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    best light wight desktop for newbies


    what would you say is the best light wight desktop experience i,e kde for newbies to linux?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gillibrand20 View Post
    what would you say is the best light wight desktop experience i,e kde for newbies to linux?
    if you cant spell 'white", I dont think there's a lot anyone can help you with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gillibrand20 View Post
    what would you say is the best light wight desktop experience i,e kde for newbies to linux?
    if you cant spell 'white", I dont think there's a lot anyone can help you with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by habit View Post
    if you cant spell 'white", I dont think there's a lot anyone can help you with.
    feckin auto correct its ment to be a light weight desktop experience that is noobie friendly i.e like kde but for older systems with limited resources

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    xfce will do the trick. Fast and easy to use. I have often used this to replace Windows machines for users and they have not required any instruction to use it.

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