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Visit 🤍 for a 100$ credit on your new Linode account We're going to take a look at the last major desktop environment that I have never really touched, and that's XFCE. This is the first video in a series that will cover the desktop, the default apps, and the customization options. I don't know much about it, I never used it more than a few minutes to record a few images, so I'm going in fresh. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 I decided to go for the Fedora XFCE spin, because it was the easiest to install out of the available options. It's pretty much vanilla apart from the theme, which I had to revert to the default "Greybird" from XFCE. XFCE aims to be fast and use few resources. ## The desktop Let's start with the desktop, then. You have a top bar, and a dock with some shortcuts. The top bar has an applications menu, a task list with all your open windows, a virtual desktop switcher, with 4 virtual desktops by default, the notification tray, followed by the date and time, and a user/system menu. The dock only has a "show desktop" icon, and launchers for a few apps. Now, all these elements work fine: both the top bar and the dock are panels, that you can really tweak to your liking. The applications menu is a simple list of categories, with drop down menus. You get some favorites on top, which I couldn't find a way to change, and then the categories, including the settings. The task list is pretty simple: it only shows your currently open apps, and lets you minimize them by clicking on their title, or restore them by clicking again. The virtual desktop switcher is really simple, showing an outline of the app windows opened on each desktop, and letting you switch in one click. The notification tray works as you'd expect, showing indicators, and icons for apps that integrate there. The default indicators are for the network, audio, power manager, and notifications. They are all really basic and simple. The date and time applet just displays a calendar, and the user menu lets you log out, shut down, or switch users. Now, the desktop itself hosts some default icons, and you can use it as you might be used to, to store some files, shortcuts, or mix both. Right clicking on the desktop shows a little context menu, with some quick options: to change how things look, and sort your desktop icons, or create folders and documents. It also lets you quickly start any application you want. XFCE also comes with a bunch of default keyboard shortcuts to make things a bit faster. The "old school" feel permeates the whole desktop in general: the look of the menus, of the applets, how you use and interact with panels, it all screams GNOME 2 to me, and that's not necessarily a bad thing: personally, I prefer more modern looking stuff, but for people who want to use their linux desktop like it was back in the old days, it's definitely a great choice. It also helps in terms of resource usage. Out of the box, on a clean launch, XFCE used less than 1 GB of RAM, out of 16, and CPU usage was constantly at 0%. ## Settings The settings are exploded into small configuration panels that you can access through the "settings" category of the applications menu, or with a right click on the desktop. There is also a main hub that regroups all these settings. I quite like that approach of not hiding everything behind one application, although I found the way GNOME 2 did it a bit better: having a dedicated settings menu in the panel made them easier to access, with one less sub menu to enter. Out of the box, you can change the theme, the icons, and the fonts, and the cursor theme, which is nice, but XFCE can go a lot deeper than this: you have a host of options to tweak how your window manager will work, including options to handle transparency and shadows of the windows, their placement on screen, or the modifier key you want to use to move them. You also have fractional scaling in the display settings, and tons of options to make your panels look and feel like what you want to use. They even ship panel profiles that let you change between various default layouts, including a mac os-like one with a dock that serves as the task list as well, a GNOME 2 layout for the nostalgic ones, or a Windows 7 like layout with a bar on the bottom and nothing on the top edge of the screen.
