Re: KDE Question
For those wanting to "lighten up" the gnome desktop, alt+f2,
gconf-editor, ctrl+f the following:
animation (disable all that come up)
The difference between xfce and gnome, for me is negligible, and
losing a decent screensaver, gdm and powermanager not worth it. Once
you install gnome-screensaver, you may as well just install gnome as
it pulls in about 60% of the core components anyway. For those who
want a light-de, LXDE is taking over from XFCE.
On the other hand, when Jack Bauer visited Tony at his home to ask for
help, his computer was running XFCE. So it's got some "cool" factor.