"CrunchEEE also has an "EEE Control Center"-like applet
by default in the system tray that lets you quickly enable/disable
the wireless, ethernet, bluetooth, and cpu scaling functions. One
of my favorite things to do in distributions is to set up a bunch
of customized shortcut key combinations to quickly launch things
like an xterm session, firefox, or a mail client. OpenBox has
shortcuts to edit all of its config files in the right-click menu
by default which made doing this very easy. CrunchEEE auto-launches
Conky with a basic config file to give you some basic system
statistics, which I found nice. I'm a relatively new Conky user,
but I've found it to be easily customizable and I have found many
user-provided configurations that I like as well."
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