Xfce takes home the award for "Favorite Linux Desktop Environment." Coming in second in our poll was KDE Plasma, followed by Gnome and Cinnamon.
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When Xfce 4.18 was released in December, many of the desktop environment's users might not have noticed many changes. That's because most of the changes were under the hood, and its popular file manager, Thunar, went through a major overhaul.
Eliminated in the first round of voting were Deepin Desktop Environment and Budgie, replaced by two popular window managers that received more write-in votes. Voting in the final round has already begun, and will remain open until 6 pm EST on Tuesday, February 21.
The Gnome desktop is an excellent choice for new users, although it offers a user experience that's a little different than the traditional desktop experience. This guide will demystify Gnome, which is essentially an easy-to-use desktop.
Have you voted yet in the first round of our Linux Desktop Poll? The winning Desktop Environment project will receive passes to this year's SCALE, All Things Open, plus t-shirts and hats.
KDE's Plasma desktop environment, once considered something of a resource hog, has more features than ever and is Linux's most configurable desktop, yet it's as easy on resources as relatively lightweight desktops such as Xfce..
Since Feburary is Linux Desktop Environment Month here at FOSS Force, we figured what better way to get the ball rolling than with a fun…
There are something like 300 Linux distributions. Thankfully, the list of Linux desktop environments is much shorter, but there are still plenty.
Our coverage of Linux desktop environments will include everything from "explainer" articles for those new to Linux, as well as articles for more experienced users. We'll also be conducting a two-part poll to determine which desktop environment our users prefer.
We wonder what the crew from the Enterprise would think of 21st century Earthlings giving up Gnome, KDE, or Xfice for the official desktop environment of Star Fleet.
McGovern will have been in the position well over five years by the time a replacement is found and put in place -- the longest tenure of any executive director in the organization's history.