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<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 04/07/2015 03:21 PM, Richard Barmann
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On 04/07/2015 11:22 AM, Bruce Marshall wrote:
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I have used XFCE for many years and find it a very nice
desktop, powerful without being overwhelming. I would use it
more if it were able to do all of the things that Plasma does
natively. (updates are a PITA)
What is missing for you in XFCE? I just came back to it after
a 5 year use of KDE. I had to quit XFCE when Kmail wouldn't
run on it.... but then Kmail became problematic so I switched
to T-bird. Now I am back on XFCE and find it very useable.
Dick Barmann Wrote:
I am sending this from Thunderbird in the XFEC and it is working
at this time.I want to thank everyone for thier time and
knowledge helping me this past week. I would be lost without all
of you. Is xefc just another version of Ubuntu? I know I was a
pain because of my limited knowledge but when I was turned on to
Linux I never wanted to go back to Windows. Thanks again and
Bless you all.
<font size="+1"><font face="Arial">Glad it's working for you!!!
XFCE (you spelled it wrong) is a light-weight "window manager"
without the glitz of KDE but it runs all the applications that
Takes a lot less horsepower than KDE, especially with Plasma,
and should do a good job for you.<br>
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