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Before we dive into the differences between Xfce and GNOME, let's understand what a desktop environment is. A desktop environment provides you with a graphical user interface, complete with icons, toolbars, and widgets, just like you'd find in Windows. This makes navigating your Linux desktop a breeze, whether you prefer using a mouse or keyboard. #linux #gnome #xfce #gnomevsxfce #desktop #desktopenvironment
In this video I show you how to install Chicago 95 theme for XFCE 4 on all GNU/Linux distributions. Chicago 95 is a Windows 95 like theme, which transforms the aesthetic of your desktop to that of one used in the mid 90's. Throw in a CRT monitor, a 56k modem with a dial up connection, and some 90's fashion and you've essentially entered a time machine ;) Download Chicago 95 theme 🤍 You can install it with the install.py script, or follow the steps below create a themes and icons folder in your home directory clone the github repo into your home rolder create a themes and icons folder in your home directory mkdir -p ~/.themes mkdir -p ~/.icons copy the theme and icon files into place cp -r Chicago95/Theme/Chicago95/ .themes/ cp -r Chicago95/Icons/* ~/.icons. Then follow the steps in the video to change your XFCE settings to apply the theme, you may have to re log for all these settings to take effect. Subscribe to my YouTube channel 🤍 and be sure to click that notification bell so you know when new videos are released. ₿💰💵💲Help Support the Channel by Donating Crypto💲💵💰₿ Bitcoin 3MMKHXPQrGHEsmdHaAGD59FWhKFGeUsAxV Ethereum 0xeA4DA3F9BAb091Eb86921CA6E41712438f4E5079 Litecoin MBfrxLJMuw26hbVi2MjCVDFkkExz8rYvUF Dash Xh9PXPEy5RoLJgFDGYCDjrbXdjshMaYerz Zcash t1aWtU5SBpxuUWBSwDKy4gTkT2T1ZwtFvrr Chainlink 0x0f7f21D267d2C9dbae17fd8c20012eFEA3678F14 Bitcoin Cash qz2st00dtu9e79zrq5wshsgaxsjw299n7c69th8ryp Etherum Classic 0xeA641e59913960f578ad39A6B4d02051A5556BfC USD Coin 0x0B045f743A693b225630862a3464B52fefE79FdB
Use awesome Linux servers and get a 100$ credit on your new Linode account: 🤍 For as long as I've used Linux, I've heard, and thought, that XFCE was a "bad looking desktop". While my first contact with it didn't really change my mind, it's time to take a look at how to change its look and feel, and hopefully get rid of that preconceived notion. We'll start with a few examples of changes applied to XFCE by some distros, and then we'll try to build our own look and feel. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 The Linux Experiment merch: get your goodies there! 🤍 Ok, so let's start with something that's really close to the default: Xubuntu. Xubuntu doesn't change much from the default XFCE layout: they keep the top bar mostly intact, and they remove the bottom panel with its quick launchers. They swapped out the default XFCE Menu for something people have been recommending quite a lot: the Whisker menu. When you right click it, you get access to a LOT of options to really make it your own: you can display apps as icons instead of lists, elect to show the "generic app names". On top of that, the whisker menu lets you change where the category list is displayed, where the search field goes, and a lot more. Apart from that, Xubuntu doesn't change much: the default theme is Greybird, and the default icons are the elementary XFCE ones. For a good close to vanilla XFCE experience Xubuntu seems perfect, but that's not what we're looking for here. Let's move on to Linux Mint. Mint tweaks their XFCE implementation to look and feel exactly like Cinnamon, their main desktop, and it's quite nice. They basically move the top panel to the bottom, in a more windows-like layout, and they also use the whisker menu, which apparently you can resize. Mint also got rid of that second panel that default XFCE ships, to integrate its features in the main one, namely the quick launchers. The rest of the layout is pretty much bog standard, with the window list, and the system tray applets. In terms of look and feel, Mint brings its own green appearance, with the Mint-Y, or Minty GTK theme and icons, and going over to the Ubuntu fonts instead of the Noto family. Still, that's a simple customization effort, it's basically a new theme for everything, and flipping the top panel to the bottom. We can go further than that. ## Pick and choose This is Enso OS, and honestly, if you had told me it was based on XFCE, I just wouldn't have believed you initially. The layout is nice: you have a dock, and a top panel with a global menu. On top of that, you get the regular system tray applets, but with a better calendar than the default. The bottom panel isn't an XFCE panel at all, it's the Plank dock, aligned to the left of the screen. It hosts an application launcher that looks pretty cool and can be invoked with the "super" key, a "multitasking" icon that opens the multitasking view that elementary OS users will be familiar with, and there are also some quick launch shortcuts. Speaking of elementary OS, Enso OS uses their window manager, which means that you also get animations when minimizing, maximizing, and tiling windows. It looks pretty good. Enso OS also changes the theme for their own, the icons using the "Paper" theme, and uses the Ubuntu fonts, and the Breeze cursor theme that KDE Plasma created. ## My own results So, I moved the panel to the left. I added Whisker menu, and configured it to be pretty much just an applications list: I only use the menu as a search engine, and as such I don't need fancy icons or categories, just a nice list of apps. Then it's a separator in expanded mode, and pretty much the standard notification applets, clock, and logout menu. On the bottom left, I used Plank, the dock elementary OS uses, because it's fast, it's super simple, and it handles window management. I decided to go without a border around icons, and to group everything on the left, to make mouse operations easier. The theme I used is called Qogir, for the GTK theme, the window borders and the icons, I think it looks quite good, and I already use it as a backup theme for GTK apps on my KDE desktop. I moved all window buttons to the left, except for the maximize one, because I like trying new stuff out, and I changed the font to Inter, because it's a lot more professional looking than Noto in my opinion.
