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#1 2019-10-18 04:14:59

BenyaminL
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Registered: 2019-10-11
Posts: 4

Hello from Indonesia

Hello. I'm Benyamin. I'm an XFCE Enthusiast from Surabaya, Indonesia. This's maybe 8 years of me using XFCE on multiple linux distribution. First time I know XFCE from Xubuntu on 2011 but then I jump from Xubuntu to CentOS in 2019 and here I'm, still using XFCE on CentOS 7.7 on my thinkpad x240, an acient thinkpad. With XFCE running, I could code for about 10 hours on 6 cells battery (rear battery and internal battery), and 20 hours with 9 cell battery. It's awesome where as if I use GNOME, my thinkpad will only stand for 10 hours for 9 cells and 3-4 hours with GNOME Desktop.

I use TLP and Powertop on day to day while working on linux OS. Thanks for bringing XFCE to an extends it's very lean and powerful on day to day task smile I hope there's LTS 10 years of XFCE from CENTOS, but seems they only work on fedora spin with typical only 1 years.

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#2 2019-10-18 10:30:41

ToZ
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From: Canada
Registered: 2011-06-02
Posts: 5,969

Re: Hello from Indonesia

Hello and welcome to the forums.

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#3 2019-10-18 18:07:16

Aravisian
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Registered: 2019-08-17
Posts: 132

Re: Hello from Indonesia

BenyaminL wrote:

Hello. I'm Benyamin. I'm an XFCE Enthusiast from Surabaya, Indonesia. This's maybe 8 years of me using XFCE on multiple linux distribution. First time I know XFCE from Xubuntu on 2011 but then I jump from Xubuntu to CentOS in 2019 and here I'm, still using XFCE on CentOS 7.7 on my thinkpad x240, an acient thinkpad. With XFCE running, .

Once you go XFCE, you never go back. big_smile

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