And so the end of GNOME begins
Posted Mar 2, 2011 11:27 UTC (Wed) by eru
In reply to: And so the end of GNOME begins
Parent article: An Early Look at GNOME 3.0 (Linux.com)
There is always XFCE if you want a conservative desktop with a "classic" feel. Too bad it always gets second billing in distributions. The distro-specific maintenance tools tend to be Gnome or KDE oriented, and the integration sometimes has rough edges. I have been using XFCE for around 2 years now as the default desktop on my work linux computer (after KDE), and it has worked quite well. XFCE has few frills, but does not get in the way of real work.
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