Head_on_a_Stick wrote:... absolutely spot on.
Head_on_a_Stick wrote:I think GNOME is great, I love the way they tuck all the configuration away out of sight (much preferrable to KDE's "wall of knobs" IMO) and I think the design paradigm is absolutely spot on.
PhilGil wrote:I like Gnome Shell a lot. For me, it's lack of configurability is almost a virtue as I'm not constantly messing with it like I've done with every other DE I've used.
Segfault wrote:I have been running plain OpenBox for years and I do not feel I miss anything. My applications are easy to start, what else I need? What is the advantage of a bloated DE is a big mystery for me. What can KDE or Gnome do for me I already do not have?
Innovate wrote:Is that applied to these gnome applications gparted, gedit as well?
or Just a bloated DE? that you're stayed away from.
Even gparted official iso used fluxbox wm.
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