Xfce is very slow
Stephane.Ascoet at ac-orleans-tours.fr
Thu Jan 30 14:38:00 CET 2014
> Xubuntu is very light, and is the best Xfce distro all around :
"Very"? I couldn't install it on any of my own personnal computers... However, Debian runs on them...
> - LTS releases
Debian stable is even more "long-term".
> - hundreds of software in the repositories
Dozen of thousands in Debian ones...
> The memory wasn't fully used, it was 65.3% free.
Yes, that's why I still wonder why it was swapping... I don't know how Helmut, nor how much he's technically aware, but personaly I
would create two XFS partitions, without swap.
> Windows comes with only one partition. The other partitions are recovery
> ones (and maybe an EFI boot partition), that are not used by Windows.
Lots of computers are furbished with two partitions, like "/" and "/home" under Posix systems.
> And there's always the option to use the advanced mode, which lets you
> use gparted.
Of course but I can't approve the way Ubuntu does things, on this subject and so many others.
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