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XFCE Makes Mint Even Fresher

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he latest incarnation of the XFCE desktop proves once again that when you delve into the wonders of the Linux OS, something old definitely becomes something new again.

The Linux Mint 13 team has released a specially flavored distro built around the latest version of the XFCE interface. This is not a bolted-on GUI (graphical user interface) loaded as an option at logon instead of running the Cinnamon or MATE or KDE desktops.

This latest XFCE Mint 13 distribution is a complete Linux distro unto itself.

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