to know Xfce in depth with your help

Many times we kill ourselves looking for information on the web when in reality we have it available on our computer, although in many cases, we need a translator 😀

We can find a lot of useful content in the Xfce forum or in Wiki, but if we want to know all the components of Xfce, how they work and some tricks, we open a browser and put:

file:///usr/share/doc/xfce4-utils/html/C/index.html

Of course, everything is in English but it includes images to better understand what is going on.


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  1.   Carlos-Xfce said

    Great. Thank you very much Elav for everything you share about Xfce. I hope that if you switch desktops in the future, don't stop sharing information about Xfce.

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      I think that future is not very close. At the rate we are going, Gnome won't be an option for me, and neither will KDE. So ... there will be Xfce for a while 😀

  2.   oleksis said

    To further clarify the issue, I invite you to the following survey: http://tt.desdelinux.net/index.php/main/poll/cf23fbd3-9c4a-41c4-b3ee-20a9e3372a85 (and so start up with XFCE 🙂

    Regards!

  3.   elbuengeorge said

    I recently tried Xubuntu 11.10 and after a little cat's hand I must say that I loved it, however, the performance at least in that distribution lacked resource consumption being very similar to Ubuntu 11.10 with Gnome-shell, so I opted to reinstall Ubuntu without more or more. I guess using Debian testing as a base should be a lot lighter. I haven't used Debian in a long time, so I couldn't be sure.

    By the way, they do a good job on this blog.

    1.    Carlos-Xfce said

      I have LMDE with Xfce and I fell in love. I'm looking forward to the next version of Xfce and its corresponding update in LMDE.

      1.    elav <° Linux said

        For the next version you will have to wait a few months. They say it will be released on January 15, 2012.