Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 24th Jan 2007 18:41 UTC, submitted by Michael
Xfce Here is an article that reviews the new features found in Xfce 4.4. Provides in details new features found in Thunar, new applets like Orage, and new abliities like built in compositing and ability to add desktop icons. Screenshots galore as well.
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by alucinor on Wed 24th Jan 2007 19:07 UTC
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what's a good example of a major additional feature that gnome has which xfce doesn't? i think i may be switching from gnome to xfce soon.

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RE: features
by DrCurl on Wed 24th Jan 2007 19:24 in reply to "features"
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I know that it is not perfect but gnome has VFS. Another thing that I would like to see is a launcher/searcher applet like deskbar in XFCE, or maybe just a popup launcher like Quicksilver in OS X. I use deskbar mainly to launch apps in Gnome.

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by spectator on Wed 24th Jan 2007 19:59 in reply to "RE: features"
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In Xfce4.4 there is xfapplet, which allows adding gnome panel applets to the xfce panel. Thanks to it you can easily add the deskbar-applet.

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RE[2]: features
by situation on Thu 25th Jan 2007 06:24 in reply to "RE: features"
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Haven't used Quicksilver, but fyi xfce has a built in app launcher called 'xfrun4'. It's a popup, remembers your old entries, etc.

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