"Most GNU/Linux users choose GNOME or KDE for desktops without
thinking. However, many alternatives exist, ranging from minimalist
graphic environments in window managers like IceWM to entire
alternative desktops, such as ROX. Of these alternatives the
best-known and most polished is Xfce. Now at version 4.4, Xfce
resembles a stripped-down version of GNOME, with carefully selected
customization options and utilities, as well as a few thoughtful
features of its own.
"As detailed on the download page, Xfce is available in many
distributions. In fact, a growing number of distributions,
including Xbuntu, Dream Linux, and Zenwalk use Xfce by
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