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#1 2014-01-09 16:46:41

tarkatronic
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Registered: 2014-01-09
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Hello from sunny Crewe

Hi all

My name is Michael and I'm in sunny Crewe, Cheshire UK. I have a little unix and linux experience - I'm on debian at the moment and had massive issues getting to like either gnome 3 or kde 4 - I've settled on Xfce ! it's ruddy brilliant .... smile it does everything I exactly want! any hoo be gentle with me.

Mike

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#2 2014-01-10 16:41:29

Paulw2U
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Registered: 2011-03-21
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Re: Hello from sunny Crewe

tarkatronic wrote:

Hi all

My name is Michael and I'm in sunny Crewe, Cheshire UK. I have a little unix and linux experience - I'm on debian at the moment and had massive issues getting to like either gnome 3 or kde 4 - I've settled on Xfce ! it's ruddy brilliant .... smile it does everything I exactly want! any hoo be gentle with me.

Hi there from a rather gloomy South Gloucestershire smile

Having multiple desktops available is one of the many advantages of Linux.

Personally, I'm a KDE user on hardware that will support it. Otherwise, I will always use Xfce (Xubuntu) on hardware that is either getting a little old or was never built to run some of the more resource hungry desktop environments.


Xubuntu Saucy Salamander 13.10 / Xfce 4.10 on a Samsung N130 netbook

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