It can be hard to find the best desktop environment. Here are our recommendations for the best Desktop Environments for your particular use case.
XFCE is very customizable, and you can easily change the color of the panel. Here is how you can make the XFCE panel and terminal transparent.
In the hunt for the lightest Desktop Environments, we pitted LXDE vs. XFCE to see which of them is the better lightweight desktop environment.
Compton is a desktop compositor that can run on even low-end hardware. Learn how you can speed up your Linux desktop with Compton on Mate, Xfce and KDE.
Linux Mint has more than one flavor, including a lighter Xfce version. Check out our Linux Mint Xfce review to see how it fares against its big brother.
There are times when your Linux desktop will just freeze and stop responding to input. Here is how you can restart the frozen desktop without rebooting.
The Task Manager is one of the default tools in most operating systems. Here you’ll learn how to manage your running processes with XFCE task manager.
By default, Arch Linux doesn’t come with a desktop environment. Learn how to install the popular XFCE desktop environment on Arch.
There are numerous ways to spruce up the XFCE terminal. For those who want to tweak their terminal, here are five great XFCE terminal themes to check out.
Just because you are using XFCE doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. Looking to spice up the look of your XFCE desktop? There’re plenty of XFCE themes around.
Setting up a printer in Linux is not as difficult as you think. Most printer models are already supported by default. Learn how to set up a printer on your Linux desktop.
For those who are not fans of the Ubuntu unity desktop, there are several Ubuntu derivatives for specific purposes. How out how to pick the best one for you.
XFCE is a great desktop manager that is both lightweight and customizable. If you are tired of Gnome or KDE and are planning to switch to XFCE, this tutorial will show you how to customize the XFCE desktop.
If you’re using a lighter-weight desktop for your Linux machine, or you just want a dedicated application for viewing and interacting with your remote filesystems, Gigolo is the one for you.
With the past few releases, Ubuntu has been focusing more and more on their homegrown desktop Unity. Some people love it, but a lot of us don’t. Fortunately, as with all things Linux, there are many alternative options. For those of us who just can’t find a way to unite with Unity, here are 5 […]
You know all the web browsers, right? At least, all the REAL browsers. There’s Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, and of course Internet Explorer. It’s not likely any more little guys could join a game with players like that, right? If you were to try Midori, the WebKit-based GTK web browser for Linux and Windows, you […]