"Xfce isn't for everyone, but for servers or minimal desktop
systems, it's just what the doctor ordered. Rather lightweight in
Window Manager terms--weighing in at around 63MB--Xfce arrives with
a full complement of applications from Abiword, gnumeric, and
pidgin to CD/DVD burning software (Brasero), Thunar File Manager,
and a host of administrative applications. For this article, I am
reviewing the Xfce Fedora Spin based on Fedora 8 and Xfce4.
"A Spin is a hip, new term for a Live CD image. All Fedora 8
Spins are available on the Fedora Spins Project Tracker page as
torrent downloads. If you don't have a bit torrent client, you can
pick up the software for any OS at The BitTorrent Website..."
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