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I tested the new Linux Mint Xfce on an old Acer notebook (Intel Pentium Dual Core T2390, 2 GB RAM). A few moments into the booting process…and you can already see the familiar, default Mint desktop. I noticed an issue with the appearance of desktop icons; apparently, this is a bug which was present before, but hasn’t been resolved. Wireless works out of the box and all partitions are mounted automatically. Everything looks clear, neat and polished, and the system itself feels very fast and lightweight. My favourite feature is the right-click menu which is perfectly responsive and comes with a bunch of options.
However, the real treasure of Mint 13 Xfce lies in a seemingly ordinary, simple feature - the desktop panel. This plain element of your desktop can be easily transformed into an efficient dock, which you can customize either via Menu>Settings>Panel, or by simply right-clicking and selecting Panel>Panel Preferences. Here you can quickly and easily adjust all panel details or add a new toolbar.
I say it without exaggeration - this is one of the best distributions I’ve used so far. The simplicity and incredible customizability of Xfce is combined with the best MATE components. The final product has the potential to influence development of both environments, to open up possibilities for cooperation and finally, to bring the two desktop environments together.
"There exists a conventional wisdom that Linux viruses are non-existent entities. For most Linux users this might be surprising that Linux viruses do exist! Though not in wild, and they are so less in number (when compared to counterpart OSs) that they can be counted on fingers! The post introduces to some popular Linux viruses detected to date on Linux systems to enlighten you with realistic facts so that you can even improve your security!"
"So, when you use Linux Mint KDE you don’t lose any functionality and get the most out of your powerful desktop. In my personal opinion openSUSE has one of the best KDE implementation along with KDE centric distros. If Linux Mint can move more distro specific controls and settings in the ‘System Settings’ such as Software Manager, Repo management, it will enhance the user experience. System Settings will be one shop to take complete control of your Linux Mint system.
I think Linux Mint’s primary goal is to offer a great distribution to KDE users, without interfering much, without coming between KDE and its users. I commend Linux Mint for doing so and doing it so well.”
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“Getting Started with Ubuntu 12.04 is a free, open source licensed, 143 page guide for Ubuntu beginners that makes everything very easy to understand by using clear, step by step instructions and many screenshots.”