LXDE has my vote. On any older system I've used I've always put a slim
Debian and LXDE... super fast in my experiences, when XFCE or GNOME are
noticeably too CPU intensive.
On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 10:33 AM, El Evans <3l3vans@???> wrote:
> I like Xfce. It is easy to use for just about anybody, and if it's slower
> than openbox I hardly notice on my machine.
> The gnome 2 interface on this version of dyne was BARELY slower and it
> looks really good. I didn't notice any detriment in performance (when
> comparing it to my experience with Dyne II), except some applications were
> a little slower to load. I will bet that there are alot of "geeks" that are
> going to miss gnome2, maybe using it could attract more attention to
> Dynebolic III?
> On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 12:10 PM, Eric Gunther <a59303@???> wrote:
> > just my 2 cents but I like blackbox for slim power. Although I think
> > there
> > would likely have to be some *configuration and *tweaking.
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