Re: Debian on an old PC
* Vegard Lundby Rekaa <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005 Jan 05 16:50 -0600]:
> For the window-manager I had xfce in
> mind, which is as I have understood, the easiest to lern of the small
Disclaimer, I've barely used XFCE and then only from a Morphix CD. My
first impression was that XFCE would be very foreign to someone used to
Windows. I would recommend IceWM with simple thme like Nice or Blue
Curve for someone used to Windows. The hot-keys are largely the same
as is the look and fell although it can be themed wildly. It's also
quite light-weight and works well on a slower box.
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