Synonyms for lxde or Related words with lxde

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Examples of "lxde"
Remasters of PCLinuxOS, featuring the Xfce (Phoenix), LXDE (PCLinuxOS-LXDE), and Gnome (PCLinuxOS-Gnome) desktops were also made available.
The lightweight Desktop Environment LXDE was announced at COSCUP 2006.
LXDE uses rolling releases for the individual components (or group of components with coupled dependencies). The default window manager used is Openbox, but a third-party window manager may be configured to be used with LXDE, such as Fluxbox, IceWM or Xfwm. LXDE includes GPL-licensed code as well as LGPL-licensed code.
The memory consumption of Razor-qt is slightly above the one of LXDE using 114 MB in a reviewer's test while LXDE used 108 MB in a user test.
Lubuntu ( ) is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu but using the LXDE desktop environment in place of Ubuntu's Unity shell and GNOME desktop. LXDE is touted as being "lighter, less resource hungry and more energy-efficient".
The name "Lubuntu" is a portmanteau of "LXDE" and "Ubuntu". LXDE stands for "Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment", while the word "Ubuntu" means "humanity towards others" in the Zulu and Xhosa languages.
Unlike other major desktop environments such as GNOME, the components of LXDE have few dependencies and are not tightly integrated. Instead, they can be installed independently of each other or LXDE itself.
Four versions are available for install: Standard, NBR (standard with Ubuntu Netbook Edition), Base and LXDE.
Porteus 3 is available in five desktop versions: LXDE, KDE4, Razor-qt, MATE and Xfce.
Older releases, now obsolete, included editions that featured GNOME, LXDE, and Fluxbox desktop environments by default.
Please note there are various desktop editions including Gnome 3,Gnome Sugar,KDE,LXDE,XFCE.
Note that Razor-qt has become LXQt, a port of LXDE to the Qt framework.
After LXDE developer Hong Jen Yee ported PCManFM to Qt in early 2013, he and other interested developers discussed a potential collaboration with LXDE, another open-source desktop environment with similar software design goals. On 21 July 2013, A representative of the Razor-qt project announced that Razor-qt would merge with LXQt, the Qt port of LXDE. The first release of the new product, LXQt v0.7.0, was made public on 2014-05-07.
LXDE is the default desktop environment of Knoppix, Lubuntu, LXLE Linux and Peppermint Linux OS among other distributions.
All Images of "Kanotix-Dragonfire" and "Kanotix-Spitfire" were also available as LXDE versions in 32 and 64 bit.
The desktop environment is Xfce with Cairo-Dock. LXDE is also included and can be optionally installed.
LXDE and Xfce are sometimes recommended for use with older PCs that may have less memory and processing power available.
QVD can support any Linux Desktop that runs on top of X11 (GNOME, KDE, Xfce, LXDE, etc.).
The release also features just small bug fixes, updated LXDE components and updated artwork, particularly the wallpaper.
Window management as of version 6.0.2 is handled by the Xfce Desktop Environment. Previous versions used the LXDE Desktop Environment.