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 ====== Xfce ====== ====== Xfce ======
  
-Xfce is a GTK+2 lightweight [[slackware:​desktop_environment|desktop environment]].Quoting the [[http://​www.xfce.org|official site]], Xfce "aims to be fast and low on system resources, while still being visually appealing and user friendly"​. While coming with a little less features than either [[slackware:​kde|KDE]] or Gnome, it contains a full range of lightweight applications for most of your needs. Having a smaller memory print and cpu usage makes it a good candidate for low-end workstations or for laptops, improving your battery life.+Xfce is a GTK+2 lightweight [[slackware:​desktop_environment|desktop environment]]. Quoting the [[http://​www.xfce.org|official site]], Xfce "aims to be fast and low on system resources, while still being visually appealing and user friendly"​. While coming with a little less features than either [[slackware:​kde|KDE]] or Gnome, it contains a full range of lightweight applications for most of your needs. Having a smaller memory print and cpu usage makes it a good candidate for low-end workstations or for laptops, improving your battery life.
  
 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
  
-Xfce is part of Slackware installation media. The soon-to-be-released ​Slackware 14 will come with the latest version, 4.10. During the installation process, please make sure that you select the Xfce package group. It gets a new package folder under /​slackware/​xfce. ​+Xfce is part of Slackware installation media. The latest stable release, ​Slackware 14, comes with the latest version ​of Xfce, 4.10. During the installation process, please make sure that you select the //Xfce// package group. It gets a new package folder under "''​/​slackware/​xfce''"​
  
 Adding Xfce to an existing installation is straightforward:​ Adding Xfce to an existing installation is straightforward:​
   darkstar~# slackpkg install xfce   darkstar~# slackpkg install xfce
  
-<​note>​To use full feature ​(power management, managing external devices such as USB key, ...) you have to be in the //plugdev// and the //power// groups. See [[slackbook:​users#​managing_users_and_groups|managing users page]].</​note>​+<​note>​To use full features ​(power management, managing external devices such as USB key, ...) you have to be in the //plugdev// and the //power// groups. See [[slackbook:​users#​managing_users_and_groups|managing users page]].</​note>​
 ===== Configuration ===== ===== Configuration =====
  

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