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Comparison of the best lightweight Linux desktop environments. XFCE and LXDE/LXQt amazing environments and in the video, I will cover many of the differences from general appearance, specifications, to toolkits. XFCE: 1ghz single-core processor, 512MB of ram LXQt: 1ghz single-core processor, 256MB of ram 🤍 🤍 On the LXDE blog, they benchmarked XFCE and LXQt as well as a few other desktop environments. Their results showed that on average LXQt will use slightly less ram than XFCE. If you have a system with less than one or two gigabytes of ram these results may be a strong consideration for you. However, it is important to point out that these differences can vary widely depending on the distribution these are installed on. 🤍 Toolkits provide the overall system to look and feel. They provide the buttons, toolbars, sliders, and menus when you are using various applications. Developers use toolkits because instead of having to code all of these they let them take care of the work allowing them to focus on the core functionality of an application. We will deep dive more into toolkits in a future video, but for now, the most important thing you need to know is that most applications and desktop environments use GTK+. 🤍 In this video, I used two different variants of the Ubuntu Linux distribution. lubuntu for the LXQt environment and Xubuntu for the Xfce variant. Some of the best lightweight linux distros of 2020.
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Download Safing's Portmaster for FREE and take control of your network traffic: 🤍 It's time we pushed forwards in our exploration of XFCE, this time, we're going to look at the default applications that this desktop ships, and reflect a little bit on their approach, that is really different from other desktop environments. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 The Linux Experiment merch: get your goodies there! 🤍 ## File Manager Probably the most important app on a desktop is a good file manager. XFCE ships with Thunar, which is probably some kind of old Norse word to say Thor, the god of thunder, since the app's icon is a hammer. Thunar is simple on the surface, kinda looking like Pantheon's file manager if somebody had grafted a menubar to it. It supports tabs, of course, lets you edit the location directly instead of using a weird keyboard shortcut to do so, and lets you use a breadcrumb style pathbar if you want to. The sidebar is your average fare, listing places, devices, and network, but you can switch that to a tree view if that's what you prefer. View modes are pretty limited though, as you can only get an icon view, and a list view, or a more compact list view called "compact". In terms of options, Thunar is pretty complete: you can move to single click, tweak the icon sizes for the side pane, or open new windows in tabs instead, among a lot of other available tweaks. Thunar also comes with a bulk rename utility, which ships as a separate app instead of being directly implemented in the file manager, and it lets you, well, rename files in bulk. What did you expect? ## Terminal Next is the terminal. XFCE's one is named Terminal, and I can only applaud the lack of custom name. So, this app supports tabs, and lets you change how copy paste works, with direct copy, or using a dialog to inform you that pasting whatever command any idiot gives you on the internet, inside of your terminal, is a pretty bad idea. You can change the fonts, the default number of lines and columns, use a transparent background, change the colors, and even select what will be picked up when you double click on something, so you can even tailor what text you're going to select. Pretty cool. ## Image viewer XFCE uses an image viewer called Ristretto. Ristretto is competent, it's no photo library manager, so it doesn't have editing capabilities, but it will let you open any image blazingly fast, set it as your default wallpaper, although that didn't work in my tests, or set a slideshow. You also get a sidebar if you opened multiple images, and you can switch from one to the next easily, in short, it's a simple image viewer, nothing too special, and nothing lacking here. ## The Utilities XFCE also ships a bunch of utilities, although some of these might have been added by Fedora instead. I mentioned previously that there was no file search in the menu, and that's because you have a dedicated utility for that, called catfish. It doesn't seem to have a specific keyboard shortcut attributed to it though, but it is lightning fast, although its GTK 3 nature doesn't seem to accord itself too well with the default theme, with menus not reponsing like they should on hover. Yeah, I know, I'm nitpicking. You also get a basic task manager, with graphs for CPU and RAM usage, and a list of processes that you can kill without mercy. It has a nice tool to let you identify which process is linked to a certain window, though, and that's pretty cool, I'm not sure I've seen that on other task managers. Now there is also a really weird thing called XFDashboard, and I don't know if that's something XFCE ships by default or if that's something Fedora added, but it seems to be aiming to copy the GNOME 3 activities view. It feels like it's not ready yet, and I don't really know why XFCE would add that by default, as they have their own desktop metaphor that isn't GNOME, but hey, who am I to judge. You also get the usual screenshot tool, really simple, a very basic notepad, that looks like, well, microsoft's notepad, a calculator whose name will make you sound like you have the flu, and a dictionary. Finally, you also get XFBurn, which is a CD/DVD burner, and I won't spend too much time on this, because I don't have any CD or DVD drives that I could use to try that out.
