Debian Changes Default Desktop From GNOME To XFCE

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Published on: August 8, 2012

Debian Changes Default Desktop From GNOME To XFCE


An anonymous reader writes “The default desktop within Debian 7.0 ‘Wheezy’ has changed from GNOME to Xfce. GNOME, KDE, & LXDE will continue to be available, yet the decision was made to default to Xfce. The reported reasoning comes down to size constraints in fitting GNOME on a single CD.”


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