"The new version of Xfce brings some significant improvements,
including rich support for session management and several new
configuration utilities. These enhancements demonstrate that Xfce
can provide the most important accoutrements of a modern desktop
environment without compromising its low-fat design goals. I tested
Xfce 4.6 on openSUSE 11.1 with the new packages from the build
service. For details about how to install the packages on openSUSE,
check out the blog entry by package maintainer Pavol Rusnak. So
far, it seems to be working pretty well and I haven't run into any
problems with it."
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