This is the start of a series highlighting 4 different desktop environments for desktop Linux. This first episode is about the Xfce desktop environment. It's lightweight, full featured, and configurable. I used both Linux Mint Xfce edition and Xerolinux Xfce edition. They are both great options just different approaches to using this desktop environment.
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Unlock the full potential of your XFCE desktop environment with this comprehensive tutorial! In this video, we guide you through the process of customizing XFCE to create a unique and visually stunning desktop. Learn how to add themes and icons from xfce-look.org, modify the window manager to optimize your workflow, and enhance your desktop with a collection of beautiful backgrounds. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced user, this tutorial will empower you to personalize your XFCE environment like a pro! 🤍 What I used in the video. McOS-MJV-Dark-XFCE-Edition: 🤍 Icons - McMojave-circle: 🤍 I found this theme to look better after recording the video: Mc-OS CTLina XFCE: 🤍 Please enjoy the video and if you have any questions, leave a comment down below. My goal is to expand the Linux community. Linux Operating System | Beginners Crash Course - 3 Hours 🤍 Rocky Linux by CIQ: 🤍 Remember to Like, Share, and Subscribe if you enjoyed the video! Also, if you are interested in more Linux content, please consider becoming a channel member so I can continue to produce great content! ✔️RECOMMENDED LINUX BOOKLIST - Linux Pocket Guide: Essential Commands: 🤍 CompTIA Linux+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide: Exam XK0-004 🤍 101 Labs - CompTIA Linux+ 🤍 How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know 🤍 Linux Bible 🤍 ✔️SOCIAL NETWORKS - KeepItTechie: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 CashApp: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 #XFCE #CustomizeDesktop #XFCECustomization #DesktopThemes #WindowManager
Welcome to our latest video on MX Linux 23 Xfce Edition customization! In this video, we'll explore the final results of our customizations on this fantastic open-source Linux distribution. MX Linux 23 is known for its stability and user-friendliness, and we've taken it a step further by personalizing it to our preferences. Support Linuxscoop on 🤍 🔗 DOWNLOAD Resource Files: 🤍 Documentation : 🤍 Default wallpaper: 🤍 🎞️ VIDEO Final Result: 🤍 Video Tutorial: 🤍 Additional Setups: 🤍 More About Customizing Linux Desktop ⏯️ Cinnamon Desktop Customization 🤍 ⏯️ KDE Plasma Customization 🤍 ⏯️ GNOME Shell Customization 🤍 ⏯️ Xfce Desktop Customization 🤍 STAY connected to our Social Media: Telegram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 📩 Business inquiry: linuxscoops🤍gmail.com
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Get started on #Linode today with $100 in Free Credit: 🤍 This video shows you how to customize kali linux Xfce with a different layout. This customizes using the latest kali Linux with Xfce desktop 4.16 series. You can apply this customize on most popular linux distributions with Xfce as the default desktop, such as Fedora Xfce Spin, Xubuntu, Manjaro Xfce, Arch Linux with Xfce, Gentoo with Xfce, Feren OS Xfce Edition, Void Xfce and OpenSUSE with Xfce Desktop. DOWNLOAD RESOURCE FILE: 🤍 DOCUMENTATIONS: 🤍 Inspired from Original Source : 🤍 CHAPTERS OF THIS VIDEO 00:00 – Opening 00:08 - Introduction 00:41 - Thanks to Linode for Sponsoring this video 01:33 - Final Result 02:57 - Download resources 04:04 – Initial setup 04:59 – Installing themes, icons, cursors, and fonts 07:22 – Installing kvantum themes 08:09 – Change theme, icons, cusrsors, fonts and wallpaper 10:53 – Configure lightdm login manager 12:43 – Instaling and configuring picom window compositor 15:44 – Configure xfce4-panel and install the dock-like plugin 21:24 – Installing and configuring the eww widget 24:21 – installing and configuring findex search launcher 26:20 – Installing and configuring i3lock-color 27:42 – Customize neofetch system information More About Customizing Linux Desktop ⏯️ Cinnamon Desktop Customization 🤍 ⏯️ KDE Plasma Customization 🤍 ⏯️ GNOME Shell Customization 🤍 ⏯️ Xfce Desktop Customization 🤍 STAY connected to our Social Media: Subscribe 🤍linuxscoop for more.. Telegram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 📩 Business inquiry: linuxscoops🤍gmail.com #KaliLinux #Linux #Xfce #OpenSource
