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Linux Mint 12’s Three Desktops

[ Thanks to Steven J.
Vaughan-Nichols
for this link. ]

“Like any Linux you can, of course, switch it to your own choice
of desktop. Many, indeed, offer users a choice of desktops. Mint,
for example, while primarily a GNOME-based distribution, also
offers its users a version that uses the LXDE desktop for its
interface.

“By and large, though, Mint is best known GNOME-based desktop
Linux. In particular, its most recent claim to fame that while
Ubuntu has moved on to its controversial Unity interface, Mint
stuck with the older and well-liked GNOME 2.32 interface… until
now.”


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