Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 29th Apr 2012 10:16 UTC, submitted by xerverius
Xfce "Today, after 1 year and 4 months of work, we are pleased to announce the release of the Xfce desktop 4.10, a new stable version that supersedes Xfce 4.8. In the 4.10 cycle we mainly focused on polishing the desktop and improving the user experience in various ways." A detailed overview of the changes compared to Xfce 4.8 and Xfce 4.10 preview releases can be found in the ChangeLogs. Xfce 4.10 will make its way to your distribution of choice, but of course, you can always download it and build it yourself.
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by pandronic on Sun 29th Apr 2012 15:39 UTC
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What would be a good distro to try XFCE 4.10?

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by tidux on Sun 29th Apr 2012 16:20 in reply to "Comment"
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Debian Testing or Unstable gets new Xfce releases really quickly - Mint Xfce is based on Debian Testing now for that reason.

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by tuma324 on Sun 29th Apr 2012 17:17 in reply to "Comment"
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What would be a good distro to try XFCE 4.10?

Arch Linux already has it.

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by orestes on Sun 29th Apr 2012 21:06 in reply to "Comment"
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Fedora's XFCE spins are usually pretty nice

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by FunkyELF on Mon 30th Apr 2012 17:05 in reply to "RE: Comment"
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Is the Xfce spin any different than running the Gnome based one and then installing Xfce on top of it?

I have done the latter and it feels like a 2nd class citizen. You almost have to log into Gnome, use it for a week or so, get everything setup configuration-wise, then start using Xfce.

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XFCE 4.10 on openSUSE
by sb56637 on Mon 30th Apr 2012 17:04 in reply to "Comment"
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I'm using this right now, works well.

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