Today I talk about how to integrate i3 window manager into XFCE. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Discord - 🤍 Odysee - 🤍 TILvids - 🤍 Mastodon- 🤍 🤍 The Website 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Intro Courteys of - 🤍 Special Thanks to Our Patrons! 🤍 Referenced Instructions on how to do this on Debian/Ubuntu based distros - 🤍 Time Stamps 0:04 Intro 1:35 Installing i3 Dependencies 4:04 Default i3 Config 6:02 Replace XFWM with i3 8:22 Reboot 9:51 Setup Nitrogen/Wallpaper 11:34 i3 Workspaces in XFCE4 Panel 12:53 Remove XFCE Keybinds IMPORTANT! 14:08 XFCE + i3 15:59 Wrapping Up #tutorial #linux #thelinuxcast
XFCE used to be one of the major Linux desktop environments but over time it's faded into more and more obscurity but it's not dead yet and a Wayland version is in the works. Support The Channel ► $100 Linode Credit: 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Paypal: 🤍 ► Liberapay: 🤍 ► Amazon USA: 🤍 Resources Phoronix Article: 🤍 XFCE Roadmap: 🤍 Wayland Roadmap: 🤍 XFWay: 🤍 Wayland Devel Mailing List: 🤍 XFWM4-Wayland: 🤍 =Video Platforms 🎥 Odysee: 🤍 🎥 Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Gaming: 🤍 Social Media 🎤 Discord: 🤍 🎤 Matrix Space: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🌐 Mastodon: 🤍 🖥️ GitHub: 🤍 Credits 🎨 Channel Art: Profile Picture: 🤍 #Linux #XFCE #Wayland #OpenSource #FOSS 🎵 Ending music Music from 🤍 "Basic Implosion" by Kevin MacLeod (🤍) License: CC BY (🤍 DISCLOSURE: Wherever possible I use referral links, which means if you click one of the links in this video or description and make a purchase I may receive a small commission or other compensation.
Hey everyone! Welcome back to our channel. Today, we've got an exciting lineup for you. We're diving into the world of Linux and exploring the top 10 distributions optimized for the Xfce desktop environment. So, whether you're a beginner or a seasoned Linux pro, there's something here for everyone. Let's get started!. 1. Debian With XFCE: 🤍 2. Linux Mint XFCE : 🤍 3. MX Linux: 🤍 4. Fedora Xfce Edition: 🤍 5. Xubuntu: 🤍 6. EndeavourOS: 🤍 7. Linux Lite: 🤍 8. Manjaro Xfce: 🤍 9. Peppermint OS: 🤍 10. Kali Linux: 🤍 #linux #linuxdistro #debian #xfce #linuxmint #mxlinux #fedora #xubuntu #endeavour #linuxlite #manjarolinux #peppermintos #kali #bestlinuxdistro
Manjaro is one of the most popular Linux Distro. It has 3 editions GNOME, KDE, and XFCE. In this video will check the RAM comparison Between Manjaro 22.0 GNOME, KDE and XFCE Editions. Download Link: Manjaro: 🤍 #linux #xfce #gnome #kde #arch #archbased #manjaro #kdeplasma
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The XFCE is one of the lightweight desktop environments for X Windows systems. This desktop environment can run on low CPU resources while giving the best performance. It is also preferred due to its simplicity and ease of use. This video will share the ways that will help you How to customize your Xfce Desktop to look better. This customizes uses Endeavour OS with Xfce 4.16 series. You can apply this customize on most popular linux distributions with Xfce desktop 4.16 as the default desktop, such as Manjaro Linux Xfce Edition, Arch Linux with Xfce desktop, Debian with Xfce Desktop, Gentoo with Xfce Desktop, Feren OS Xfce Edition, Fedora Spin Xfce edition and OpenSUSE Leap With Xfce edition, MX Linux Xfce edition, Arco Linux Xfce edition, Linux Mint Xfce Edition. DOWNLOAD RESOURCE FILE: 🤍 Download Whiskermenu Transparent Mode dark/light: 🤍 CHAPTERS OF THIS VIDEO 00:00 - Intro 00:10 - Final Result 01:44 - Initial Setup 03:54 - Install Theme and Icon packs, Font and Cursors 07:34 - Apply Theme and Icon packs, Font and Cursors 09:41 - Install and Configure Ulauncher 11:44 - Configure Xfce4-panel 15:42 - Install and Configure Conky Lua 19:01 - Install and Configure Glava 20:51 - Install and Configure Picom More About Customizing Linux Desktop ⏯️ KDE Plasma Customization 🤍 ⏯️ GNOME Shell Customization 🤍 ⏯️ Xfce Desktop Customization 🤍 ⏯️ Cinnamon Desktop Customization 🤍 STAY connected to our Social Media: Telegram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 📩 Business inquiry: linuxscoops🤍gmail.com
This video goes over how to customize XFCE and do a complete XFCE Customization. Here is some great links I used in the creation of this video and terminal commands I used: How to Guides: 🤍 | 🤍 🤍 🤍 Themes: 🤍 Install Yay / pamac $ sudo pacman -S git $ git clone 🤍 $ cd yay $ makepkg -si $ yay -Syu $ yay -S pamac-aur Pamac installs: Whisker - XFCE Applications Menu Replacement Docky - Dock options alacarte - Extra menu features mugshot - Contact Details on Menu Support My Work - ►► Get Updates, Launch Announcements and More ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Fitness ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!
Today I talk about my final thoughts on XFCE and 5 things it could do better. Nothing major, as XFCE is pretty dang good. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Discord - 🤍 Odysee - 🤍 TILvids - 🤍 Mastodon- 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Special Thanks to Our Patrons! 🤍 Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:44 Settings Revamp 2:55 Whisker By Default 4:11 A Better Default Look and Feel 5:32 Fractional Scaling 6:25 Better Multi-Monitor Support 7:41 Conclusions #xfce #linux #thelinuxcast
One of the most important decisions you will make during the process of switching to Linux is which desktop environment to use. This will also help you choose a distribution. In this video, I'll show four popular desktop environments. *Time Codes*: 04:22 - GNOME 10:06 - Plasma 14:36 - xfce 17:45 - Cinnamon 📖 Check out Jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition. Covers Ubuntu 22.04! ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Get $100 toward your own cloud server with Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 💬 Official LearnLinux.tv Community: ➡️ 🤍 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 #LearnLinuxTV #Linux
Today I talk about my favorite features of XFCE so far. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Discord - 🤍 Odysee - 🤍 Mastodon- 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Special Thanks to Our Patrons! 🤍 Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 1:46 fast 2:46 Built-in Clipboard manager 4:02 Roll Up 6:01 Xfce-panel 8:49 config files 10:53 Conclusions #xfce #linux #thelinuxcast
Here we talk about Linux Mint XFCE 21.2 and the new features in the distro. #linuxmint #xfce #linux 00:00 - New Features 06:02 - XFCE Updates 07:37 - Booting Mint XFCE / Colors 09:15 - Other Welcome Screen Items 11:30 - Panel Settings 14:30 - Preinstalled Software Links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 - Support Switched to Linux! 👥 locals: 🤍 👕 Merch: 🤍 🛒 Amazon: 🤍 💰 Support: 🤍 🛒 Affiliates: 🤍 👥 Multichannel Support: 🤍 💰 🤍 💰 🤍 - Social Media: 🐦 Twitter: 🤍switchedtolinux 🐸 Gab: 🤍switchedtolinux 💡 Minds: 🤍switchedtolinux Reddit: /r/switchedtolinux Mastodon: 🤍 - We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Debian — это дистрибутив Linux, появившийся в 1993 году и созданный Яном Мёрдоком, который назвал его в честь себя и своей супруги Дебры Линн — "Deb" и "ian". Debian 12 с кодовым именем "Bookworm" вышла 10 июня 2023 года и будет поддерживаться в течение 5 лет. В данном случае, мы будем рассматривать Debian 12 с графической оболочкой Xfce. В данной версии, Xfce была обновлена до версии 4.18. Что нового в Debian 12: 🤍 Скачать Debian 12 Xfce: 1. NetInstall: 1.1. amd64 — 🤍 1.2. i386 — 🤍 2. LiveCD: 🤍 Официальный сайт блога: 🤍 ВКонтакте: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Канал YouTube проекта DmitryVista про Xubuntu: 🤍 Группа ВКонтакте проекта DmitryVista про Xubuntu: 🤍
XFCE es un escritorio clásico, estable y muy popular entre los Linuxeros. Luego de 2 largos años lanzan su nueva versión 4.18 y decidí probarla con la distribución Nutyx. Links: 🤍 🤍 Grupo de Telegram: 🤍 Canal de Loc-OS: 🤍 #xfce #linux #nutyx